Adjacent to the family kitchen, this arched breakfast nook with dramatic Craftsman-inspired windows has ample seating for four or more, thanks to a large window seat that does double duty as a banquette.
Reminiscent of a European villa, this luxurious home features balconies, a portico, a tile roof, decorative arches, columns and high ceilings — all hallmarks of Mediterranean style. The generously sized home boasts more than 11,000 square feet, including five bedrooms, multiple staircases, an elevator, a circular driveway and a three-car garage.
Square brown, white, beige and grey mosaic tiles have been used on the walls and around the bathtub in this small bathroom. An arched mirror, medicine cabinet, pedestal sink and toilet are also in the room. In the shower, two built-in shelves providing plenty of storage.
A rose trellis on the arched front gate ushers visitors into the lush and colorful garden pathway to this remodeled, private country cottage. Nestled on nearly a quarter of an acre, the home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a detached art studio and is approximately 2,127 square feet.
With over 14,000 square feet of livable space, the Coral Gables estate offers several common living areas. The formal living room features mint green walls, arched windows and a two-way wood burning fireplace.
Victorian, square section columns and arched screens emphasize room thresholds. Traditionally inspired wall covering designs and paint schemes provide the backdrop for the intimate dining room.
Collaboration with the interior designer introduced period wallpaper designs, colorful mosaic tiles and rich fabrics and furnishings, adding texture and depth to the home’s enticing character.
An arched doorway leads into this elegant, understated dining room. A table for eight sits atop a beautiful hardwood floor, with a wall-length painting hanging parallel to the table. The room is full of natural light thanks to numerous windows, including high square windows.
From the water, the view of this 18,000-square-foot Miami Beach estate is pristine and spectacular. An arched portico runs along the rear central wing of the home, which was built in 1937 in the Mediterranean Revival style. The property has undergone an extensive renovation to turn it into a great space for modern living and entertaining.
Blown glass chandeliers, acrylic chairs and a row of cosmic pendants bring a feeling of lightness to this open, modern loft. Carved from the top floor of a century-old St. Louis warehouse, the 7,500-square-foot loft features 18-foot ceilings, original arched windows and industrial elements like exposed brick, concrete columns and metal piping. The open concept design is ideal for entertaining.
This stylish black stove and oven set up is trimmed in stainless steel. Matching cabinets surrounding the appliance and a matching range above fill the white cubby and arched frame. A square tile backsplash adds a sheen to polish the look of the design.