LOL at your hubby!I have to say that you're far more brave than me, ha ha! ;-)There's a French charm in those doors, isn't it?!xxxxxP.S.Thank you for your message
I love the doors :)
Another door lover here........ great photos!
They are stunning, would make great pictues to frame. When 'distressing' first became the thing, my hubby didn't get it at all. But as he has got older (and more distressed himself) I think he actually appreciates it.
Lovely pics - I have loads of pics of doors like that! I always take photos of doors on holiday - though what I'm to do with all these ones of Greek, etc. doors, I don't know! Some look OK framed. Love hubby's comment!
I love taking photos of doors and doorways - yours are lovely especially the first one - I like the soft colour against the stone. Lol at your hubby's comment:)
I love the old 1930`s green !all my doors are painted a similar colour-even my kitchen has bits and bobs in green-went to far a few weeks back when I bought a sweatshirt from joules green with white spots to match my kitchen !
Hee hee - the littlest one is just about the right size for me to get through without banging my head :0)x
Awwwww - bless him.I do love that shade of green by the way.Nina x
I love that village Diane, its such a pleasure to walk around and half reminds me of somewhere you might find tucked away in deepest Dorset!!Love the photos, really good!Sending loveJulia x x x
I adore this colour and have been painting lots of things my end in it. Love the doors too. Love Helen
I agree this pictures have a distinctly French look about them. Diane
:) You've got yourself a witty and humorous husband, haven't you?
Ah bless his cotton socks!Lisa x
I'm a huge fan of old doors and windows; one of these days real soon I'm going to enlarge three of mine so I can hang them in my hallway! These are full of character and interest!
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