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Nov 22 2011

Miss Me? :-)

Category: Beautiful Doors,Doors & FramesLori @ 2:19 pm Comments (2)
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As many of you know, I took some time off last week.  The plugin I had installed to scroll random posts broke my mobile site so I had to uninstall it.  Hopefully you all read that last delayed egress post in depth to keep you occupied.  🙂

I caught up on a lot of stuff while I was “off,” and also found time for some R&R.  I saw these doors when I went to dinner with one of my BFFs at the Liberty Hotel in Boston.  My first thought was that I needed to add them to my arched door post as another example…to my surprise they are not arched doors – check them out from the exterior!

I will be back to my regular posting schedule now, and I’m working on yet another smoke door post as requested.  I hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving!

2 Responses to “Miss Me? :-)”

  1. Karl Pfeffer says:

    Welcome back.
    Nice doors. It looks like the door pulls are within 10 inches of the floor. Does this violate accessibility requirements?

    • Lori says:

      Thanks Karl! I didn’t measure the location of the pulls, but the flush surface may be 10″ from the floor to the bottom of the pull – it’s hard to tell. Technically, the Mass Access Board Standards don’t contain the requirement for a 10″ flush area. The doors are also automatic, so I think the chance of someone getting stuck is pretty unlikely.

      I like the way you think though. 🙂

      – Lori

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