Thursday Doors – two for one

Black doors

I walked past these doors in Bruges and had to stop. Two black doors, side-by-side, but design worlds apart.

Doors – they really are interesting. 🙂

Linked to Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors.

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14 Responses to Thursday Doors – two for one

  1. Great contrast and without even having to hunt for it. 🙂



  2. Dan Antion says:

    Wow – these are both very interesting doors. What a treat to find them together. So, it’s not my imagination (is it) but you’re giving us a double shot today? You had me thinking I had gone to the wrong place earlier.


  3. Norm 2.0 says:

    Great ones Judy and thanks for spoiling us today with a double shot of Thursday Doors 😀


  4. pbmgarden says:

    This would make you pause!


  5. I hope the occupants reflect the doors – one tall and slender, the other shorter and stocky.

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  6. Grandma Kc says:

    Very, very cool picture and what a unique neighborhood!


  7. Ah, BRUGE! Visiting there is the No. 1 item at the top of my bucket list. I look forward to more photos and stories of your visit.

    Very cool doors, by the way! 😀


  8. Joyce says:

    Some of the best beauty is from the “olden days” – no federal or local regulations on where you can put a door and how high it must be and which direction it should swing open! They just used their heads and came up with solutions that were practical AND beautifully charming! – like these!

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