With their unusual shape, these gold-trimmed mirrors almost resemble the windows in a cathedral. The candelabra accent below further drives this idea home and speaks to the owners' love of Gothic style.
Castle-like details adorn this traditional home office, which features a triptych of Gothic windows, elaborate crown molding and an intricately wrought door with iron detailing. Tall bookshelves match the room's soaring dimensions.
This renovated estate-size home features intriguing roof lines, tall windows and Gothic arch details. From the clean-lined kitchen to the chic and elegant carriage house, not a detail has been missed. White brick retaining walls step up to the grand front entry.
This contemporary sitting room boasts a causal sophistication that's inviting and formal at the same time. Neutral furnishings in the main space are anchored by an elegant, soft purple rug while a cozy window seat beckons from the base of a gorgeous, Gothic-style window.
Dark-stained built-in bookshelves encircle this cozy space, creating a traditional study with ample desktop space for working. A swagged window treatment tops an exterior door that leads to a picturesque balcony. The home, built in 1870, features restored original details and updates that suit the needs of a modern family.
Beautiful, Gothic style stained glass windows make a dramatic statement in this traditional bathroom. Using the same tile pattern on the bathtub surround and on the shower walls doesn't distract from the unique windows and gives the bathroom a spa feel.
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 cottage home takes a cue from several different European styles: The half timbering in the gables gives a nod to Tudor revival. The Gothic arched window and brick front suggest a French Provencal influence.
The stucco overlay that had given the windows their Gothic shape is also history, allowing more light inside the home. Intricate trellis work adds Spanish-style detail to the home. Well-planted window boxes will provide color to this Southern home throughout the seasons.
The Gothic style mansion known as the Crow's Nest in Bronxville, NY, features a formal reading room with beautifully crafted details, such as the white patterned ceiling, traditional chandelier, built-in wooden bookshelves and bay window with bench.
The kitchen in this restored Gothic Revival mansion features white cabinetry that extends almost to the ceiling for maximized storage. A pair of windows ushers in the natural light that reflects off the nearby harbor. Dark hardwood and traditional details throughout call attention to the home's late 1800s roots.