Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Door At #8

I can't resist a bright red door. There is something so inviting about them and oddly enough I don't have a red door myself!

17 comments:

llandudnopictures said...

Now that's a VERY bright welcome!

EG CameraGirl said...

I don't have a red door either and I also LOVE them. ;)

Linda said...

Wonderfully cheerful!

Sharon said...

I agree with you on the red door attraction. There really is something eye catching about a red door. In this case that big #8 is also pretty eye catching.

jennyfreckles said...

I could have written those words myself! Could almost have taken the photo, as there are plenty of red doors in Saltaire. So cheerful, a real 'welcome home'.

Deb said...

It has to be right for the house (it is here). I would love a yellow door but haven't got the right house, yet!

Lowell said...

I agree that they can be very attractive in the right setting. It's especially nice here up against that grey stone.

In the U.S. many Episcopal Churches (Anglican) have red doors. I'm sure there is a special meaning behind that practice, but I've never asked.

Jack said...

I an with you. I adore red doors. I even painted my house's door red one time, looked again the next day and repainted it back to the color it started with. It just wasn't right. But, there will be more doors in the future, I imagine . . .

Randy said...

I must agree, it is quite cheerful.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

When did you take this shot of my front door Pat, you should have come in for a cuppa!

Virginia said...

Whooo eeeee, I love a red door too!
V

Halcyon said...

Love it! I have always wanted a red door. :)

Kate said...

Give it a whirl, paint it and enjoy. But, unlike Jack keep it bright and cheerful!

ArtandArchitecture-SF.com said...

Funny, I don't have a red door either, but love to photograph them.

Chrissy Brand said...

Moi aussi!

William Kendall said...

Emphasis on the red!

Betsy said...

I like the bright red doors to and would love to paint mine red too.