One must-have in the future McGee Home: Archways!
01/24 Design Tips

One must-have in the future McGee Home: Archways!

A round up of one of our favorite architectural details!

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:

One must-have in the future McGee Home: Archways!
One must-have in the future McGee Home: Archways!
One must-have in the future McGee Home: Archways!
One must-have in the future McGee Home: Archways!
One must-have in the future McGee Home: Archways!
One must-have in the future McGee Home: Archways!
Design by Mark D Sikes
One must-have in the future McGee Home: Archways!
Architecture by Jan Gleysteen Architects / Built by Pioneer Construction
One must-have in the future McGee Home: Archways!
One must-have in the future McGee Home: Archways!
Design by Ali Ross Design
One must-have in the future McGee Home: Archways!
One must-have in the future McGee Home: Archways!
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!

Darcie Cabinet
Piaf Mirror
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  1. Does this mean I get to keep my 90’s arched cabinet doors? They are in great shape and it seems wasteful to tear them out. I’m so torn!

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