#ThursdayDoors — Patchwork

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

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32 Responses to #ThursdayDoors — Patchwork

  1. Benson says:

    My what an interesting set of doors; full of stuff; but do they open? Up early or up late?

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    • joey says:

      Up early.
      On the left, there are hinges, sorta indicating they fold back on that side, and then on the right, there’s an actual door. Interesting is the right word. I wondered what it’s like on the inside.

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  2. Benson says:

    I saw the hinges but I couldn’t see any apparent knob, unless it is that light switch looking thing on the right. Directly behind the center panel would be a bunch of piping for the automatic sprinkler system. You got your basic Fire Department Connection; drain and alarm. I would like to see that myself. Curious.

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  3. Prajakta says:

    It really does look like a patchwork 🙂 Wonder what does this door hide…

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  4. Dan Antion says:

    Wow – that is a curious collection. The parts with the hinges, on the left, appear to be doors but I doubt the electrical and sprinkler connections would be installed on a functional door. In any case, I like the design and they painted them red, so it works for me.

    Great door(s) to share!

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  5. Joanne Sisco says:

    I puzzled over this door too. The opening on the right is obvious, but the hinges on the left part suggest doors that would be interesting if they in fact opened.

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  6. loisajay says:

    Oh, I could so see people pushing all parts of this trying to figure out which part is going to open up.

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    • joey says:

      One of the things I thought about this door was that it reminded me of those dexterity toys for tots, where each gadget results in a sensory stimulus. This is one for adults, hm? 🙂

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  7. Ally Bean says:

    I love the color, always been charmed by red doors. So many lines and angles on this photo. Great shot.

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  8. Norm 2.0 says:

    What an odd find. The more I look at it the ore puzzled I am about how it all works. Hinges on the left, an actual door within the door on the right. Things that just make you go “hmmm”.

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  9. I love photographing doors myself, and I must say you really found an interesting pair here. Complete with all manner of ‘important’ additions. I especially liked the meters and exhaust. Thank you Joey.

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  10. A lot going on there, Joey. It looks to me as if the bottom right part might open on its own and that might be a handle on the left side of it. But who knows? Definitely an intriguing choice.

    janet

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  11. Strange one. Those pipes and electronics won’t budge. I’m guessing only the man-door is functional now.

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  12. It’s interesting and quiltish isn’t it. Nice find! I like the color with the stone.

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  13. Are those electric meters on the door? It is eclectic, I like it.

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  14. Nice find! I like that color…like an old barn. I also like the diagonal wood slats. 🙂

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  15. Okay, this is really interesting. I look at those lines, and I want to move them around to line them up. 🙂

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  16. prior.. says:

    If ever there was a door to feature solo, Mr. Patchwork would be the one. I read the first few comments and so I know they open (hinges) and what a great way to make a little industrial area have some country charm… or something like that… cool find

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