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29 avenue Rapp by Jules Lavirotte who designed this in 1901 for his friend Alexandre Bigot. Bigot was a ceramist and created the ceramic details himself, along with sculptor Jean-Baptiste Larrivé. It was said that the bust of the woman over the door is a portrait of Lavirotte's wife (check out the fur around her neck). Lavirotte won first place in the Parisian Facade competition of 1901 for this!

"If thou lingerest when I linger, If thou tread’st the stones I tread, Thou wilt stay my spirit’s hunger And dispel the dreams I dread. Come thou, love, my own, my only, Through the battlements of Groan; Lingering becomes so lonely When one lingers on one’s own." (Mervyn Peake)

#door - St Edwards Church Stow on the Wold hobbit door - Inspired Tolkein!!! By judy dean 10.28.2010

it has always been my dream to have a secret garden.

Gate. A house door in Vienna. I think it would make an excellent garden gate, just look at the ribbon flourish on those wreaths!

terry... you could paint all the colours your door has been.... a version of if these walls could talk....

♥ it - wonderful idea - except maybe for the "goggas" (creepy crawlies) falling on one's head!

No identical Doors.. All the Doors in the old houses in Ærøskøbing are various. If you can find two identical doors 'you can have one of dem' said the Night Watchman.