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Door surround

A door surround is any moulding, opening or embellishment around a door or door opening. This is a key indicator of the style of the building. Door surrounds can have pediments, splays, and cornices, but always have jambs, reveals, and casings.

Art Deco - Kitchener
Loyalist - Queenston
Tudor Revival _ Sault St. Marie

Georgian - Port Hope

Georgian - lugged - Port Hope

Variations on Georgian
Edwardian - Flavelle House, Toronto
High Regency - Woodlawn Inn -Cobourg
Neo-Classical - Campbell House
Renaissance Revival - Hamilton
Colonial - Toronto
Edwardian - Toronto
Romanesque Revival - Toronto
Romanesque Revival - Woodstock
Second Empire - Hamilton
Georgian - Port Hope
Georgian with Fanlight - Port Hope
Edwardian - Hamilton
Georgian - Port Hope
Federal Revival - Langdon Hall
Edwardian - Belleville
Gothic - Creemore
Modern - Lumsden Dam
Italianate - London
International Style - Toronto
Neo-Classical - Grafton
Arts and Crafts - Train Station Galt
Regency - Prince Edward County
Prairie - Dundas
Beaux Arts - Train Station Hamilton
Mid-Century Modern - Toronto
Art Deco - Toronto
Art Deco - Ottawa
Mid-Century Modern - Toronto
Mid-Century Modern - Kitchener
Art Deco - Ottawa
Post Modern - Toronto
Second Empire - Toronto
Art Deco - Toronto