Friday, December 4, 2009

Doesn’t this scream “Merry Christmas”….

...In a happy way?

door insp

I love it

New inspiration for our laundry room back door.

yep.

Photo: Country Living

25 comments:

Deborah said...

Perfection right there, plain and simple. LoVe it! ♥ Elfin Deb

somepinkflowers said...

ohoohoho...
this door
makes me smile miles wide!

see ------>

:-)

this looks like a door
i would want 2 walk through
and
then would
maybe expect 2 find
hot chocolate
waiting 4 me there.


here i come.........

erin said...

i LOVE IT too!!

Melissa said...

Totally! I love that wreath. I plan to do something like that this year. Just very simple with greens and some pine cones (because I have zero time for anything more elaborate!).

I dig the shade of red on that door.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love the pop of red! Simple and elegant!

anita said...

super cheerful - crisp - simple

i love this one!

Farmgirl Paints said...

It's me to a tee. Thanks for sharing:)

Kristy said...

love it too :O)

Zuniga Interiors Design Studio said...

Linda-

Love the door absolutely perfect for a laundry room or mud room! show us when your done installing it!

take care!

Michelle

Cobalt Violet said...

I LOVE a red door! My last drip to NYC I took pictures of a few different red doors including one of this old cathedral with two bright red doors and two yellow cabs out front. A pop of color? Fantastic.

Linda Lou said...

Beautiful red door-I am liking simpler and simpler Christmas decorations every year-I have soo much stuff, who needs it ALL-let's pair down and let special things shine!

Renee Finberg said...

yes indeed.
do it, but do not leave out the
burberry door matt.

xx

Sarah Lulu said...

I love it!

Melissa said...

Israel! Oh, how totally cool. It's on my list to see some day. Along with Turkey, more of Greece, all of Italy, more of Thailand, more of Afghanistan (Bamiyan!), Morocco, Bhutan, Mongolia... Sigh.

The Dane will be here Monday (a profile; he's walking and is caught mid-stride with one front leg off the ground). I haven't assigned a color to him yet, so if you think he (or maybe it's a she?) would look good in a particular color, let me know and maybe you'll get a few to stick under the Christmas tree once you get it. :) (The choices are pansy, guava, mandarin, papaya, aegean, and rhubarb pie).

vignette design said...

I love the door for sure, but the two red enamel lights are what I'm loving! --Delores

Jeanne Selep said...

Now why can't my door look that nice?

kj said...

picture perfect. but that designer rug is probably an easy $ 400....
:)

donna baker said...

Did you say the laundry room back door? Boy, would I love to see the main front door. Love the Burberry mat. I need that.

C said...

ohhhhhh how frikkin cute is that? i can see a bit of tropical in it and at the same time the holiday spirit. i would own a door like this! i love it!

c

Love Where You Live said...

love it. so charming.-s

Lauren said...

oh i just love it!!! so happy!!! have a great weekend!!
xoxo,
lauren

PamperingBeki said...

Beautiful! I love the plaid rug too.

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

My kind of place. I love it.
Maggie

The-Countrypolitan said...

Red doors are classy!

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Linda/"Mom" said...

******* Oh, yesssssss!!!! *******

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