Gothic in 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 to use it to enhance your ambience.
The Gothic in the interior is still called Neo-Baroque
Primarily, we recognize the Neo-Baroque from the generally dark shades
The Gothic fits many different styles
It would be wrong to associate Gothic with a certain style. It can be suitable for many different styles. Using Gothic elements, you can create a room with the drama typical of this style.
Gloomy wallpaper patterns make the Gothic character all the more obvious
It is really difficult to describe the Gothic in a few words. It is somehow dark and looks very antique. The best way to see what we mean by the pictures below.
Abigail Ahern has established himself as the interior designer of the gothic scene
The perfect reading room
The Gothic style would provide the right atmosphere in a living room where you can relax and read. To achieve the typical drama, you could mix wonderful blue and green.
“Tone-on-tone” can quite well come into its own, based on discreetly set light or color accents
Plant motifs and decorations made of real flowers would be a wonderful reminder of the ornamentation typical of this architectural style.
With art, you could continue to strengthen the connection to the Gothic.
A Gothic design works surprisingly well in white
An exotic ambience for parties and events
Gothic is a topic that can make something exotic out of any event. It can continue to make a room charming and incomparable. In a larger house we would therefore recommend gothic accessories for the dining room or for any ambience where larger celebrations are organized.
Embellishments and velvet can have a Gothic touch without being deep black
The Gothic can be introduced wonderfully by the colors and theme of the wallpaper. Furthermore, the executed in Gothic style ornamentation would be appropriate. It can be introduced through various items, such as candlesticks.
Antique furniture and dimmed light create a dark mood
Not only the candles, but also the candlesticks can be extravagant
Botanical elements and minimalist Gothic for the bathroom
The Gothic has also found a minimalist expression in modern designs. It is reduced to its essential characteristics and criteria. The combination with botanical elements is also very inventive in this regard. As emphasized several times, these elements always make up a part of their character.
Gothic elements can be combined with the elegance of the 50s
A background in black or graphite gray changes the color effect of the objects
Monochrome elegance and mystical atmosphere
The dark design of Abigail Ahern has a typical recognition value
A combination of plants and minimalism with a dark Gothic character fits everywhere. But this looks especially great in unexpected places like the bathroom.
A magnificent chandelier is the eye-catcher in every house
Abigail Ahern -Portait
The Gothic is experiencing a modern comeback in the work of designer Abigail Ahern. It mixes glamor and glamor with the feeling of gloominess and darkness. This mix works well and completely because of the great selection of objects and because of their talent, cleverly deal with lighting.
Gothic and kitsch
Let’s conclude with our favorite example of the modern use of Gothic in interior design. This creates something really personal. In such an ambience, one seems to show the joie de vivre and the feeling of gloom and melancholy, how to emphasize the light and the dark side of one and the same thing.