Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Another Door

In this photo there are several elements common to decoration and architecture in Mexico: tiles, wooden doors, brick and stonework, and a decorative, wrought iron lamp.

18 comments:

Sally said...

I just ADORE decorative tile work. Like Spanish / Mexican, but Turkish tiles are my real favourite! This is lovely.

Kuanyin said...

Beautiful....never can see enough of these charming doors and windows!

Jilly said...

Love the tile surround to this door. Of course, I love ALL your windows and doors.

Beautiful.

kris said...

i admire the ability of people there to make something simple into beautiful art!

Olivier said...

elle fait tres orientale je trouve cette porte


it makes very Eastern I find this door

magiceye said...

very elegant..

Olive said...

Wow. Wow. Wow. Nothing else to say!

pastorrick said...

I have never seen tiles around a door like this one. Looks very nice.

The Wellspring said...

Love the tile work! Great shot :)

~Lisa

GiuCe said...

really beautiful...

Keropok Man said...

The tiles are indeed unique.

We only see boring wooden frames in Singapore.

Ming_the_Merciless said...

I love the tiles. They remind me of a Moroccan restaurant in NYC. I would love to have those tiles in my bathroom.

ruth said...

Nice! They remind me of Turkish tiles.

Oya said...

Wow, really nice. It is a good idea to frame the door with this lovely tiles. I really loved all your windows and doors...

freelancer said...

Beautiful, great shot !

Carraol said...

Magnificent your series of doors & windows.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

you have the most wonderful doors! :)

Jazzy said...

oh i love the pattern and colours of the tiles.