Thursday Doors: Perigueux – Shopfronts

So many doors in Perigueux…enough even to allow an individual theme of shopfronts for this week’s instalment.

Since we finished up last week with a blue door, continuity dictates that we start now with another:

Another clearly marked, if less colourful, example:

This is the shop window of a ‘luthier’ – a maker of violins and other string instruments:

Rather less obviously, this is now a boutique, but one with a pretty impressive entrance:

But I have no idea what these two commercial premises may once have been:

Thursday Doors 18 October 2018

4 Comments on “Thursday Doors: Perigueux – Shopfronts

  1. Shopfronts makes for a terrific theme and you found some beauties there.
    Alas around here shopfronts = horrid, bland-looking commercial steel and glass.

  2. I enjoyed the theme and that boutique door/doorway is indeed grand. Blue is always a winner, no matter whether commercial or residential.

    janet

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