In the west tower of the home, the wood-paneled library features a floor-to-ceiling beachstone and driftwood chimney breast under a beamed and vaulted ceiling. An arched door leads to a waterfront balcony.
A natural rock structure frames an arch door and window for a fun, textural, castle-like effect in this basement hall. The rock finish is highlighted by the smooth beige walls surrounding it. Hardwood floors and white molding finish the traditional look.
This is the exterior of the Phipps' home after renovation by the Fixer Upper team. The exterior was given a fresh update, a la Joanna, with gray-green paint, new shutters in natural wood finish, a new arched door and reworked columns with corbels.
A brick driveway adds texture leading up to the smooth front exterior of the home. Potted trees and mirrored garden sections frame the way to the arched wood front doors. Above the door, columns support the covered balcony. Exterior lighting illuminated both stories for a warm finish.
Arched doors frame this bright and airy living room, which features a large stone fireplace and glass coffee table. The decor takes on a Mediterranean vibe with its earthy blue and brown floral upholstered furniture and pillows, and the bronze urns with green ivy that sit on the mantel.
A small tiled floor strip running through this long bathroom matches the small tile frame of the shower with glass door and neutral marble interior. An archway frames the bathtub cubby creating a bright cut out in the room. Fitting the furniture along the walls leaves the floor space available for free movement through the room.
This unique "cocktail pool" is flanked by two dramatic bronze fountain scuppers as well as a limestone fireplace. Custom pavers and painted brick walls are softened by warm landscape elements, including a pair of potted topiaries sculpted to mimic the Gothic lines of an arched door reached by custom iron stairs.
Make a grand statement with your entryway. Here, beautiful arched doors lead into a spacious foyer with an eclectic mix of styles. A contemporary table is paired with a traditional black mirror and simple accessories for an eye-pleasing vignette, while a fur area rug adds warmth to the rustic hardwood floors.
Located in the original Detroit Fire Department Headquarters, a circa-1929 Neoclassical building, the Detroit Foundation Hotel opened in 2017. Authentic firehouse features, such as the iconic red arched doors where the fire engines would pass, have been maintained. Original glazed brick tiles seamlessly mesh with modern lighting fixtures by Incite Design.