The arched entry and front door complement the arched windows found on this Mediterranean home located on Bird Key Island in Sarasota, Florida. Palm trees flank the entrance to perfectly accent the tropical surroundings.
A pair of dark wooden doors open up to the arched entry to the courtyard. Pendant lighting and floor lights keep the outdoor space well-lit during the evening. To the left, a small, rectangular water feature adds tranquility to the design.
This Los Angeles-area home is loaded with Mediterranean charm, from its arched front entry to its wrought-iron balconies to its lush landscaping. Italian tile graces the front steps, adding a custom touch to the home's curb appeal.
Indiana limestone, a slate roof, an antique door and a pendant lantern set the tone for this LEED-certified English Country manor home on Lake Keowee. The home's steep roof lines are characteristic of its Old World design style.
A wide stone arch leads to the manicured courtyard of this Spanish-style home in Austin. Terra cotta roofing, lanterns and weathered woods work hand-in-hand to evoke the feel of a timeless Mediterranean estate.
Even the driveway of this luxurious Miami Beach estate, known as Terra Veritatis, is spectacular. Lighted palms mark the path to the arched entry gate. Intricate detailing on the exterior wall reflects the design of the Mediterranean Revival mansion itself.
Mediterranean architectural themes are seen everywhere in this impressive yet very casual home. The half-round Spanish arches are seen throughout the interior and exterior and really tie the building together, defining spaces such as this elegant front entrance.
"Details are the difference between good and great," says the design team of this fully renovated transitional estate. In this instance, a Gothic arch on the brick garden wall offers a peak at the home's overall architectural inspiration. A warm, traditional lantern and potted greenery create an inviting entryway.
This compact eat-in kitchen uses cool blues and white with stainless appliances counterbalanced with the warmth of stained wood cabinets. In keeping with the arched entry to the dining room, the kitchen features an arched pass-through serving window.