Ogee is a type of architectural molding that is an S-shaped curve, with one convex and one concave curve. It is often used to decorate the edges of ceilings, walls, and other architectural elements, bracket feet, lambrequins and pediments. The ogee arch is a classic decorative element that has been used in architecture for centuries, and is still popular today. Its fluid curves give it a graceful, elegant look that soften what would otherwise be a hard edge.