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Teil der Moschee im Schwetzinger Schlossgarten... zur Abwechslung etwas "indisch" angehaucht (Germany)

colorful orange purple lilac and pink inspiration door

love lives here

Next time I have a party, I'm thinking of making a large red heart for my front door. As in, "look for the white house with the white door with a big red heart." Sure would make it easy to find the right place!

On the serious, this door is awesome! Every room would have a door like this in my dream home.

owl door - Whole to meaning to "Whoooo's there?

Bleu Grand Sud ! / Morocco. / Maroc.

The Roof Garden of an Hotel in Sidi Ifni/Morocco ~ Great blue and white doorway

a-mans-essence:  orchidaorchid:  Morocco   A Man’s Essence Follows:JJ Buzz.  Awesome Mediterranean and Southwest architecture…

Morocco - orange and blue

Mandawa puple door ~ Rajasthan, India                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

Purple Door (and purple tree) - Mandawa, Rajasthan - (by

Door Stone & Living - Immobilier de prestige - Résidentiel & Investissement // Stone & Living - Prestige estate agency - Residential & Investment www.stoneandliving.com

"When traveling seems like the hardest thing to do in the moment, when we think it's too expensive, we need to work, or there isn't time -- it's usually the most important time to go.

lime door with iron handle PARADISE REAL ESTATE INTERNATIONAL www.paradiserei.com

It's Lime Time

Grab your sunglasses, because today we’re visiting a summer color. Summer makes me think of key lime pie. And yes I know key limes are yellow. But it tastes like lime and lime is … you know, the color lime … So c’mon … Continue reading →

greece, santorini

Greece, beautiful blue and white door.


Marrakech, Morocco Painted in an enchanting salmon pink, Marrakech is fondly referred to as the ‘Rose City’ or ‘Red City’ by thousands of cultural pilgrims. The jewel of Morocco, or ‘Al Hamra’ in local parlance,