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A set of twin couches top the living room doors in the late Italian Vogue Editor Franca Sozzi's Paris home, appearing nearly as transparent as dividers.
Exiting a room may come with all the pomp and excitement of penetrating one in the event that you've taken the time to consider above-door decoration. ("Is that a thing?" You may be thinking about. What we say: Sure, why not?) That swath of wall area above many doors --those who lead between rooms and from indoors to outside both--is easy to dismiss if you have four additional walls or, gasp, a whole house to decorate. Once adorned, the doorway will feel more completed and sometimes entirely opened up--way better than feeling nothing in any way, if you ask us. Below are some of a few of our decor ideas.
Custom-made doors within this Ray Booth--designed Louisiana home have paneled windows above them that seem to open up the space to the outside.
For homeowners seeking more transformative options (and who aren't reluctant to call from a contractor to assist ).
Neoclassical architectural details adorn the walls and above-door area in this expansive Paris living room.
The custom-painted fretwork pattern within the dining room doorway in this home is by Gracie, but you may also try one using Martha Stewart's DIY tips.
Painted medallions decorate a door in Emilio Pucci's ancestral Florentine house. Permanent Above-Door Decor
At a Folly Beach, South Carolina, bungalow, driftwood-inspired squares are hung over the door, completing a beachfront vibe (although any additional hanging sculptures could be nice above a door). Beach Living Room by Amelia T. Handegan and Stumphouse Architecture + Design and Glenn Keyes Architects in Folly Beach, South Carolina[ Exotic Dining Room May Daouk Decoration and Design at Beirut, Lebanon
Fixing for tenants, first-times, and anyone who does not wish to cut out a window to finish this task (however, scroll down in the event you do).
Dishes and platters handed through Andrea Anson's and Gordon McCollum's families fill the kitchen 19th-century Welsh dresser at a New York townhouse (yes this one's above a window, but it could additionally go over a door).