FRENCH DOOR IDEAS EXTERIOR
Neoclassical architectural details include the walls and above-door area in this grand Paris living room.
Painted medallions decorate a doorway in Emilio Pucci's ancestral Florentine house. Permanent Above-Door Decor
A pair of twin sofas top the living room doorways from the late Italian Vogue Editor Franca Sozzi's Paris home, looking nearly as transparent as dividers.
Exiting a space can include all of the pomp and excitement of entering one in case you've taken the opportunity to think about above-door decor. ("Is that even a thing?" You may be thinking about. That swath of wall space over many doorways--those that lead between chambers and from indoors to outside both--is easy to ignore when you have four other partitions , gasp, a complete house to decorate. However all you will need to do is give it a passing thought and maybe a two or two. Once adorned, the doorway is going to feel more finished and in some cases entirely opened up--way better than feeling nothing in any respect, if you inquire. Below are some of a few of our decor ideas.
At a Folly Beach, South Carolina, bungalow, driftwood-inspired squares are hung above the doorway, finishing a beachfront vibe (but any additional hanging sculptures could be nice over a door). ]In a Beirut home by May Daouk Decoration and Design, a Syrian calligraphic panel adds height into a door hung right over the opening. Exotic Living Room by May Daouk Decoration and Design in Beirut, Lebanon
Custom-made doors within this Ray Booth--designed Louisiana house have paneled windows over them which seem to open the space to the outside.
For homeowners seeking more transformative options (and who are not scared to call from a builder to help).
Fixes for renters, first-times, and anybody who doesn't wish to cut a window out to finish this task (though, scroll down in case you do).
The custom-painted fretwork pattern within the dining room door in this residence is by Gracie, but you can also attempt one with Martha Stewart's DIY tips.
Dishes and platters handed through Andrea Anson's and Gordon McCollum's households fill the kitchen 19th-century Welsh dresser at a New York townhouse (yes this one's above a pub, but it could additionally go above a door).