#ThursdayDoors — Red Again

I never tire of red doors.





#ThursdayDoors is part of an inspired post series run by Norm Frampton.Β To see other doors of interest, or to share your own, click the link.

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49 Responses to #ThursdayDoors — Red Again

  1. lorriedeck says:

    And so you know just what color to paint your home’s front door….if it’s not already red. πŸ™‚

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  2. Dan Antion says:

    The second red door from the top is very similar to our front door. I’ll take a photo of that, some day, after I add the shelf. 2161 is impressive, especially with the balcony doors – nice photo!

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  3. marianallen says:

    All so very nice! I love #2. It looks so warm and cozy.

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  4. Love these. And realtors will tell you that the best way to add curb appeal is to paint the front door red.

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  5. jan says:

    Lovely – 2161 really stands out

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  6. John Holton says:

    I’m always fascinated by the names written on the lintels above the front doors, as in the first example here. WIL-FRA-MAR most likely is made up of three names, but are they first names, last names, or the first, middle and last name of someone? And who was that person/those people? I’m not looking for an answer, just curious. The apartment building where my grandparents (plus Mom and her brother and sisters) lived had the name INGRAM (I think) engraved above the door, but no one in the building was named Ingram, and as far as I know the landlord wasn’t Ingram, either. So who was Mr. Ingram?

    Don’t mind me, I’m just being weird…

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    • joey says:

      If you’re being weird, then I am also being weird with you, because the day I took that photo, December 26, I looked it up online and found diddly squat about it and it damn near drove me to drink. 1897 was the only relevant information. Not so much as a hint as to where Wil-Fra-Mar comes from. William, Frances, and Mary? The history sites were of no help, John. My guess is this information is gone forever.


  7. Ally Bean says:

    These are exceptionally vivid red doors. I like them all, no favorites this time.

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  8. Luanne says:

    Those are gorgeous, and I think you gave me an idea for a weird blog post or at least something to examine in my life using the keyboard and a little time belonging to patient readers.

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  9. Who would get tired of red doors? Not me. Although, I do need to repaint mine this spring. πŸ™‚

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  10. Benson says:

    Wowza. I concur. Red doors are outstanding. Especially the last pic. They just jump up at you and say Howdy.

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  11. Norm 2.0 says:

    Great finds Joey. I love the stone walls and slate roof tile on the 2nd one and the Juliet balcony on the 3rd.

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  12. Me neither! Red doors are my fave!

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  13. Ok, so now I am singing, Roxanne, you don’t have to go through the red door…. yes, everything becomes a song and most lyrics are altered in my odd mind.

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  14. bikerchick57 says:

    Pretty doors, Joey! I especially love the bright red upstairs/downstairs doors and would like to see the homes inside.

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  15. I’m good with red, Joey, although I can’t figure out if in the last photo there are really two different reds or it just appears that way. Makes me see red to think about it, so instead, I’ll head off to bed. πŸ™‚ Sleep well and enjoy your Friday.


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  16. Anisha says:

    Love all of them…so vibrant!

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  17. I quite like a red door too, Joey, they seem so impressive and imposing! I prefer a yellow one, though!!!

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  18. rvpackard says:

    43rd Street house was a red front door.

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  19. Red doors galore! That woke me up this morning, thanks Joey. I love the second photo, the deep grey trim contrasts so nicely with the light stone.

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  21. Skipah says:

    What part of our illustrious state capital is that bottom photo from?

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