Meet the doors of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina…
I love the pastel colors you find on beach houses. The bright paint just makes me smile.
The vast majority of the doors down here are just plain glass so they can catch the view. No one wants to be this close to the water and miss a wave. 🙂
The blue house has a solid door more like you’d find in an average neighborhood or up north. In New England, doors are solid wood or steel and in most cases covered by a storm door of some sort all in an effort to keep the cold air out.
As I walk the beach, there are public access areas every couple of blocks where there is parking for 8-10 cars and a port-a-potty. I didn’t take photos of them, you know what they look like, but they are in pastel colors as well.
I think maybe I should write to Dave’s Septic Service, who provides a lot of the port-a-potties in New England, and suggest he go from the boring dark green to a nice pastel yellow, pink or blue. Don’t you think that would perk people up as they drive by a construction site in a snowstorm and see a pastel potty? 🙂 Happy Thursday.
Linked to Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors, January 12, 2017.