I love your homemade emoticon, TG
Usually rarely used color in our place.
The purple color contrasts well with the red brick. In Deadwood, SD there was a house of ill repute called "Pam's Purple Door". It was an historic business in Deadwood dating back into 19th Century and not closed until the late 1970s when our Attorney General was caught there. He claimed he was only playing poker.
Or was it strip poker perhaps? ;~}
Oh my goodness, what an awesome find. I love doors and windows, but I can't safely say that I've stumbled upon a purple door before.Emma and Buster
Wow - I'd never have thought of a purple door! Looks fantastic.Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/05/the-cats-of-san-juan.html
Your door photos led me to look for the unusual doors in Europe. This is a beauty.
What a stunning door! I pinned it to my Doors board.
That is so attractive! Good color for a door!
That's awesome. I'd never do it but I love it. I have had a red door.
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