Red Doorway


I've always wanted a red door. This one's not bad. It'll take you into one of the stores at The Renaissance shopping center.

11 comments:

Olivier said...

l'avantage c'est qu'elle est voyante et que l'on ne peut pas la louper, c'est bien pour un commerce

B SQUARED said...

It is kind of interesting.

JM said...

Love that chinese red!

Small City Scenes said...

The last house my Mother lived in she painted the door this same red. It looked wonderful.
I don't know what the neighbors thought but everyone of us loved it. So go for it!!! MB

Jacob said...

I'm with you. Red doors have a certain charm. Perhaps that's why so many Episcopal churches in this country have red doors.

I asked a priest once why that was so but he had no idea.

So "your" a grammar parser, heh? Hee, hee!

Lois said...

I like red doors and this one is nice and bright!

cieldequimper said...

Très classe et effectivement, on ne doit pas la rater. En plus, c'est mercredi !

VP said...

Not an easy color to find, and quite elegant.

Hilda said...

Very eye-catching.

Why does it seem like a lot of CDP bloggers have a thing for doors? :)

Isn't it your birthday today? If it is, I hope it's a happy one!

Louis la Vache said...

Which cosmetic company used to have the Red Door salons? Was that Este Lauder? (Nothing «Louis» ever kept up with...)

Jilly said...

A bright red door like this seems a perfect way to celebrate your third anniversary. Many congratulations, Halcyon. I've always enjoyed your blog and catching up with this city of writers. Not sure if I'm early or late for the congratulations but no matter...