October 22, 2008

If It's Wednesday, It Must be Doors

...and what a door and fence it is. If I had to guess, the owners may have something to do with the crafting of these gates and advertise in such a way. Whatever the case may be, it is stunning.

11 comments:

Webradio said...

Hello Isadora !
Is it Your house ???

Nice great doors, yes...

See You later...

ocm said...

You're right...the ironwork is beautiful! this one reminds me of some homes we walked be in Toalmas and Pecs...

: )

Professor said...

I just love all the wrought iron fencing and trim- it's lovely!

Janice Thomson said...

Gosh what beautiful wrought ironwork!

~tanty~ said...

You're right, it is stunning!

Isadora said...

Webradio - no, unfortunately it is not my house :)

OCM - TOALMAS????!!! hmmm

Professor - There must be a master craftsman in town as there are several lavish properties such as this that I've seen in town. I'll catch some others (with envy).

Janice - I would love to have you along as I know it would also inspire you sooner of later and we could see your interpretation of them.

Tanty - thank you.

Andrea said...

The iron work is beautiful. I would not want to live that cramped up to my neighbors though.

You were asking where that beach scene was on my blog.....it was in Gulf Shores, Alabama

babooshka said...

Love it is's so artistcally done.

DaveM said...

I wonder if the owner is a welder?

polona said...

wonderful wrought ironwork here, and the house itself ain't bad :)

Carl Patten said...

Weew, that's steel art at its finest! Although steel gates are hard to make, the designs we can do with these are infinite. But we should still consider the style we want, and if it fits well with our home. No one likes a gate that will give a home a bizarre look.