The monastic simplicity of a simple, unadorned arch is an inspiring sight. The repetition of the classic arch down a long hallway creates a timeless look.
Even modest homes can benefit from the historic flourish that an arch can provide. The tightest of arches in the tightest of hallways elevates the home's look and adds to its property value.
Framing an arched doorway in thick, rich wood adds a layer of luxury and grandness to large rooms.
Go the extra mile with custom interior doors fitted to your wood-framed arched doorways. Just lovely.
Most room views don't endlessly unfold, so finishing off a sequence of arches with a relief wall niche is a clever idea.
Mixing and matching linear and arched doorways gives a space a New Traditional look with flair.
This bathroom may be a throwback to old Roman baths, but the decision to showcase the arches at two different heights on the same elevation is a modern twist that results in a delightful surprise.
If you must use multiple arches, confining them to one small room, such as a bathroom, is a good idea.
A wider span can be accommodated with a modified arch.
An extra-high ceiling allows you to play with geometry and create an extra-wide classic arch. The end result gives an exotic, even bohemian, feel to this sitting area.
Moving from the indoors out, an unforgettable Renaissance-style arcade can serve as the entryway to your home.
The arcade concept need not be fully built out. Just the facade is enough to imply a sense of historical significance even in new homes.
Think about using an arched doorway to create an inviting seating alcove off a patio.