Gothic Bedroom designs lean towards medieval outlook designs for most goth lovers. The idea is not to look predominantly black but to be elegant and bold in picking the right designs that promote goth culture like never before. The tactic is to make the furniture look dramatic and intimidating. Most people will not be thrilled by this idea but goth lovers do not care. Therefore, if you need ideas for your goth-themed bedroom design, we've got you. Now, let's take a look at a few of them.
A Mixture of Goth and Normal
We have to admit that black is a predominant feature of what a goth-style bedroom should look like but that shouldn't scare you from mixing things up. You decide to use normal colors or hues and add black colors with the decors and furniture. This will give it a goth look without scaring that friend of yours that is passing the night at your place. A touch of both sides of the world will have your bedroom looking stylish.
Antique Bedroom Furniture is Vital
A cabinet for your gothic bedroom is a necessity if you want to stock your bedroom with enough goth decorations. You can then proceed to hunt for gothic antiques that will give your room that intimidating mystery look. Some of these decors include skulls, animal bones, weird-looking sculptures, goth designs, chests, and others. This will give it that bold and dark look you may desire.
Include Subtle Lightings
Lightings can also describe a goth-themed bedroom as much as decors can. Therefore, you can include dark-themed lightings to spice things up. Dark maroon lighting can be a very good idea to start from and the same is purple lights. The lighting is important but you should be able to see with them as well and I recommend getting more than one lighting color in parts of the room. This will give it a dramatic feel.
Choose an Accent Color for the Room
You can choose a color that will accent the room even if the painting is predominantly black. Go for lighter hue colors that will accent the room in a way that will save it from being dark and still bring out that goth theme you desire. Deep red or purple is one of the favorites when it comes to gothic interiors.
Candles and Candlesticks Adds to the Gothic Feel
Candlesticks may not be as pronounced as chandeliers but they sure complete your goth-themed bedroom with that medieval finish that can thrill the average goth lover. Black candlesticks can be perfectly suited with red candles or any other dramatic color that will amplify the desired output. This can be great for bedrooms that have black and red accents for both room and furniture.
No matter the choice you make, you can always make the best goth-themed bedrooms when you’re properly motivated and armed with great ideas like the ones above. We hope you have fun while at it. You can check out our online store for your skull-patterned beddings and other items for your bedroom décor. A fascinating experience awaits you.