Thursday Doors – Colourful Trim

Still in Trim, County Meath for this week’s Thursday Doors and I’m starting off with a colourful one. Sure how could I pass up a door that’s so vibrantly red?

When you can’t find a red door, a red house will do nicely.

Or an orange one.

This one is probably my favourite of the forty shades of green we have here in Ireland. Forest green comes to mind. The sign on the door depicts the arm of a knight pointing to the entrance. That’s a hint as to what next week’s post will feature. It might not be as colourful but it will definitely be in Trim and in the meantime, there are lots more Thursday Doors over on Dan’s blog to explore.

About Jean Reinhardt

Author of 'A Pocket Full of Shells' an Amazon International best seller, Jean writes young adult and historical fiction. She has been known to shed a tear over Little House on the Prairie.
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17 Responses to Thursday Doors – Colourful Trim

  1. Dan Antion says:

    That first door is stunning, Jean. I love it and the progression you worked through on your way to a bit of a cliffhanger. I can’t wait until next week 🙂

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  2. Emille says:

    We must have a similar taste – I like forest green too (to wear), but to paint sap green is the most versatile in combination with other colors I use! Great post, Jean!

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  3. Love that last door and sign, Jean. The red house is quite a contrast! It certainly opened my eyes. 🙂

    janet

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  4. jguenther5 says:

    I had a Rover 2000TC that was a deep shade of green. IIRR, the owner’s manual referred to it as Ardenne Green. [“Ardennes,” actually.] At night, the car appeared to be black. I had it exactly 5 years, to the day.

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  5. I like those houses which declare independence from the other half 🙂

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  6. marianallen says:

    I love the ones with their trim painted a different color from the facade. 🙂

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