A short but sweet post to accompany this rather sweet door, which I found while in Bath this past weekend. I loved the glass circles and the wrought iron trees – I also liked how they’d preserved the original shop sign painted to the left hand side of the door.
Bath is a wonderful city with so many layers of history – I hadn’t been there since I was a child so it was lovely to be back again and wander the streets. There were certainly a few blog posts and perhaps even a story or two wandering there as well – I’m sure I’ll be sharing them with you soon.
This was my response to Norm 2.0’s Thursday Doors Challenge – for more doors, or to add one of your own, visit Norm’s site and click the link.
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I LOVE Bath! ❤ What a wonderful, whimsical door.
Thanks, Sarah! I loved it too – such a beautiful city 🙂
Thank you! 🙂
Fabulous find Helen – those glass circles had me thinking of Chihuly.
If you get a chance, don’t forget to swing by and add this to the link-up list to make it easier for others to find it. Cheers and enjoy the weekend 🙂
Thanks Norm! Glad you liked it – I’ll pop over and add the link now. Hope you’re well, happy weekend to you 🙂
I love this on so many levels – not least, the colours. Aqua is one of my favourites.
Thanks Angelika – it’s a beauty, isn’t it? I loved it too 🙂
Those are beautiful. I love blue glass! The glass bulb trees…the glass circles… stunning 🙂
Thank you! I love blue glass too, it’s like being underwater 🙂
Reminds me of perhaps a magical shop.
It is quite magical looking isn’t it? I can imagine the trees coming to life… 🙂
Yes, me too!
Ooooo, this is too cool!
Thank you! 🙂
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Bath is one of the places I hope to visit soon. Beautiful door.
So cool. We were in Bath last December but totally missed this door! Thanks for posting.
thanks for commenting! There are so many amazing doors in Bath, I’m sure I missed quite a few too 🙂 This one was just next to the Abbey.