Known by the locals as the Crow's Nest, this sensational Bronxville, NY mansion is surrounded by 1.3 acres of hilltop property with distant views of the Manhattan skyline. At more than 10,000 sq. ft., the home was built of local quarried stone and in Gothic Revival design, with its romantic ornamental flourishes, nine bedrooms, six bathrooms and seven fireplaces.
What you display in a room, such as on this side table, says a lot about the space. Design elements like this gothic mirror also help set the mood, which is very Southwestern romance in this bedroom designed by Carole Meyer.
Designer Tyler Karu wanted a statement piece for the light fixture above the dining table. She chose this tall, vintage pendant because of its scale and slightly gothic style that works with the eclectic design of the loft.
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."
Up close, this exquisite mansion exemplifies Gothic-revival style with ornate gable designs, a beautiful stone facade, and multiple brick chimneys. The hilltop estate sits on 1.3 acres and the home features nine bedrooms, six bathrooms and seven fireplaces.
This luxuriously appointed master bedroom features an elaborate faux-finished ceiling with a recessed center medallion and ornate crown moldings. Traditional furniture blends with a hanging tapestry and intricate light fixtures. The interior design corresponds with the home's Gothic-inspired architecture and castle-like detailing.
Set off your sculptures in a section of the garden with another sculpture, such as an arbor, pergola, gazebo or trellis. This outdoor room, by garden designer Susanne Hudson, incorporates Gothic-style church windows.
This ultra-modern museum in Helsinki, Finland features a permanent collection devoted to the history of Finnish design as well as rotating exhibits covering industrial design, fashion and graphic design. One of the oldest of its kind, the museum was first founded in 1873, and in 1978, it began operating in its current building, a former school designed by architect Gustaf Nystrom in 1894 in the neo-Gothic style.
The wood beam ceiling echoes the inlaid flooring design in this Colleyville, Texas, breakfast nook. Warm wood trim and rich, traditional furnishings mix with Gothic details in the architecture, giving this home the feeling of a castle. The traditional kitchen features an open floor plan and stone surround for the cooking station.
"Details are the difference between good and great," says the design team of this fully renovated transitional estate. In this instance, a Gothic arch on the brick garden wall offers a peak at the home's overall architectural inspiration. A warm, traditional lantern and potted greenery create an inviting entryway.
After parting ways with their beloved Victorian home in San Francisco and relocating to Los Angeles, Caitlin Murray's clients knew they wanted their Craftsman to reflect their Gothic tastes. So Murray created an unexpected, blended design, starting with the living room. Here, lilac ceiling beams and a floral accent wall balance a moody blue velvet sofa and dramatic black area rug.
Designer Tiffany Brooks was inspired by the Gothic architecture of churches found in Texas for HGTV Smart Home 2019. This inspiration permeates the home down to details like the traditional metal pulls on this floating wood vanity that bring to mind church doors.
This luxurious home spa features seating designed to fit up to 10 people, as well as a flat-panel television, fireplace and lounge area with shell-shaped black wicker chairs. The floor and a section of the walls feature gothic stone pavers in a French pattern, while wood paneling covers the remainder of the walls.