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.
Narrow curtains between the windows warms up the white windows, creating a cozy sitting area. A curved sectional and two patterned chairs provide comfortable seating, while a leopard-print rug fills the adjacent open space. A contemporary art piece makes a statement in this room's muted color palette.
This sprawling Mediterranean home features a stunning backyard with a luxury swimming pool and lush tropical plants. The curved perimeter of the pool complements the home's arched windows, expertly tying the landscape to the home's exterior.
Rustic cabinetry and copper are illuminated by a large curved wall of windows and simple pendant lighting. Accenting the Southwest-style kitchen, a round stamped concrete countertop is a unique alternative for a kitchen breakfast bar.
A long, curved wall of oversized windows allows natural light to fill this modern playroom, creating a bright atmosphere perfect for hours of play. Tasteful splashes of color ensure the space is appealing to kids and adults alike.
This master suite's vestibule was designed in a half-elliptical shape, turning it into an intriguing little jewel box. Its graphic styling mimics the building's windows. The artist-built door is made of curved metal and glass.
Built on a design of Frank Lloyd Wright's that never came to fruition, this ultimate contemporary dream home brings '40s classic into the modern day with curved walls and rooms, 360 degree windows and of course a great view.
The texturally painted suspended ceiling highlights the clawfoot tub in this master bathroom as the focal point. The floor to ceiling windows bring the outdoors in. Tiled walls highlight the curved architecture and bring charm into this elegant space.
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.
Classic marble flooring and an antique side table blend beautifully with a freestanding soaker tub in this Victorian-meets-contemporary master bath. A cafe curtain-inspired window treatment adds privacy and casual flair. Keeping the upper part of the window bare means the homeowners are able to show off the Victorian home's original curved millwork.
The gently curved family room includes a handsome and large wet bar, multiple seating areas and big windows looking out onto Vancouver's cityscape. The patterned sectional provides maximum comfort while still allowing for a generous walkway through the space.
Sleek dark cabinets, a stainless steel range hood and curved layout make this kitchen a real show-stopper. Large picture windows provide a stunning view of the lake and allow lots of natural light to fill the kitchen.
Soothing green wallpaper covered in butterflies makes venturing to the end of this hallway an enlightening experience. A multicolored tapestry and rug soften the space, while a curved Asian-style chair by the window provides a seat for self-reflection.
Black-framed chairs mimic the dark trim of the windows and sliding door, creating a cohesive look in this updated midcentury modern dining room. The curved lines of the dramatic light fixture and funky candle holders help soften these heavy lines.