Doors. They are the first thing you see upon entering a space. A knock, a ring, and a turn on the knob can place you into a different space and different world. Most American homes place our door knobs to the left or the right, but I personally look forward to creating my own door one day with a knob in the middle. There is something so elegantly classic and refined about having a big round fixture in the middle of the door. I especially like when the knob is low lying and expertly placed.
I wish more homes had this feature. I realize it isn’t practical, but is anything you want for your home ever that necessary??
A slate gray door framed by eloquent potted boxwood.
Top heavy potted boxwood flank these perfectly paneled sleek black doors. Via Lonny
Dual colored peacock blue door lines with black panelling. The gold really pops against this wide frame door.
A classic and swank black entry with black and white checkered floors. Love the contrast and timeless appeal. This door will still look good 100 years from now!
A rustic and well preserved front door makes for the most charming entry.
One of my favorite images. A double black lacquer entry with circular paneling to frame the knobs. So superb! Via Elle Decor
Rich powder blue molded door. Notice the low placement of the handle. SO fresh! Via VerandahHouse
Miles Redd never disappoints with anything, especially with his ultra NYC front door.
Kelly Wearstler knocks on this fabulously divine high-gloss black door. Via Neiman Marcus