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.
This covered patio lets you enjoy the great outdoors in style. Exposed ceiling beams highlight the home's architectural style, while an open arched doorway to the backyard mirrors the arched doorways into the house.
A sophisticated living room with a beamed ceiling and arches for the Historic Macon Foundation's 2017 Design House was designed by Sally Draughon of Previews Interiors & Antiques in Georgia. The monochromatic space also had a glass-top coffee table with ram’s heads and horns for the metal base.
The designers wanted an open floor plan, but also one in which different areas (dining, living and kitchen) would feel somewhat separated and unique. Single wood beams, instead of more traditional decorative trusses, were installed on the ceiling so as not to have anything competing with the arched window.
This Houston estate in Hunters Creek Village, invites guests to relax in a calming, neutral living space providing natural views of the nearby outdoor patio, beautiful arched, high ceilings, or the wall-mounted flatscreen TV.
Dark wood arched doors add depth to the neutral, orange tones of this high ceiling foyer. The natural wood flooring and color scheme are livened by colorful abstract art and metallic greyhound statues.
An arched brick ceiling with exposed wood beams provides architectural interest in this spacious Tuscan Italian kitchen. Sage green cabinetry and terra cotta hexagonal tiles complete the old world style. A round dining table and two chairs provide extra seating next to the massive wood-topped kitchen island.
A Spanish-Mediterranean master bathroom with a dramatic vaulted ceiling features duel-arched vanities in a rich chocolate wood. Travertine tile is used for the floor. Mosaic tile trims the shower and elevated tub.
This may be a hard-working laundry room, but it feels anything like one. HGTV fan MrPeabody prevents a pure "utility" atmosphere by integrating the home's rustic architecture, wooden ceiling beams and warm pendant lighting.