A wall of windows allows natural light to flood this room creating a sunny indoor space with a gorgeous outdoor view. A natural wood ceiling fits beautifully with the soft neutral color scheme. Matching sofas featuring a striped base with solid seat cushions for a mix of texture.
Fun fact: The reason Colonial architecture tends to feature windows with many small “lights” (individual panes) is that the British imposed high import taxes on large pieces of glass sent into the Colonies.
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.
A curved wall of windows defines this girl's room as anything but run of the mill. Cheery lavender patterned shades and curtains complement the green loveseat and chairs, while a large area rug provides a soft place on which little ones can play.
A large white sofa is accented with two red satin pillows that coordinate with two red chairs in this second-floor contemporary living room. Architecturally stunning curved windows fill the space with natural light.
The neutral sofa in this pale blue sitting room is anything but plain. With its curvy shape and fringed bottom, it complements the curved window design. A skirted armchair, small end table and metallic floor lamp complete the look.
A series of curved windows slope with the steps of this curvaceous staircase, one of myriad design details that set this Greenwich, Connecticut, home apart. White walls create a gallery-like effect throughout the space, while custom iron stair rails and dramatic lighting give it contemporary flair.