Wednesday, February 27, 2013

The Doors of Montepulciano


Welcome to beautiful Montepulciano in the heart of Bella Toscana! Last fall, my parents, aunt, husband and I did a huge trip all over Italy and I finally have an opportunity to write about our travels. After exploring many, many Tuscan towns, one of my all time favorites is the gorgeous town of Montepulciano, nestled in the rolling green Italian countryside. We stayed in a giant old palace (which typically is less expensive and a better experience than a hotel) with views that were beyond breathtaking...

 There are so many things I wanted to share with you about this lovely little village, I am just going to have to write about Montepulciano in several parts. This part is dedicated to the enchanting doorways, that entice you down winding hallways and alleys and make you want to take a peek through people's doors...My cousin calls this "The Door Sophisticate" !
Enjoy my loves!




Ok, so the adorable red bug is the real reason I took the picture below!









I hope these doorways have inspired you as much as they have me! I believe beautiful, warm design begins at the front door... What can you do to make your door more enchanting? 
You can now purchase my prints by clicking the tab that says shop the boutique or by clicking here.
Ciao Amici!


6 comments:

  1. Oh, I think I have been inspired to put a bull dozer at my house, and make it look like one from Montepulciano! Those doors are amazing. Just beautiful, thanks for sharing, passa un buon finne settimana!

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    1. Hahaha you are so funny! I want to make mine all fancy as well! I shall just embellish it with loads of welcoming decor! I hope you are well darling!

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  2. Molly, how blessed you are to have traveled to such lovely places! These doors are awe-inspiring. So intriguingly wonderful and thought-provoking! Not only are they gorgeous, but I am one of those people who enjoys imagining what is on the other side of such a door. These photos would be lovely to feature in a coffee table book or design magazine.

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    1. Thank you so much Lynn! I really appreciate it! I shall be selling my prints soon! I am so excited! Thank you so much for the encouragement!

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  3. I want to go!! I keep meaning to get my passport renewed but I think I need to really plan a trip in order to motivate. If that makes sense?

    You should definitely sell these prints! They are so beautiful and I'd love to have the photos hanging in my apartment!

    xo
    Kara
    www.thebostonista.com

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    1. Totally makes sense! You should definitely plan a trip! I am now selling the prints along with a few others and thank you so much for the encouragement! I hope you are having a lovely day! xo
      here is the tab link to my boutique!
      http://thepoorsophisticate.blogspot.de/p/shop-boutique.html

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Thanks for the lovely comments! Each and everyone means so much to me! xo

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