I've been taking random snaps of authentic mid-century doors when I come across them.
This vintage screen door is one of the best I've ever seen. A nice modern blue door behind it and it could really pop.
This mid-century door is a little unassuming and it's on an small, unassuming mid-century house that just went up for sale in my neighborhood. I wanted to take a pic because I'm assuming one or both will be torn down by the next owner.
Another neighborhood door captured during a nighttime run.
I've mentioned before that the glass on authentic mid-century doors tends to be a little bigger than their modern door counterparts. This door is proving the rule. And the vintage screen door is proving to be a showpiece itself.
This screen door is a little more modern, but I love the simple look to it. If I were to put a screen door on my place, it'd probably be something like this.
I'm hoping to capture more shots of mid-century doors in their natural environment (instead illustrated mid-century doors). When I do, I'll be sure to share.