This Spanish guest room features fun spaces for kids, including custom-built bunk beds with an arched window that peeks into an adjoining sitting area. Arched openings throughout the home provide continuity in the space.
Arched open doorways create stylish movement throughout the turns of this foyer design. A sea green wall color softly livens up the space. Hardwood floor is used in each room for a cohesive and polished finish.
Traditional furnishings in a warm color palette set the tone for a comfortable living space in this Austin home. A stone accent wall with an arched opening leads to a clean-lined kitchen with Tuscan-inspired design elements.
Arched openings are replicated throughout this Austin home, which features Spanish-style architectural details. A beamed ceiling, rough stone wall and decorative niche add character to the dining room, while a rear doorway leads to a wine cellar.
This traditional, open plan great room contrasts dark hardwoods with gray walls and gray and white upholstery to provide a light, airy feel. Highlights include a candelabra-style wrought iron chandelier, arched openings, and a neutral diamond-pattern area rug.
The open floor plan incorporates distinct functional spaces — dining, main living room and informal sitting area — defined by arched openings, area rugs, and groupings of furniture. Amanda's new home studio is in a space adjacent to the main living room.
Touches of turquoise stand out in this elegant, traditional master bath retreat. Light stone finishes contrast with dark-stained cabinetry to bring emphasis to the vanity area. A barrel-vaulted ceiling and arched openings create continuity and add architectural interest.
Stone walls with an arched opening encompass this beautiful back porch. The natural stone look is a great contrast to the smooth ceiling and polished stone floor. Cushioned seating options create a comfortable spot to enjoy the beautiful pool and outdoor fireplace.
An antique etching in this dining room repeats the arched opening, which leads into the waxed brick foyer. The concentrated lighting pulls the eyes to the beautifully-framed artwork. Shell napkin holders and neutral linens set the mood for a relaxed champagne brunch.
Heavily distressed flooring and ceiling beams turn the hallway of this Austin home into a standout space in its own right. Dark trim pops against the off-white walls and ceiling, and a row of lanterns mimics the lines of the arched openings.
Architect Julia Morgan, whose original design is seen in the curved detail of the front entry and doors in the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015, often placed an emphasis on an interplay between exterior and interior spaces. The French doors seen here open wide to create a continuous gathering area between the front garden and entry.
Mosaic tile, ceiling beams and a built-in vanity area are among the custom touches in this Tuscan-inspired master bathroom in Austin. An arched opening leads to a tiled tub. The room is spacious enough for a tall, freestanding cabinet that provides extra storage.
An angled wood ceiling with exposed beams and a large fireplace with stone surround create a rustic, masculine framework in this living room. Mediterranean-style furnishings soften the space with a comfortable, casual feel. A large, arched opening allows for seamless indoor-outdoor entertaining.
This warm, luxurious kitchen features dark wood finishes, exposed beams and arched openings throughout. A peninsula offers extra seating, while a breakfast room opens to the space. Faux finished walls continue into the living areas. Integrated wood-paneled appliances add to the room's warmth.
Arched openings, faux finished walls and weather wood ceiling beams bring this home's castle-like architectural detail into the expansive chef's kitchen. Dark wood cabinets complement the wood floors, while a stone surround adds drama to the cooking station. A peninsula offers extra seating.
This Santa Barbara-style estate in Austin features all the hallmarks of Spanish Revival style, including stone finishes, arched openings and a terra cotta tile roof. A three-car garage and arched stone gate leading to a landscaped courtyard are among its many luxurious and custom touches.
This cool, crisp and airy space serves as both relaxing master retreat and functional workspace for the homeowner. An arched open doorway connects the serene bedroom to the en-suite bath and adjoining workspace. Cool colors, ample lighting and sleek flooring bring continuity to the contemporary rooms.
No detail has been missed in this stunning French-themed home design. The simple lines of the structure blend well with outside details -- rustic landscaping, a swimming pool, arched openings, columns and a pergola for dining. Together these elements form a cohesive layout for a beautiful home.