Buzzing about doors!

The mid century houseblogger world is buzzing with the news that David from Erwin House is going to make a wonderful contribution to our favorite type of houses!

We have the “madison” – at first I didn’t think he had our door…but he does! I do like our door, but I have to say, I think I like the “Woodrow” better.

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