What kind? (Pie, I mean.)The door looks fab. I was rooting for red all the way.
Oh man, I love this! What does the family think? I think it will SING in every season, the color is awesome!
LOVE the red door - and the Muskoka chair!
Hey, it looks great.and I love the way the stones are set. Really nice job. If I did all that I'd be in traction. Now about that pie???
Looks great! Now, did you paint the adirondack chair to match, or was it already that color?
The door looks great Dorothy.
Pie? Apple (and it's almost all gone)Family? eh. They have to put up with me asking everyone who walks to the door if they don't LOVE my patio, and now the door too. They just keep their (no doubt VAST) enthusiasm to themselves.Chair? It's actually a different red in real life - more purpley - not a colour I'd have loved on the door. Next paint job, though, will be a match. There's a Capri Blue one too, that's begging to be sage green. ;o)Thank you all for the kid words. Your validation is important to me.
I love it! The entry way bricks are just zingy, and the door....wow...so what are you planning on for the door step area? It looks lost between the walkway and the door....I can see tears on the right hand corner...
I know how hard it was for you to s-t-r-e-t-c-h out of your comfort zone to paint the door red ::snort:: -- glad you went for it!
heh, yeah. It was a real stretch. :o)
The red door looks so good, and the circular pavers are lovely too. It was fun to be "involved" in a project that turned out so well.
That's pretty!!! (I have a red door too. I love red doors!)BTW, I used the LOLCAT caption idea you had on my cat-on-the-car pic and submitted it today to I Can Has Cheezeburger. We'll see if they put it on the vote page. :-)
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