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Actually the last place I lived as also like this.
I can't remember ever seeing a door in the kitchen :/
I've never noticed one before but I have this memory of shutting it once
it has a sort of sliding panel blind instead.
practically not even a door.
on the downstairs loo at my old house. It was where the shower was so if we ever had guests and had to do the washing up you might get an eyeful of NAKED.
Such a shit place to have a toilet without a proper door.
why why why
i am sorry
It didn't even slide all the way across properly. Useless.
It was exhilarating.
why are you talking about swords
neither do I tbh
I was convinced a portcullis was a kind of sword but upon investigation it appears in fact to be called a 'cutlass' and I am in fact mental
but it has a backdoor still I guess.
Maybe I should take that off too?
it was a sort of separate room stuck onto the bathroom though so fair enough, not like you'd be peering out into the front room whilst having a shit.
has no doors or walls
of string hanging down and you have to go through like you're going to get your tarot read or something. Hippy doors.
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bits of plastic hanging down. it was on the back door. WHAT ARE THEY CALLED?
Star Trek style force fields but haven't got round to it yet.
but angry if you introduce force fields.
no. door in every room #playa
to pick up your post it;s a free-for-all trying to grab the flailing envelopes from the air hoping you don't get a bill.
greased up Jim Morrison
Though when the previous owners bought the place, the lady that they bought it from took all the doors with them (crazy! They were the original Victorian ones though) so they were left with none! They had to get some from a reclaims yard, so some are in better condition than others.
From the hall to the kitchen has a lovely stained glass door though, which was originally a front door!
has an arch, and a HATCH
anyone else got a hatch, great for chucking stuff through, ours doesn't have little doors though which is a shame
Also with no little doors. Hatches are great.
I remember places with them fondly.
But I love a good hatch.
on doorways between rooms, we'd have too many doors and be forced to open a door emporium. Perhaps thankfully, we don't, we have the correct number of doors in doorways with no alternative room splitting options.
"Does a well count as a room?"
and for christmas morning he would put wrapping paper all across it so me and my brother and sister had to run through it like some kind of takeshi's castle round and then we would end up in the living room filled with presents.
Once I'd finished putting down the floor I realised I'd have to shave off over a centimetre from the bottom of the door.
I'm far too lazy to do that, so the door has sat in the cupboard under the stairs ever since.
where the guy ended up with a bunch of doors?
Wonder if he still has any, could help some of you out.
doesn't have a door between living room and hallway, but clearly has the hallmarks of one (i.e. hinge marks and a hole where a door handle latch thing would go). I discovered the door in the outdoor storage cupboard recently. No idea why it was removed.