I love a good decorative door. It’s an art form that we seem to have lost in our modern culture, seeing doors simply as a means of entering and exiting a building rather than a potential site for beautifying an otherwise boring building exterior. Sadly, function seems to win out over form everytime.
In Tallinn, Estonia, where we spent our short honeymoon in May, the aesthetic potential of doors seems to have been embraced at some point in its long history. So many colours, so many shapes, so many designs. There’s something beautiful to see around every corner!
I think we need to start rethinking the modern aversion to elaborate doors, we’re really missing a trick.
Great collection of the doors in Tallinn, I noticed also some amazing doors there 🙂