Although dark colours are essential to the Gothic trend, they don’t always have to be overpowering. See how black and white work together with metallic notes here to create dramatic yet minimalist Gothic dining rooms.
Modern Gothic Interior Design is all about extravagance and drama, so choose your furnishings accordingly. Large, exaggerated furniture and luxurious fabrics are perfect for this style. Velvet and chenille fabrics can be used for the darker more sumptuous Gothic styles. Or choose soft sheer material for a more ghostly, nostalgic feel.
With naturally darker palettes you may need to find other ways to bring light to your Gothic themed rooms. With extravagance in mind why not opt for a large ornate mirror to reflect the light around. Alternatively, choose elaborate lighting where possible; chandeliers are ideal for this trend. Finally, candles are a must for producing an atmospheric glow in your Gothic room; choose tall candles so the wax can run down in eerie patterns!
PLUMBS ON TREND!
Here's our take on the Gothic trends: Rich - jewel like tones, elaborate accessories, dramatic lighting and luxurious fabrics!