One of the primary goals in the design of this kitchen was to fill the space with sunlight. A huge arched window over the sink does the job beautifully. The window—along with the oversized light fixture—also balances out the height of the vaulted ceiling.
The newly white painted arched windows in the family room that Leanne and Steve Ford renovated together, painting the trim on the windows a bright white created a much more bright and airy room as seen on Restored by the Fords.
Exposed wood ceiling beams add texture to this neutral transitional living room. An oversized sectional sofa and area rug define the sitting area where a flat-screen TV is mounted above a marble fireplace. Tall arched windows fill the room with natural light.
This unique bar area is abundant with color and creativity. Custom crafted wood cabinets and arched windows follow the circular pattern of the stairs and ceiling. The deep blue tile combines the natural light and green landscaping with the interior of this open bar area.
A triptych of arched glass windows surround wrap-around window seating in a neutral transitional dining room. A hammered copper breakfast tabletop is an elegant touch while a mix of funky patterned pillows add a fun splash of color.
A side entrance allows for easy access to a study, convenient for the homeowner who often conducts business and meets with clients from home. The large, east-facing window lets sunlight stream into the house.
The great room completely opens up to an adjacent deck; a phantom screen drops down to keep out bugs without blocking the view. Looking into the home shows off the beautifully-planned—and perfectly aligned—series of arches.
This conservatory-style room boasts a deep green wall and ceiling color inspired by the lush plants that fill the space. A writing desk tucked in the corner takes advantage of the natural light that streams through the adjacent windows. A vintage white armchair and sheer curtains help to break up the green space.