Thursday Doors – English Beach Huts

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Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favourite door photos from around the world. Feel free to join in the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing your link in the comments’ on Norm’s site, anytime between Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American Eastern Time).

22 responses to “Thursday Doors – English Beach Huts

  1. What a fun post Andrew. We have a friend with his own beach hut in Devon and are very envious.

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  2. There is nothing quite like an English beach hut….

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  3. An original take on the theme

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  4. The beach huts in my town (none as smart as your examples) all have names, clever and funny; examples – Romeo & Julihut, Broken Hutted, Helmhut Lang, Huttie Jacques. In fact, you can see some of them on https://travels-with-my-camera.blog/2017/04/02/sunday-walk-on-isle-of-wight/. I would love one, but nowadays they are the same price as a small house used to be. I console myself by thinking that prices may drop soon as children no longer seem to want to dig sandcastles or play beach games by the water, preferring to be indoors with a screen in front of them!

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  5. There is one beach in Melbourne that has a long row of huts. They seldom come up for sale but when they do they bring as much as a fairly decent suburban house would bring. But they are really quite spectacular.

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  6. Always amused by these beach huts, Andrew. A very British thing, I think. It’s fun that they painted in such bright colors with each one being unique. –Curt

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  7. When I visited my home town last year I decided if I moved back to England I would definitely have my own beach hut!

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  8. They are so pretty, I’d love to turn our shed into one as a guest room.

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  9. These are fun photos 👍🏼

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