Thursday Doors : Braidwood…

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In January I showed another blue door in Braidwood. This one also caught my eye, same blue, similar style. It looked very dilapidated and vacant so I peeped inside and was very surprised to see a fully functioning newspaper in production. Oops!!! I made a quick retreat.

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28 thoughts on “Thursday Doors : Braidwood…

  1. ha, ha, what a surprise. the door is nice, pity it is so dilapidated.

    • Yes certainly needs some TLC

      • But if it had tlc wouldn’t it be less attractive??? Would to me. Just as well you didn’t post this in my “wanna to go home” phase! I love you finding things I haven’t noted in my familiar places, and photographing them so well.

  2. I would have been surprised too. I hope they make enough money to give those beautiful doors a little TLC.

  3. I love the colour on this lovely old weathered door. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  4. Nice texture on the doors. Good choice!

  5. I love old wooden doors and these are very pretty! 🙂

  6. Love the dilapidation!

  7. Some doors are so intriguing that you just have to look inside.

  8. It’s very handsome , but they’ll need to do a little maintenance or they won’t be able to produce anything in the building!

  9. Ha think I would have been very taken back , and took off very quickly. Great Doors though. x

  10. So much character in those doors and building, simply beautiful!

  11. I imagine that was surprise, Pauline. 🙂 Although I agree that the doors have character as is, they’d also have character if repainted and the paint would surely preserve them better.


    • Definitely agree about the preservative properties of the paint, but I rather like the “shabby chic” look…

  12. Beautiful flaking patina on an old character door. 🙂

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