This renovated home in Portland, Oregon, has seven exterior openings for a flexible indoor-outdoor lifestyle, including the front doors, which has been painted in Benjamin Moore's Venetian Gold.
At this minimal apartment in Lisbon, a blue entry door packs a punch in the neutral living area, which is sparsely furnished with inexpensive pieces—some from local Portuguese companies, others self-made or purchased in flea markets.
With a striking yellow door offset by soft blue shutters, Paul Rudolph's 1953 Umbrella House in Sarasota, Florida beams midcentury optimism to passersby.
A slatted wood fence diffuses light, sheltering the glass front door of this California Eichler home from the eyes of travelers on the road below.
Architect Jenda Michl of Vertu Studio designed a new screen door and glass awning to enhance views of the mountains from his parents' house in Boulder, Colorado.
At a house in New South Wales, Australia, by Shane Blue of Bourne + Blue Architecture, a huge sliding door greets visitors and keeps things out of the way.