Doors & Windows

During my travels I’ve loved keeping and eye out for all the different designs, colours, shapes and sizes of the doors and windows of the country I’m exploring. I think they create wonder and mystery for what may lay behind them, and can act as a mini portal into the lives and history of a country’s people.

How old is that door, what kind of people have looked out of this window, who was the artisan that created this breathtaking filigree?! Many of these questions may go unanswered, but provide so much inspiration and many ideas that may not have been discovered otherwise.

Here are a few that I found…

  Venice, Italy @blossominteriors.org

Venice, Italy @blossominteriors.org

Venice, Italy @blossominteriors.org

Venice, Italy

Italy @blossominteriors.org

ITALY @blossominteriors.org

THE COLLESEUM, ITALY @blossominteriors.org

Random doors and the Colosseum, Italy

MALTA @blossominteriors.org

Malta

The Louvre Museum, Paris @blossominteriors.org

Views from inside the Louvre Museum, Paris

MONETS GARDENS, FRANCE @blossominteriors.org

Monet’s Gardens, France

NOTRE DAME, PARIS @blossominteriors.org

Notre Dame, Paris

PARIS @blossominteriors.org

Near the Palace of Versailles, Paris

GREECE @blossominteriors.org

SANTORINI, GREECE @blossominteriors.org

SANTORINI, GREECE @blossominteriors.org

SANTORINI, GREECE @blossominteriors.org

GREECE @blossominteriors.org

Santorini, Greece

LONDON @blossominteriors.org

London

The Natrual History Museum, London @blossominteriors.org

The Natural History Museum, London @blossominteriors.org

The Natural History Museum, London

New York City church, NY @blossominteriors.org

A Church in New York City, New York

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