‘Tis the season for orange. Nothing says welcome like a brightly coloured front door. As long as you are restrained in other accent colours you’re pretty safely in the eye-catching but not the fun-house category. These beautiful doors below are perfect examples of how an orange door can work with any style of architecture.
“You’ll know it when you see it. It’s the house with the orange door!”
To continue on the things that make a big city charming vein I present Toronto’s tiniest house. The little house was built in 1912 by Arthur Weeden who lived in it for twenty years with his wife before she died. It has since changed hands a number of times and it is now available to rent on Airbnb. The house even has its own website thelittlehouse.ca where you can see interior photos and a floor plan.