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Continuing with the Gothic style, this staircase features
Continuing 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
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Pool House & Wine Cellar
Up to 2,000 bottles can be stored in futuristic Gothic arches that are made out of acrylic and illuminated by LED lighting. Jamie had to make sure that the acrylic would be able to withstand the weight of the wine bottles without cracking. Jamie loves to experiment with unexpected textures, materials
Gothic arches and blue lit acrylic tubes make this a wine cellar worthy of a sci-fi overlord. See more photos of this project
Beckwith. "Nashville is becoming more sophisticated and universal, and many of our clients are looking for that same aesthetic." Beckwith combined Gothic architecture with cutting-edge LED lighting in the acrylic wine storage shown here.See the rest of this amazing pool house
Metal and crystal wall hanging
An eclectic mix of gothic carver chair and Moroccan inspired wall hanging produce a pleasing vignette.
metal and crystal wall sculpture - custom made; also I like the metal Gothic Carver chair
For those afraid to fully commit to the heavy metal look, start small with accessories. The steel Gothic carver chair and metallic wall panel makes a cultural statement in this simple vignette.
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to tell you that this, by far, the best church conversion I've seen, It really feels like a home. I like that it is a mix of modern with the simple Gothic lines of the church. Love the use of black as a unifying color, especially on the beams and the entrance alcove. This is just a lovely, livable space
Hi, If it is the large gothic window you are enquiring about, it is made of steel and it was made custom made by a contractor here in Melbourne Australia. Only specialised contractors
backyard. Large windows now open to the swimming pool and picturesque Moonee Valley. The larger window is meant to be a modern interpretation of a Gothic window. “It makes the space stunning back there,” Bagnato says. Gold is a theme throughout the house. The color reminds Bagnato of old churches,
draws its influence from Gothic forms with heavy proportions, dark finishes, elaborate carving and ornamentation. The Victorian period was the first furniture style to capitalize on mass production. Victorian can be rather confusing, but a lot of fun, since it included the Gothic-, Egyptian-, Greek-, rococo-
Victorian period. Designers rather used and modified many styles taken from various time periods in history like Gothic, Tudor, Elizabethan, English Rococo, Neoclassical and others. The Gothic and Rococo revival style were the most common styles to be seen in furniture during this time in history.
that are feminine and lacy. The use of wallpaper (floral or formal), elaborate furniture carving, and rich trims and embellishments, with Oriental and Gothic touches mark the distinctive Victorian decor.”
Tommy Chambers Interiors, Inc.
This bathroom has gothic arches in the cabinetry, but it also has those castle-wall candlestick sconces helping its goth flair.
Very cool gothic look
gothic cabinet doors
gothic light...Gothic / slavish
Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design
Rosa 'Sally Holmes'
featured, statues in the Gothic setting tend to be almost hidden by climbers. Ivy is possibly the favorite, but simple white climbing roses, like the Sally Holmes rose shown here, can provide a stunning contrast to the stonework.
The careful use of statues really brings the Gothic feel to a garden — angels
featured, statues in the Gothic setting tend to be almost hidden by climbers. Ivy is possibly the favorite, but simple white climbing roses, like the Sally Holmes rose shown here, can provide a stunning contrast to the stonework
The careful use of statues really brings the Gothic feel to a garden — angels or mythical creatures being the favored types. Older, weathered statues are best, but you can paint new ones with live yogurt
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