Simple, Clean White Stone Archway with Dark Double Doors
When a keystone as magnificent as this adorns an archway, there is no reason to draw attention away from it with other competing elements. The arch's other stones are concave on the face and raised on the inside edge, creating a lip. The simplistic and clean design of this stone archway is complimented by the very simple framed door with one panel. Together, these double doors form a true arch. Each stile is comprised of two pieces of wood of equal width joined together; this is a very classic design that makes the door a bit more interesting. The bottom rail of this door has twice the height than the width of the stiles, making the door appear sturdy. Though difficult to view in this photo, each door has a wrought iron handle that serves to complement the iron railing of the balcony above.