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While birding last Saturday I saw this door, and cottage and had to stop

to take a photo.  I really like the shape of this door, and the color. Next to red doors, blue is one of my all time favorite colors for doors.

Nº 418 Thursday Doors

I love this roof line and 3 gables.

Nº 418 Thursday Doors

This is part of Norm 2.0’s Thursday Door’s. Click here to see all the doors posted this week.

Nikon Df| Nikkor 28-105mm| Hoodman STEEL Ultra High Speed Digital Film| PS CC 2015

More to come…

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18 Comments

  1. a pretty fancy cottage!! Lovely Deb!

  2. I can see why you stopped and captured this door. Lovely color.

  3. These are some of my favorite kinda houses, the brick with the gables, stone or gingerbread or cedar siding…love how quaint and friendly they feel. I love an arched doorway 🙂

    • Thanks for stopping by and leaving the comment Joey! I like brick, and stone work on houses too. This little cottage feels so homey to me.

  4. Lovely shade of blue! And I like the bench, too.

  5. I love the simplicity of the door and that’s a fabulous shade of blue, especially against the red brick.

  6. I like the shape AND the color. And that house is beautiful… 🙂

  7. Reblogged this on Jean Reinhardt and commented:
    It’s lovely and simple with a fabulous shade of blue that looks so well against the red brick.

  8. I love arched doors and I keep flitting between red and blue as my favorite colors. Right now, I’m going with blue. I really like the arched entrance on the side walk as well.

    • Thanks Dan! Red, blue, and glass are at the top of my list too, and depending on the door could be my favorite at the moment.
      I really liked the way they tied in another arched doorway to the house with the side one too.
      I also like how they kept the theme of brick going into the yard by adding the brick border around their walkway, and planter box. I think it so cute.


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