You’d have to be living under a rock not to have noticed today’s interiors trend. I’ve been seeing it everywhere – from mirrors and ceilings to entryways and fireplaces. The arch design trend is in full swing. And I have to say, while it’s been popping up for a while, I’m still just as obsessed. What about you?
I’ve rounded up nine drool-worthy examples of arches in interiors to show you how to stay ahead of the curve (wink) with arch inspo from decoration to DIY to full on renovation.
1. (above) I love the shape repetition with the mirror and fireplace from Bicker Design. It definitely brings your eye up to see the whole space and I really like how it plays with the curves of the sofa and coffee table. You can’t see the coffee table in this photo, but if you click through to the link, you’ll see.
2. This oversized, arched headboard from Three Birds Renovations is basically perfect. Maybe I’m crazy, but wouldn’t this make an amazing upholstered headboard DIY?! I mean, I did just buy a jigsaw, so I’m kinda obligated to at least try it, right?!
3. How beautiful is this arched Italian ceiling in the Masseria San Giovanni from archilovers? This space is actually a hotel, so all I really need to know is…when is check-in???
4. I love how this bathroom from Owen Architecture brings a lot of attention to the arch way by using squared tiles and sharp edges everywhere else.
5. These arched windows and doors from Sans Arc Studio make this space feel extremely playful and elevated at the same time. I love the contrast of the dark window frame and mullions and the light wood door.
6. Function and fashion go hand in hand with these built in arched shelves from Apartment34.
7. Arched doorway, arched ceiling, arched island, oh my! This space from Hogg and Lamb really embraces the arched trend in several places…there’s even an arch detail over at the dining room table. Bonus points for a perfectly placed pup in this minimalist space btw.
8. Want to get on board with this trend ASAP? If you have the cash, adding a free-standing arch mirror like this one from Douglas and Bec is a great alternative to remodeling. It’s pricey but so beautiful AND costs less than a reno budget would be, right? Similar to what Douglas and Bec owner, Bec Dowie, did in her own space via Sight Unseen.
So now that you’ve seen some options, what do you think? Is the arch design trend obsession-worthy? I’d love to hear your thoughts!