The Gothic style in the modern interior design
For a long time, the Gothic has experienced a new comeback in fashion and music. It also serves as inspiration for many interior designers. The examples below show you how you can beautify your surroundings so.
The Gothic interior is called still neo-Baroque
Primarily, we recognize the neo-Baroque on the common dark shades
The Gothic fits many different styles
It would be wrong to bring the Gothic style with a certain style in conjunction. It can be due to many different styles. Using Gothic elements, you can provide a room with the drama typical for this style.
Dark wallpaper patterns make apparent the Gothic character
It is really difficult to describe the Gothic in a few words. It of kinda dark and works especially antique. Best you see the pictures below, what we exactly mean.
As a interior designer of the Gothic scene, which has established Abigail Ahern
The perfect reading room
The Gothic would provide the right atmosphere in a living room style, in which you can relax and read. To achieve the typical drama, you could mix wonderfully together blue and green.
“Tone on tone” may be quite well by subtly applied light or color accents
Plant motifs and decoration from real flowers would wonderfully reminiscent of the ornamentation typical for this architecture direction.
With art you could continue to reinforce the connection to Gothic.
A Gothic design works surprisingly well in white
An exotic ambience for celebrations and events
The Gothic is a topic which can make something exotic from any action. She can continue to make charming and incomparable to a room. In a bigger house, we would recommend Gothic accessories therefore for the dining room or for any environment where larger festivals are organized.
Ornaments and velvet to be a Gothic touch, without being deep black
Wonderfully, the Gothic can be introduced through the colors and theme of wall-paper. Still, the ornamentation in Gothic style would be appropriate. She may by various objects, as for example, candlestick will be introduced.
Dimmed light and antique furniture create a gloomy mood
Not only the candles, but also the candle holders can be extravagant
Botanical elements and minimalist Gothic for the bathroom
The Gothic has also found a minimalist expression in modern designs. She is reduced to their essential characteristics and criteria. The combination of botanical elements is also very resourceful in this respect. As pointed out several times, these elements make always a part of her character.
Gothic elements can be combined with the elegance of the 50s like
A background in black or grey change the color effect of the items
Monochrome elegance and mystical atmosphere
The sinister design by Abigail Ahern has a typical recognition
A combination of plants and minimalism with gloomy Gothic character fits anywhere. That looks but especially great in unexpected places like the bathroom.
A magnificent chandelier is in every house of the eye-catcher
Abigail Ahern – portrait
The Gothic is experiencing a modern comeback in the work of the designer Abigail Ahern. You mixes glitz and glamour with the feeling of gloom and darkness. This mix has managed and completely because of the great selection of objects and on the basis of their talent to deal deftly with lighting.
Gothic and kitsch
We conclude with our favorite example for the modern usage of the Gothic style in the interior design. The result is something really personal. In such a setting, it seems to show the joy of life and the feeling of gloom and melancholy, to emphasize the bright and the dark side of an and the same thing.