Gothic home decorations and decorations, either you love it or you hate it. Dreaming of dry, pale pale red roses against a medieval throne chair is enough to make the macabre more macabre weak in the knees.
There are various types of Gothic decorations, ranging from art engraved with tombstones to more contained Gothic-Victorian themes. In any case, if you are a person who likes this type of interior design, the following 10 gothic decoration ideas will be of great benefit to you and the undead who live there.
Gothic living room: if you like to entertain guests, then a Gothic living room, with oak and mahogany furniture, earth tone walls, wooden floors, long candlesticks and large antique chairs will increase your reputation among your friends and relatives. You can also opt for doors and window panels, in a rusty look, weathered with stained glass film, to enhance the Gothic quotient of such a room.
Gothic bedrooms: the Gothic look can also be used to create a very romantic setting for couples’ bedrooms. Here, the large four-poster beds, in old-world models and rich and comfortable fabrics such as satin, matte silk, frothy fur and velvets are an absolute must. Lighting should also be gentle, in order to create a Gothic but romantic atmosphere. Hanging candle lanterns work particularly well.
Gothic garden: the sky is the limit, when you want to experience a Gothic garden, references to “Jasmine and Rose” aside …. Exotic, strange and shocking flowers and deadly night orchids adapt well. In terms of furnished accessories, you can try crying Gothic fountains, gargoyle statuettes or cast iron seats.
Gothic bathroom: such bathrooms should ideally have large area sizes in order to play with darkness and light. In such a bathroom, porcelain objects are highly valued. A black and white checkerboard floor would be a killer. Large mirrors with intricate medieval panels are also favored here. Even your shower and sink accessories can have medieval signatures or magical creature shapes. The warm glow of numerous purple and red candles shone on the water’s surfaces. Using dark candles or even dragon incense holders works quite well.
Gothic cuisine: such a kitchen should play with a variety of building materials that go well with the medieval theme. In particular, woodworking is necessary to add a touch of rustic simplicity to your kitchen. In addition to these, the shelves and lockers could use stones, colored glass and wrought iron. Plus, you could hang pots and plates from a low beam to add a touch of authenticity to the whole look for a Sweeney Todd feeling. To go one step further, try hanging a bat or battle ax on the wall. Also model your kitchen as the Vegan Black Metal Chef!
Gothic colors: oh horror, do you mean there is a color other than black? All other varieties of dark and bright colors go well with a Gothic setting. Here, you can choose to paint the walls of your home with different types of reds, purples and stone shades.
Gothic backgrounds: they are now widely available on the market, in a large number of interesting motifs and motifs. They are convenient to buy and you can experiment with different types of these, every few months.
Gothic lanterns: they can give a magnificent look to your living room, bedrooms and even bathrooms. For maximum effect, choose candle chandeliers that add a real atmosphere to your home.
Gothic figurines: they are available in the forms of a large number of mystical creatures such as dragons, gargoyles, skulls and more.
Fireplaces: a simple fireplace, with arched wooden forms, is perfect for your Gothic decor. If you want to experience the kind of atmosphere of Vampire Lord, shoot for a ridiculous marble mantel with a lion’s head.
by Jeff Bronson