Taylor - Wood Windows
We don't see the crown or baseboard here, but you can see the door frames are white and could imagine how this might translate. This also isn't mahogany, but you can see how the wood windows look.
Wood window, white trim, matching beams, lighter wood on ceiling. Imagine a stone fireplace...I know you didn't want dark beams, but that might be another way to pull it together if we can (need to keep working on beam options with John)
Wood window - white/cream trim
I like this a lot because there is great beauty in the linear elements of the doors and windows in this space; just like what we'll have in your space with the window frames on the curved rooms. The light from outside itself pulls in the light interior paint colors and frames the outside well.
I think the wood becomes too much on the ceiling, but here you see the painted trim and wood windows
Very nice example of the opposing materials on the windows and trimwork. Notice how the wood is picked up in the wall decor and light fixture hardware.
A few combinations to look at here. The door is dark like the entry door we looked at briefly and the floor is limestone. The windows are probably pine and the trim is of course painted
Large scale windows
See how the wood trim starts to dominate? This is beautiful. Whichever you choose will be enjoyable, it just depends on which you'd prefer to have in YOUR home.
I personally think the wood ceiling doesn't go well with the white windows in this room. Having some wood between the floor and ceiling might be nice to help tie the two together...even if you go with multiple wood types/stains.
beams matching windows, but with white window frames around
baseboard to match windows
trim & windows match
Wood on windows and trim, but ceiling painted white