Why stop at white? These gilded doors are from the Palais Lascaris in Nice, France.
I think this arrangement of color is very elegant; a Provençal blue with bright flowers. I love the texture of the old wood and stone.
This isn’t so much about the doors as it is about the telamones—figures emerging from a pedestal and supporting an architectural element.
Now we’re back in America, with a painted door Victorian style.
Chinoiserie, and some of the most elaborate decorative painting I’ve ever seen.
And finally, pair of Mexican doors, one painted brightly and one elaborately carved. - Mark Chamberlain, interior and decorative painter