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Painted medallions adorn a door in Emilio Pucci's ancestral Florentine home. Permanent Above-Door Decor
Exiting a space can include all of the pomp and excitement of entering one in the event that you've taken the time to consider above-door decor. ("Is that even a thing?" You may be thinking about. This swath of wall space over many doorways--those that lead between rooms and from indoors to outside equally --can be easy to ignore when you've got four other partitions , gasp, a whole house to decorate. Once adorned, the door is going to feel more completed and in some cases completely opened up--far better than feeling nothing in any respect, if you ask us. Here are some of some of our favorite above-door decor ideas.
A set of twin couches top the living room doors from the late Italian Vogue Editor Franca Sozzi's Paris house, looking almost as transparent as windows.
Fixes for tenants, first-times, and anyone who doesn't need to cut a window out to finish this task (though, scroll down in the event that you do).
Neoclassical architectural details include the walls along with above-door area in this grand Paris living area.
For homeowners seeking more transformative alternatives (and who aren't afraid to call in a builder to help).
Dishes and platters handed down through Andrea Anson's and Gordon McCollum's families fill the kitchen's 19th-century Welsh dresser in a New York townhouse (yes this one is above a window, but it could likewise go above a door).
Custom-made doors in this Ray Booth--designed Louisiana home have paneled windows over them that seem to open the room to the outdoors.
The custom-painted fretwork pattern within the dining room doorway in this house is by Gracie, but you might also attempt one utilizing Martha Stewart's DIY hints.
At a Folly Beach, South Carolina, bungalow, driftwood-inspired squares are hung over the doorway, finishing a shore vibe (however some other hanging sculptures can be fine over a door). Exotic Dining Space by May Daouk Decoration and Design in Beirut, Lebanon