Tuesday, 4 May 2010

Another 'Emily' Door



About a month ago, my Canadian friend Emily was in town and we did some door hunting together. I showed you a couple of the doors we deemed to be 'Emily Doors', but here is one you haven't seen yet. (For those of you who don't know, Emily is 5 feet 3 inches tall and while visiting, she chose a few doors that pleased her not only because of their looks, but because of their size: her size!!)

According to the plaque on this Emily Door, this is the 'back house' (zadni dum) though I honestly can't imagine where the front house is given the location of this door. Mystery! Oh well, that bit of mystery just adds to the door's beauty and charm.

You have to love the mail slot and the other door accessories.

Since we couldn't actually go through this door, I did my best to take a picture through the keyhole...

P.S. Thanks Em! Miss you!

6 comments:

Remington said...

Very nice! Great keyhole shot!

Wanda said...

I'm wondering why would a door be made so small, when there is such a large opening in the wall. It is pretty though.
...Wanda♥

Malyss said...

A door full of charm and mystery..and you add more with this picture through the key hole!It must be something to go to door hunt with you! Ü

Madi and Mom said...

Love the view from the key hole very clever...
that is one sturdy looking door with some big hardware,
Madi and Mom

James said...

That sounds like a fun time. You are fortunate to have so many wonderful doors to hunt. I really like the key hole shot.

Pat Tillett said...

beautiful wood and metal work. Love the view through the keyhole also.