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Have you been searching for the perfect embroidery design to add some color and personality to your home decor? Look no further than the Red Home Front Door design! This vibrant design is available in four sizes, making it easy to add a touch of flair to any project. Whether you incorporate it into a pillow cover or embroidery hoop art, this charming design will surely bring life to any room. And with its classic motif, it will never go out of style. So incorporate the Red Home Front Door design into your next project and give your home some added charm.
The front door was essential in the Victorian era, providing a statement about the occupants' wealth. A Victorian front door had to convey the right impression to people and those passing by in the street.
In the Victorian era, doors were generally paneled and elaborately carved; they were surrounded by a door frame with imposing architrave to match the door, sometimes carved and then painted or grained to appear more expensive. They used stained glass and gleaming brass door furniture, which was polished daily by the domestic servants, the overall effect, even on a small house, would be impressive. A well-maintained and cleaned front door was essential, whatever the style or status of the home.
The front door was not only an important visual statement but also a practical one. In an era when coal fires heated most houses, a well-sealed front door helped keep out draughts and the warmth. It was also crucial for security; a sturdy front door with a good lock could help to deter burglars.
As you can see, doors played a vital role in the Victorian era. They were not only practical but also served as a status symbol for those who could afford to have them. If you're ever lucky enough to see a Victorian front door up close, take a moment to appreciate all its history.
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This design has been tested and reviewed to ensure top quality. Test stitch the design, or portions of it, before stitching it onto your final item, as results may vary depending on fabric and stabilizer combination.
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