The Friday Five: Curved Windows

I’m a little late in writing today’s Friday Five, but the week was a full one! I was in Toronto today at a work meeting (academic work, not IDS-related), and on the train ride back to Waterloo, my colleagues and I got talking about our various approaches to design. Needless to say, they didn’t think that my all-white way of life was the ideal way to live (ha – don’t knock it until you try it, I say!). Anyway, in between talking about chandeliers, window seats, and cathedral ceilings, we chatted quite a bit about windows. All of our design talk has inspired tonight’s late-night Friday Five post.

Today’s five interiors feature some incredibly gorgeous (in my opinion) curved windows. I’ll have to poll my colleagues to see if they would agree.

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Have a great weekend, everyone!

5 Comments

  1. Rox-Anne January 24, 2015

    Have you seen the curved wall of windows at the AGO? It’s similar to your first photo, just a little bigger 🙂

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    • Jordana January 25, 2015

      I sure have! I love the AGO!

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  2. Jen @ RamblingRenovators January 26, 2015

    Love the rounded windows and rounded doors too for that matter. They feel very European to me.

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    • Jordana January 26, 2015

      Me too! There’s definitely an old-world charm to the rounded edges.

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  3. Boba February 1, 2015

    Love those windows and French doors! Gorgeous. Now if I could just figure out how to fit any of them into my reno (and pay for them)….

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