Boston-area designer Heidi Pribell created this gilded masterpiece for a client who was renovating his historic Beacon Hill home. Pribell combines the ornate Louis XIV style with a still-bright (but less baroque dining) area, giving the room a full shimmery feel without assaulting the occupants with details at every turn.
The aesthetic in this modern bedroom is "rock star gothic grunge with a modern twist." Custom mural wallpaper by Iris Maschek is recessed into an illuminated cove and framed with a custom silver leaf frame by Voila Gallery, becoming artwork in the space. The neo-Baroque Abigail Ahern light fixture above the bed is a masterpiece on its own.
The walls of this modern, gothic dining room are covered in raw steel, contrasting with neo-Baroque acrylic chairs by Acrila and a dramatic polycarbonite fixture by Zaha Hadid. This contrast of materials creates layers of depth in a high-rise condo that's filled with natural light.
The sitting area clearly demonstrates the color story for the porch: white and neutral base pieces with bright accents. The sectional sofa, wood coffee table and baroque wall mirror bring unexpected indoor sophistication to outdoor living. The pink, red and purple throw pillows pop against the stark white sofa. A geometric light fixture hangs above to provide lighting.
An accent wall in this "gothic glam" guest bedroom is covered in wallpaper from Iris Maschek. A ruby-hued bed adds a pop of color but keeps with the room's moody vibe. Lamps from Voila Gallery connect the space to industrial elements found elsewhere in the home. LIghting is dim, setting the tone for a show-stopping space with a modern gothic mood.
This sculpture by Tomohiro Inaba makes an ethereal statement in a light-filled corner, appearing as it just emerged from a thick, misty forest. The modern home is filled with whimsical touches achieved by layering textures against a neutral palette of white, black and metallics.
The walls of this chic, gothic-inspired guest bedroom are covered in a rustic metallic wallpaper by Vahallan. Contrasting materials add texture and interest, while a fun fur pouf and quotable chair bring playful touches that keep the mood from feeling dark. Dim lighting sets the tone for a guest room the designer calls "gothic glam."
The textured black wallpaper is good for sleeping, but also is great for hiding that TV! We didn't want to take things to seriously so this white Jonathan Adler vase reminds us of that! It's whimsy and charm in this dramatic space makes you stop and smile.
Originally the dresser was just supposed to be sleek and clean without hardware, but addidng this hardware and the metal base took it to the next level. This hefty gothic iron pulls completely transformed it!
For their dining room, the homeowners wanted a space that would be a contemporary take on lavish Baroque style. Patterned silver wallpaper sets the tone. Red dining chairs and a glittering chandelier made of silver chain complete the look.
Brown tile melds perfectly with baroque-patterned blue-and-brown wallpaper in this elegant powder room. A gold-tile-framed storage cabinet above the toilet has its doors wallpapered to match the bathroom's walls. A crystal ceiling fixture provides light and spa-like ambiance.
This detailed powder room boasts a baroque-esque flair with rich red wallpaper and a gilded rectangular mirror. Two traditional sconces with mini lampshades are positioned on either side of the mirror, while a light gray vanity with a darker gray granite countertop finishes off the regal look of the space.
Designer Stephan Jones sought a balance of old and new with a mix of Baroque antiques and chic, contemporary art in the study at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. The space embraces natural materials such and an earthy palette to create a calm, soothing space for work, reflection and relaxation.
Baroque gold table lamps add interest behind a white sofa in this living room. The lampshades pick up the dark wood tones of the coffee table and buffet in the adjacent dining room, tying the open plan living space together. A neutral palette is accented by red and chartreuse, creating a fun, yet sophisticated space.
Located in Varghis, The Daniel Castle dates back to the year of 1580. Upon arriving and seeing the castles aged stone fence, you can immediately sense the castle’s history. This castle has seen everything from additions to damage from Military operations. The castle's design is a mixture of the Baroque, Classical and late Rennaisance styles.
The built-in banquette makes this spot a favorite place for everyday uses or large gatherings. Mohair and leather are great options for seating because they're long-lasting even with heavy use. The Tibetan scroll painting is surrounded by a Baroque-style mirror frame, giving it an eclectic look. Tortoise vases, dried hydrangeas, large candelabras and an oversized African weave pillow complete the room.
One wall of this contemporary living room wall features wallpaper by Italian manufacturer Yolo, a modern take on old world peeling plaster. Filled with drama and goth details, this Los Angeles home is harmonized by a palette of black, white, gray and metallics. In this "rough luxe" living room, a tufted leather sofa brings an element of modern Baroque to the space, and the pewter coffee table was commissioned by a local fabricator.