1,984 gothic Home Design Photos

Polhemus Savery DaSilva
2 Reviews
House at Cotchpinicut
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Gothic Revival StyleGothic revival homes are rare, but just about anyone can identify them quickly due to the signature pointed arch. In this extraordinary modern example, the expression of its theme is repeated clearly throughout the home. Be sure to click through to the page containing other photos
from the Gothic cathedrals in Europe; Gothic was one of the more significant fashions of architecture in the Middle Ages. Originally this style was popular as a revival in the middle of the 19th century in the United States, in suburban or rural settings.
“Stunning” — danielheather
Haddonstone Ltd
Haddonstone - Follies
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To many, Gothic gardens inspire mysterious thoughts, but stonework doesn't have to bring visions of cemeteries and tombstones. Arched windows, pillars or even just sections
Haddonstone Ltd Save to Ideabook Email Photo To many, Gothic gardens inspire mysterious thoughts, but stonework doesn't have to bring visions of cemeteries and tombstones. Arched windows, pillars or even just sections of stonework can add that touch of mystery while also creating
many, Gothic gardens inspire mysterious thoughts, but stonework doesn't have to bring visions of cemeteries and tombstones. Arched windows, pillars or even just sections of stonework can add that touch of mystery while also creating a great framework for climbing plants. Old stonework can be found in
“Gothic garden” — George-Anne Hinrichs
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
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Gothic Garden Features The pointed arch is without a doubt one of the most Gothic architectural features. Often seen in the majestic Gothic cathedrals of northern France and England, the pointed arch took over for the more rounded Romanesque arch in the 12th century. Here it is used as a beautiful
for the Gothic-style garden within. traditional landscape by Common Ground Landscapes Common Ground Landscapes Save to Ideabook Email Photo Enclosed Gothic gardens don't have to be dark and claustrophobic. Gothic buildings, such as the great medieval cathedrals of Europe, were light and airy, with a great
Gothic gate/door, plants around gate surround for privacy and intimacy
Gothic Garden FeaturesThe pointed arch is without a doubt one of the most Gothic architectural features. Often seen in the majestic Gothic cathedrals of northern France and England, the pointed arch took over for the more rounded Romanesque arch in the 12th century. Here it is used as a beautiful
“Creeper and door” — piprobbo
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Pine Street Carpenters & The Kitchen Studio
25 Reviews
History Restored
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Combining Gothic Revival architecture with Quaker influences - and a tower addition built in 1889 - "Edgewood" stands out in a region dominated by Colonial architecture. Photo by John Welsh.
This is a Gothic Revival home because of the flat roof, small arched windows, and the unique window shutters.
Gothic revival. Can't bear to delete for some reason.
“front of dream house” — ce_kemp
Beckwith Interiors
4 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
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through your gothic wine cathedral you settle into a cosy snug to enjoy a glass of very expensive wine! Wonderful !
The Gothic touches are inspired by the main house, which is a more traditional Gothic style. This nook off the wine cellar is primarily used as a cozy place for wine tastings. "I wanted to continue Gothic touches through to the pool house but explore how I could modernize it. I wanted touches of it
“Gate off” — nertas
Beckwith Interiors
4 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
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Continuing with the Gothic style, this staircase features a solid wood railing
with the Gothic style, this staircase features a solid wood railing that incorporates dramatic spires. Other details such as the circles under the hand rail and the custom acrylic light incorporate modern touches to this traditional style.
6. Wrap around. This Gothic-style staircase, with its solid
“Railing” — synergymillwork
Cravotta Interiors
17 Reviews
Malinard Manor - Bar
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old gothic doors and lots of brown
Gothic bar, ceiling.
design, gothic style
e and Gothic periods. All of the woodwork in this room is American walnut.
This Gothic manor house could very well be an extension of schoolmaster Dumbledore's office in Hogwarts.
gothic style...Gothic bed...GOTHIC FURNISHINGS...Gothic design
“Exquisitely detailed woodwork.” — laceyfauci
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Stamford Entry Foyer
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"The Gothic arched door became the inspiration for the interior arches from the entry hall to the adjoining rooms. And the fact that it's an old door adds greatly to the character of the house."
This room is modern and spacious, but the gothic arches and the antique wooden door give it a little
pointed gothic arches. Works every time.
“Hugh Jefferson Randolph ArchitectsSave to IdeabookEmail Photo 1. Foyer neglect. Mama always said you” — James Li
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