Friday, November 14, 2008


While I was in Italy, I was totally taken with doors. Their doors were so beautiful and each one was different and unique!  Several of you commented on how much you liked doors too, so I decided to post my favorites from my trip!  Hope you enjoy them as much as I did!



Smilingsal said...


Mom To Six said...

Just beautiful! I've always wanted to go to Italy. Your trip there has reaffirmed that even more.

Oh, Lord....please allow me a trip to Italy while I'm still sane. :)



Sara@ Butterville said...

Can you tell me what it was like to touch them? Did they feel as heavy and solid as they looked? Smooth or worn? Oh, I loved the one of the church with the white and (lightblue) I'm going to spell this wrong but exquisite.
*sigh* I hope I can someday see and feel them.
PS I'm totally sensory.
I would ask what it smelt like but that might freak you out.
Thank you for sharing.

Mocha with Linda said...


Christine said...

The age of most of them (or all of them perhaps) is quite impressive as well. The sixth and seventh ones are my favorites. Thanks for sharing!

The Hill's said...


P.S. I changed the color just for you :)

Esthermay said...

I have SO been waiting for the pictures.

Beautiful beyond words. I'm going to share these with my husband.

Funny story:
We were married at a Chapel on the campus of Northwester College in St. Paul, MN. The Chapel (and entire campus for that matter) used to be part of a catholic nunnery (or something). Most of the architecture was imported FROM ITALY! e.g. marble pillars, stained glass, etc. And yes. The DOORS.

This was my husband-to-be's comment upon our first visit to the chapel to talk to the wedding planner:

"Wow. Ya' can't get doors like that at Menards."

I will remind him of this for always. It just makes me giggle.


Jules from "The Roost" said...

They are all simply beautiful!

Jamie @ Purposeful Pursuit said...


Jackie @ Our Moments Our Memories said...

I am so glad you posted these so we can live vicariously through you. :) I cannot even begin to pick a favorite...they are all so lovely.

Beverlydru said...

Bravo, bravo! Grazie per la condivisione. (Thank you for sharing)

Sit A Spell said...

Just love those doors!
...I grew up in Arkansas : )