A New York upper west side brownstone.
Central Harlem New York
These Victorian sconce lights are my favorite style with the 3 arms.
Brooklyn New York
All you need is one or more candelabras to add a gothic interior flare to a room. Very nice ornate design details above the doorway and bookcasings (below). My kind of room. Usually it's young women in thier late teens that go for this type of Gothic inteior design with the Victorian interior mix. I'm the exception, being a 40 year old heterosexual male.
The picture frames could have been better in this Old World interior design. Otherwise the rest is great. Love the Old World iron chandelier.
Upper West side New York.
The walls in this interior are of course severely in need of a painting. Combined with the ornate mirrors and chandelier it really has the gothic interior feel.
Those arched Gothic windows were most popular in the late 1920's. They look spectacular in this Old Word Gothic Victorian interior. The castle look on exterior houses was big during that time as well. Tudor architecture dominated a little later into the mid 1930's. Modern art deco was also popular around the mid 1930's.
An 1882 Philadelphia mansion. This one has it all with Victorian mirrors, beautiful door surround, and painted ceiling.
Photo (below) by Jeffrey Klee
Simple but nice.