Adding clavos to our entry door made a big difference! We added these beautiful, rustic clavos to the arched Tudor entry door that The Husband made! (The DIY of the door posted: HERE)
Here’s an up close and personal picture of a clavo. Clavos are used to give rustic detail to doors and cabinets. (Clavo is actually just the Spanish word for nails!)
Tudor style doors as well as other rustic doors are often accented with clavos, and I see why! They make a pretty significant difference, don’t ‘cha think?
The Husband wanted to add these all along but I wanted to get the door up and live with it for a few weeks before I committed to putting umpteen holes all over the place!
But as usual, The Husband was right! I love the look…
Just for grins, here’s the progression of the entry. We keep changing little things like adding the clavos, adding bigger lanterns and topiaries to the urns.
Detail and scale make a big difference in design don’t they?
So what do ya think? Wait…if you don’t like it, I’d rather you not say because at this point there’s no going back 🙂
~Sending you ever-so-much love today my friends~