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I love this door because its not entirely paned- stops just a foot or so above the floor, and I really love a well-chosen black paint on the right door. Looks classic, not creepy. I also love the side windows, really opens it up, and the gold trim- I like it too, unexpectedly
Sherwin Williams Nifty Turquoise #6941 followed with a glaze (Benjamin Moore Low Lustre Metal & Wood enamel BronzeTone 363 60, 1 part to 4 parts Modern Masters Extender - do I need a turquoise door??? I think I might! OMG! I have been itching to do a turquoise door but was concerned how it would look with my brick; turns out they have the same color/type. Just may have to give this a shot!