WOODEN DOOR WITH BEVELED GLASS AND PRAIRIE GRILLS CUSTOM
For homeowners searching for more transformative options (and who are not scared to call in a builder to assist ).
Neoclassical architectural details include the walls along with above-door area within this grand Paris living area.
Custom-made doors in this Ray Booth--designed Louisiana home have paneled windows above them that appear to open up the space to the outdoors.
In a Folly Beach, South Carolina, bungalow, driftwood-inspired squares are hung over the doorway, finishing a beachfront vibe (but some additional hanging sculptures might be fine above a door). ]In a Beirut house by May Daouk Decoration and Design, a Syrian calligraphic panel adds height to a doorway hung right above the opening. Exotic Living Space by May Daouk Decoration and Design at Beirut, Lebanon
The custom-painted fretwork routine above the dining room doorway in this home is by Gracie, but you can also attempt one utilizing Martha Stewart's DIY tips.
Painted medallions adorn a doorway in Emilio Pucci's ancestral Florentine house. Permanent Above-Door Decor
Fixing for renters, first-times, and anyone who doesn't want to cut a window out to finish this task (however, scroll down in the event that you do).
Exiting a space may come with all the pomp and delight of penetrating one in case you've taken the opportunity to think about above-door decoration. ("Is that even a thing?" You might be thinking about. To which we say: Sure, why not?) This swath of wall area above many doorways--those who lead between rooms and from indoors to outside equally --is easy to dismiss if you have four other partitions , gasp, a whole house to decorate. However all you need to do is give it a passing thought and possibly a nail or two. Once adorned, the doorway will feel more finished and sometimes entirely opened up--way better than feeling nothing at all, if you ask us. Below are a few of a few of our favourite above-door decor ideas.
Dishes and platters passed through Andrea Anson's and Gordon McCollum's households fill the kitchen 19th-century Welsh dresser at a New York townhouse (yes this one is above a pub, but it could likewise go above a doorway ).
A set of twin mirrors leading the living room doorways in the late Italian Vogue Editor Franca Sozzi's Paris home, looking almost as transparent as windows.