We just love a good arch and it’s definitely something we’re doing throughout the McGee Home. No, I wouldn’t consider this a trend, since they have so much historical charm, but with the extra expense and work of creating them, you don’t see them often enough in today’s design. They can instantly make a space feel custom and beyond charming.

The main reason behind our inspiration is the McGee’s Home! It’s currently being built, and there’s a beautiful arch that’s built in the entrance:

file.jpgFrom our  California Traditional Project

From our California Traditional Project

From our  California Traditional Project

From our California Traditional Project

Design by  Regan Baker Design

Design by Regan Baker Design

From our  OC Ranch Remodel

From our OC Ranch Remodel

Design by  Mark D Sikes

Design by Mark D Sikes

Architecture by  Jan Gleysteen Architects  / Built by  Pioneer Construction

Architecture by Jan Gleysteen Architects / Built by Pioneer Construction



From our  Calabasas Remodel

From our Calabasas Remodel

Design by  Ali Ross Design

Design by Ali Ross Design

From our  California Traditional Project

From our California Traditional Project

YEs Design by  Amanda Orr Architects  /  Liz Godwin Interiors  / Photography by  Laurane Grichilders

YEs Design by Amanda Orr Architects / Liz Godwin Interiors / Photography by Laurane Grichilders

We understand that you might not have the opportunity for a rounded archway if you’re not working with a new build, remodel, or an older home with one included. You can still indulge in the beauty of the arch with a Darcie Cabinet or Piaf Mirror!

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