The design of a Gothic kitchen requires a creative vision. There is no “Bed, Bath and Goth” store to buy specific furniture for a Gothic kitchen. Gothic decor is often made of dark wood or metal, and looks like it would fit right into a building from medieval times. Thrift stores, estate sales and yard sales offer chances to find decor to enhance a Gothic kitchen once you have the color scheme and larger kitchen elements in place. Dark walls, rustic beams or wooden shelves and even a candle chandelier would be at home in the Gothic kitchen. Reclaimed stained glass windows can be set over existing shelves or window sills. Exterior elements such as gargoyles perched on cabinets create a Gothic vibe as well. If you think of a castle when you look at your kitchen decor, you’ve done a good job creating a Gothic kitchen.
And, of course, don’t forget the gothic dress. This usually means dark mysterious and old-fashioned type of clothes.