Bella Foxwell is an amazing photographer who recently, has been doing some very interesting work.
One of her latest projects has been capturing the beauty of London’s most interesting and attractive doors
She has Instagram page entirely dedicated to it, with the wonderful name of The Doors of London.
It features a kaleidoscope of variously colored doors so quirky that they resemble props from a Wes Anderson film.
Doors have always fascinated Bella for many of reasons.
“It’s partly that I admire people who put so much pride into their front door, particularly those that are very daring, with a strong shade of paint or extravagant door knocker,”
“And it’s partly that doors are very symbolic.
Whether it’s because they represent new opportunities, or because they remind of home.
There’s something special about them.”
From the streets of Notting Hill to the lively district of Brixton and beyond, Foxwell’s growing collection has already earned her over 50K followers and is growing quickly.
It will surely inject you with a healthy dose of house envy as well.
Continue scrolling to check out her work!
The beauty of doors lie so far beyond just the facade of it’s appearance.
It has a lot to do with the mystery of what lie behinds it.
Who lives there, and how do they live.
What drew them to have such creative doorways?
It just begs you to knock of them to see what their life is like behind those beautiful doors.
“A couple of years ago, I was sharing photos with absolutely no one. Nada.
Fast forward to today, and I’ve grown an engaged Instagram following of more than 48k.”
And while it may have shocked her,
just looking at her instagram and you can see her creativity, and adventurous nature, to continue to go out and find beautiful and unique doors.
Some go from strange to downright striking.
I can’t help but wonder about the people who live in these places.
Some may be suave, or eccentric.
While others down right weird but oh so interesting.
What do you think of these beautiful doors of london?
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