Round windows add architectural interest to this carriage house's exterior. The windows, which are set in curved walls, have their brick tipped out and pitched down to drain water. A beautiful cupola crowns the structure, adding height to its design.
Expansive windows on the facade of this renovated transitional estate allow the light fixtures to be viewed as you approach the house. Interesting curved lines and gables characterize the home's exterior.
The exterior of this large brick home is inspired by several Old World European styles. Curved archways and windows, Juliette balconies, brick balustrades, a dormer window, potted topiary and ceramic lions are a few details that set this home apart.
Tall vertical windows bring natural light into the home while also adding texture and rhythm to the home’s design. A curved concrete path leads to the outdoor living space tucked into the covered porch.
This light and airy modern loft living space is created by combining comfortable, curved furniture with mixed textures, such as the leather tufted sofa and mohair, gray sofas. The brick walls have been painted a neutral white shade highlighting the curves of the three large windows.
The curved ceiling of the Fennell House is made of Douglas fir and the floors are Brazilian cherry. The floating home’s windows face west affording the open living space sunset views over the Willamette River.
An oval shaped custom steel tub is nestled in front of a curved, stacked stone wall and crowned by a multi-globe chandelier. The cantilevered silestone counter meets the lower cabinet beneath window seamlessly.