A portal, a threshold, an entry — it’s the first thing you see and can make an amazing statement! Entryways from around the world offer insight into colour, culture and so much more! See if you can identify those here.
Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC
Ivy covers an old residence turned museum.
Charleston, South Carolina, USA
Greek revival details in a city residence.
Karlovy Vary, CZECH REPUBLIC
Hotel Romance Puskin near the famed hot springs.
Portloe, Conrwall, UK
Rambling roses grace a typical English cottage.
Kauai, Hawaii, USA
Tranquil Kauai Soto Zen Buddhist Temple.
St. Peter Stiftskeller, Europe’s oldest restaurant.
Door County, Wisconsin, USA
A recreated Potawatomi dwelling.
Medieval castle entrance in North Wales.
St Kitts and Nevis, WEST INDIES
Basseterre shop in vibrant Caribbean colour.
Jaipur, Rajasthan, INDIA
Extravagant peacock entrance to the city palace.
Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden.
Mystical Our Lady of the Gate of Dawn.
Cambridge, Ontario, CANADA
Langdon Hall Country House Hotel & Spa.
Napier, NEW ZEALAND
Characteristic and quintessential Art Deco vibe.
Healdsburg, California, USA
Hotel Les Mars channeling Paris.
Los Angeles, California, USA
Frank Gehry-designed Walt Disney Concert Hall.
Punta Mita, MEXICO
Ode to Spanish colonial architecture.
Lincoln, Nebraska, USA
The State capitol’s Neo-Byzantine décor.
This original article first appeared in the Winter 2020/2021 issue of City Style and Living Magazine.