Porch and vestibule, indeed, were unduly large in proportion to the house, and formed, as it were, a big room with the front door
at one end, and the bottom of the staircase at the other.
ONCE upon a time there was a very beautiful doll's house; it was red brick with white windows, and it had real muslin curtains and a front door
and a chimney.
His manner, too, was singularly distrait: he neither responded to their salutations nor so much as looked at them, but walked slowly across the room in the light of the failing fire and opening the front door
passed out into the darkness.
"I know; but you don't want it but fifteen minutes, to carry the nonnamous letter and shove it under the front door
Its roof was of black slate, with bright unweathered ridge-tiling; its walls were of blood-coloured brick, cornered and banded with vermiculated stucco work, and there was cobalt, magenta, and purest apple-green window-glass on either side of the front door
. The whole was fenced from the road by a low, brick-pillared, flint wall, topped with a cast-iron Gothic rail, picked out in blue and gold.
Be sure and lock the front door
. I'll go out the back.
"By Heaven, I will take stick and knapsack and walk right away from my own front door
, right away where the road leads, and see what happens.
Occasionally he came in, stirred the small fire which sufficed for the increasing mildness of the spring, and went out again; sometimes pausing at the front door
, going on to the drawing-room, then returning again to the front door
His unhappiness as a merchant lay in the fact that when a traveling man with wares to be sold came in at the front door
he was afraid.
As he reached the open front door
he caught the sound of voices, and paused for an instant, almost unconsciously, to place them.
The o]d woman came out of her front door
, dragging a chair, on which she coolly seated herself on the tiny stoop at the top of the steps.
Also, on the sides of the pathway leading up to the front door
of the castle, were rows of tin statuary, very cleverly executed.