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Rooted in the grand ecclesiastical builds of Europe, the Gothic style is heavily influenced by religious, civil, and educational architecture. Pointed arched windows and doorways, tracery, vaulting and flying buttresses are all characteristics of the Gothic style, with the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris being an excellent example.

Gothic interiors are usually known as Victorian Gothic or Gothic Revival and are still used today. Achieving your ideal Gothic space can be done by incorporating heavier wood elements like ceiling beams and stone flooring. Rich hues and dramatic fabrics of red velvet, gold, and hunter green add to the Medieval feel and can be pushed further with wood paneling and frescos of stone.

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