A custom Kravet sofa and custom cornice follow the lines of a curved window in this seaside living room. A demi-lune mantel on the sleek marble fireplace continues the room's sinuous lines, as do the oval table and arched doorway. All add emphasis to the curved window featuring a stunning ocean view.
The half-timbers and stucco siding on the second story of this home is a classic design element of the Tudor-revival style. Arched doorways, sloping-curved roof lines and leaded windows are also indicative of the style.
During this 1920s home's renovation, the kitchen was opened up to the family room via this graceful arched doorway. The detail echoes the unique curved cabinets of the home's original architecture seen here in the kitchen and elsewhere throughout the house.
This single vanity bathroom features a neutral countertop paired with a wooden rectangular sink and medium grain wood cabinets. A curved wall covered in chocolate square tiles acts as a backsplash, while a doorway leads to a separate glass enclosed shower and toilet area.
A circular bar makes great use of an unusual space at the foot of a romantic wooden staircase. Metallic tile transitions to stone, visually separating the inner bar from the guest-friendly area. Arched windows and an arched doorway continue the curved design of the stairs and bar.
This interior dining space gets a grand treatment, with seating for 14, along with dramatic lighting in the form of a spindly chandelier that creates interesting shadow play on the molded ceiling. An arched fireplace follows the room's uniquely curved lines. Meanwhile, arched doorways lead to the home's wine chambers.
The view is sweeping in this Mediterranean-inspired foyer featuring faux wood beams, travertine floors and a filigreed chandelier. The arched doorway and windows echo the feminine curves of the circular entryway.
Gray walls and limestone flooring create a serene, elegant entry that allows the curving staircase to shine. A silver chandelier adds drama to the space and keeps with the tonal gray color palette. Molding replaces brick on the doorways for a more classic, simple look.
Rich finishes and ornate detailing adorn every inch of this Colleyville, Texas, luxury home. The dining room features a detailed ceiling bordered by elaborate molding, as well as Corinthian columns, arched doorways and faux-finished walls. Swirling wrought-iron rails twist their way up the curving stairway.
Clean lines and contemporary furniture mix with traditional lighting and Mediterranean design details in this California dining room. Curved lines create harmony in the space, from the arched doorways to the recessed ceiling dome to the round mirror above a modern console. Black and white art is a theme that carries through other rooms in the home's 11,000-square-foot interior. A wall-size pocket door opens this space to one of a series of outdoor courtyards.