A huge round window and tree-trunk side table bring hobbit-like charm to the master bathroom. A pebbled floor and marble backsplash add plenty of luxury too. Designed by Bill Moore, Chris Reebals and Emory Ratliff
To make a stunning frame for this master bedroom's harbor view, the designers customized a round set of windows and doors that practically fill up one entire wall. The pale palette of the room's interior also draws attention to the outdoor scenery.
Littles get their own bathroom with a dressing table, sweet-as-can-be round window and mosaic tiles in a pretty blue-and-white pattern on the floor. Blue painted beadboard gives the walls depth and texture.
This master bedroom has a vaulted ceiling and a unique round window, both elements making the space feel as light as air. The design goal was to create a serene retreat; muted colors and comfortable furnishings do the job nicely.
Layers of pattern in gray and white (the same color palette keeps the look from being too busy) make a delicate, so pretty setting in this spa bathroom. The round porthole window is a fun nod to the home's waterfront location.
Small, special design elements make a house into a home. This rustic stone sink near a garden is built in an asymmetrical manner, making it look like an element from a centuries-old structure. The round window is unique and cheery.
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.
For a larger feeling in the office space, designers used rounded, floor-to-ceiling doors an windows, drawing the eye upward to the pitched ceiling and recessed lighting, creating a bright, warm and inviting space.
A round table provides ample seating for larger parties, but keeps the mood intimate with guests in easy conversational reach. The view from the table takes advantage of the home's beautiful forest setting.
Once a wasted space in the form of a dated double height covered front door area, this nook is now a treasured retreat. By flooring the once open space and adding a window seat, bookcases and table, this is now a cherished spot to lounge and read a book, do homework or play a game.
A huge window frames in part of the city skyline, adding it to the art on display in this apartment living room. The smooth, rounded edges of the lovely side tables bring a softening touch to the space.