Radiating Stone Archway with Carved Keystone and Dark Red Double Doors
The design of this archway radiates from these dark red doors. As the facade provides much visual interest, the doors can be a bit more subdued. Four panels comprise each of these double doors. Each door has a top panel that is wedge-shaped and forms half of an arch. The second panel in the door is the largest panel, but it is also a lite--the name for a window in a door. These lites have panes of clear glass, which do not offer any privacy or security. For privacy, the homeowners have hung single panels of white lace curtain behind each lite. For security, a decorative iron grille protects the glass. The third panel of each door is the smallest panel, in the center of which is a polished brass rosette. The door's bottom panel has no decoration other than the same molding that surrounds all the panels.