Baileyana Road eclectic-entry
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Baileyana Road Eclectic Entry, San Francisco

Dennis Mayer Photogrpahy
Single front door - eclectic single front door idea in San Francisco with a dark wood front door — Houzz

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Brooke Heffner wrote:
Please tell me this isn't a faux door and it leads to a magical place!
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Luisa Rollenhagen added this to 14 Gardens Straight Out of Fairy Tales
3. The Twelve Dancing Princesses. Through locked doors and past a passageway of trees, the princesses escape from their kingdom each evening to dance the night away. One day a soldier follows them and uncovers their secret by bringing back branches from the massive trees the princesses pass when entering the dancing world. Although the soldier spoils their fun, the draw of secret passageways and entrances, such as this garden door in San Francisco, remains as thrilling as ever.See more garden doors
Lauren Dunec Design added this to 10 Ways to Create a Secret Garden
1. A hidden entrance. Gates and entryways are important features in any garden, but they are essential for secret gardens. They define a threshold — marking the passage from one garden area (perhaps a more public one) to a private space. Create a sense of mystery about what lies beyond with a garden entrance that blocks the inner garden from view. This magical garden door, for example, dwarfed by redwood trees on both sides, obscures the garden beyond, adding to its mystery.

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Angela May added this to Angela's ideas
Using the natural features of the land
pony8 added this to Star Grove Main House
Well............wouldn’t that be nice to develop for future generations. Magical

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