Utility Cabinet Door

We saw this beautifully painted utility cabinet on a street in Brighton last week 🙂

Thursday Doors

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Shabby but not Chic

I’m sure this poor old door has featured on Thursday Doors at least once at some point in the past, and here it is again, looking more and more shabby as time passes and less and less chic. But I still like it, it looks like it has lots of interesting stories to tell of a far busier and exciting time long before it became relegated to being an unloved and unused back garden door set into an equally unloved rendered back wall… 🙂

Thursday Doors: Dull Doors

I saw these grey painted doors set into a grey brick wall built onto grey concrete and thought yup, these dull doors are for me today! And then I thought – hmmmm… a letter box and flap is kind of a door-within-a-door just for letters, isn’t it? 🙂

Check out lots of other Thursday Doors over at Norm’s place

A Door to Nowhere

Not really a door to nowhere of course, but instead an urban road tunnel maintenance access door presumably leading straight down into the automotive abyss zooming along below. What caught my eye most was the depth of the shadows caused by the afternoon sunshine, the faded peeling paint and the non-descript half-hearted attempt at grafitti decorating the total ensemble… 🙂

Norm’s Thursday Doors

Thursday Doors – St John’s Church

The lovely old iron-studded wooden door of St John’s Church, Leytonstone, East London, where I live. (I mean I live in Leytonstone, not the church!) The cold bright winter sun really brought out the detail this morning as I walked past, so I thought I’d share it with you for this week’s Thursday Doors 🙂

The first stone of the building was laid in July 1832, and the church was consecrated in October 1833.