I bet from the title if this post you thought Linda from ~Behind My Red Door~ would be here, but unfortunately that is not the case. I am sure if you are like me, every time you see a red door you think of her.
Over spring break, I decided to paint my red door. It was a very bright red before, and I felt like it clashed with the dining room colors it was opened. I decided that painting it might be a good idea.
This is the before...
...and this is the after.
I decided to paint the door Kiln which is the brownish red trim color that is in the dining room.
The transition is now much more natural and I think the kiln is a more Colonial color than the previous red.
I would love to find some kind of wooden box that I could hang on the door to put a seasonal display in. I guess I have something new to look for. I am really happy with the way the door turned out!
I apologize for all the shadows. The sun was setting when I took the pictures and it created the shadows.
Thank you for visiting Yesterday Once More. As always, I appreciate you stopping by and I hope you will continue to come back as often as you can. Please feel free to visit me on facebook. Yesterday Once More now has its own facebook page. I would love it if you would drop by sometime. Never forget, "You never know when you are making a memory", so make every moment count.
All My Best,
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