Old doors are intriguing. What have they seen? Which famous historical figures passed through them in the olden days? What do the scratches, marks and scores on them mean? When did someone patch them up? How many layers of paint do they have, peeling off in places to reveal a myriad of colours and provenance behind them?
What secrets do they hold?
Aldous Huxley mentioned doors in this quote, which I found on this site, and I think old doors hold true as “doors of perception”:
Here are some of my favourite old doors, curated from Pinterest. Yes, I have a great fondness for grunge, texture and the rich patinas that come only with age.