Arched doors and windows

Popular minimalist and contemporary styles dictate clean and straight lines, but the fact is that curves soften any space and make it more inviting, they add interest to the space. One of the easiest ways to incorporate curves into your home decor is through arched doors and windows, all while adding ultimate elegance to your space.

Arched doors

An arched door can be seen not only in historical buildings, as you would normally expect, but everywhere – in contemporary, boho, modern, Scandinavian and other spaces – and you can easily create a contrast between the style of the room and the door. An arched door adds sophisticated elegance, vintage flair, chic and beauty to any room, from the bathroom to the entryway. It can be an open door, e.g. B. between a bedroom and a bathroom, or around a kitchen and pantry, so you might find some separation, but not too much. If you want doors, use arched French doors to add even more chic and daring to your style. Such doors always make the space hidden there more special, no matter what it is and what decor you choose.

arched windows

An arched window is a catchy and cool take on a traditional window, whether it’s original or you made it yourself. An arched window brings no less exquisiteness, chic and elegance than a door. It will easily highlight farmhouse, vintage and any formal style or contrast a modern, minimalist or even industrial space softening it. Opt for oversized arched windows to flood the space with natural light and, where appropriate, enjoy the view. Integrate outdoor access if available. Highlight an arched window with a window seat or contrasting shutters. We recommend avoiding curtains with such windows, or at least not covering them completely, as you will not see the beauty of your arched part.

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