The exterior of this traditional Spanish-style home has a brick walkway, an arched entryway and a red tile roof. Landscape lighting illuminates the entry to the home and iron gate details can be seen on the left.
Chip and Joanna expanded this kitchen entryway by cutting a wide archway, making both the kitchen and the dining room feel larger. Twin modern-industrial style chandeliers illuminate the kitchen island and dining table, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
Arches covered in creeping fig vines lead to the back entry of this elegant home. A neutral stone patio provides timeless flooring without distracting from the beautiful architectural details of the walkway.
This outdoor room has arched stone walls that frame the loggia. An orange sofa and two cushioned chairs create a conversation area. The loggia's floor is tiled in stone and the interior walls are a peachy stucco.
This bathroom does amazing things with shape: The entrance is a wood-paneled arch with a slim cutout at the top for a light. A rectangular vanity and vessel sink get a round mirror companion. And over the freestanding oval bathtub, a chandelier twinkles with many tiny star lights.
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.
An arched hall leads to this luxurious walk-in closet outfitted with classic brown and beige tones. A shrine to clothes and accessories of all styles, the walk-in closet boasts wall-to-wall built-ins for ample storage space.
An arched doorway leads into this elegant, understated dining room. A table for eight sits atop a beautiful hardwood floor, with a wall-length painting hanging parallel to the table. The room is full of natural light thanks to numerous windows, including high square windows.