This three-story Brooklyn brownstone, dating back to the 1890s, was entirely renovated to its original luster by Chango and Co.
Large arched doorways framed by columns dress up entrances with a classic look that also contributes to an open feel and flow between rooms.
This minimalist home uses its arched, open doorways to highlight pieces of furniture and accessories, like the rug and pedestal table seen here.
An arched opening is a graceful connection between two areas of this kitchen.
The open foyer offers views up into the various levels of the residence and is surrounded by beautiful examples of the home's molding and stone work.
Patterned club chairs sit in front of an arched doorway framed by silk draperies in this sitting area. A baby blue based lamp accents the illuminating white arched doorway.
A large arched doorway welcomes occupants onto the covered porch, lit by sconces and twinkling lanterns.
This gallery wall is a playful complement to the open arched doorway and foyer, the frames' clean angles a visually interesting contrast to the swoops and curves.
A pretty arched open doorway and textured blue wallpaper make an elegant frame for this fireplace and game table. Scrabble, anyone?
The home's beautiful original details, including wide arched open doorways and hardwood floors, have been lovingly maintained over the nearly 100 years since the home was built.
To keep small spaces like this hallway from feeling closed off and dark, designers added stained-glass windows to fill the area with natural light.
Wide porches mimic indoor living rooms and have a grand feel with arched doorways and columns looking out onto pools and waterfront views.
This kitchen "spills" into the great room and features a stone block arched doorway as well as pendant lights and an eat-in bar countertop.
Yellow striped wallpaper is used in this upper hallway to create a fresh and welcoming look. A crisp, white arched doorway leads to a white bedroom.
Three arched doorways create a dramatic entry to the bright and cheerful, yellow sitting room. Transom lights make the lofty 16 inch ceilings seem even taller.
A bold blue art piece stands out against the red-orange walls of this eclectic niche. A wooden bench mirrors the warm palette of the walls and completes the space just inside the arched doorway.
Two large arched doorways sweep across this outbuilding, opening up a sightline all the way through the interior and making an intriguing, dynamic space. A shade sail floats out from the exterior, cooling the patio on bright days.
An arched brick entry and peaked, beamed ceiling makes the walls of this Spanish dining room seem curved, like peering through a keyhole. Carved, heavy furniture fits with the home's architecture.