Gothic chairs [Beauty and comfort combined]

Types of Gothic Chairs

Whether you consider yourself a hopeless romantic or you just enjoy opulence, if you’re redesigning your home, Gothic interior design is a style that you should definitely consider. Famous for its rich colors, deep woods, ornate details, and luxurious fabrics, there’s no doubt about it; Gothic interior design is absolutely stunning.

Types of Gothic Chairs: An Overview

A Gothic chair is constructed of hearty, deep-colored woods; think cherry, ebony, and mahogany. The wood is carved with intricate, ornate designs and formed into pointed arches and the construction is paneled. The back, seat, and in some cases, the arms, are covered with luxurious materials; crushed velvets, silk, satin, and sateen, for example. The upholstery can either be solid-colored or it can features interesting designs.

If you’re interested in creating an opulent design into your home, then there’s no doubt that you’ll love the different types of Gothic chairs.

Gothic Armless Chair

gothic chair

Top-selling Armless Chair

  • Plush high back velveteen
  • Classic Chesterfield Chair design
  • Can be used in any room as a chair, an ottoman, or creative shelving space,

Gothic Dining Chair

gothic dining chair

Top-selling Dining Chair

  • Perfect for dining room
  • Tapestry Style Upholstery Fabric w/ Piped Edges

Gothic throne chair

black gothic chair

Top-selling throne chair

  • Measures approximately 34"W 26.5"D 60"H
  • Made of resin on wooden frame, individually hand painted and polished

If you’re interested in bringing this style into your home – whether it’s the bedroom, dining room, living room, or even your office – you’re definitely going to want to incorporate some Gothic furnishings, including chairs. There are endless types of gothic chairs to choose from. To help you on your quest for finding the best design to suit your style, here are some handy tips to keep in mind when you’re decorating.

Types of Gothic Chairs: FAQ

Below, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most frequently asked questions that we’ve encountered in an effort to assist you with choosing the right types of Gothic chairs for your space.

How do I select a size for my Gothic chair?

The answer to this question is  little tricky, as it depends on your particular needs, such as where the chair will be placed and how you intend on using it. With that said, however, when selecting a size for your chair, make sure that you take accurate measurements. Take out your trusty tape measure and determine roughly the width, height, and depth that you would like the chair to be. Jot down the measurements when you go shopping and compare them to the different options that are available. If you’re having a hard time finding a chair that features the dimensions you desire, you could consider having a chair custom-built.

What upholstery should I use on a gothic chair?

As mentioned, Gothic chairs should feature opulent upholstery to create a bold, yet romantic and elegant look; it should feel good to the touch, too. Some excellent materials to consider include velvet and crushed velvet, satin, silk, and sateen. As for colors, think rick: ruby, sapphire, amethyst, emerald, and even black. You can go with a solid fabric, or you can opt for a textile that features a bold pattern to create even more visual interest.

What kind of wood are used to construct gothic chairs?

Also as previously mentioned, Gothic chairs are usually made out of heavy, dark-colored wood; mahogany, ebony, and cherry are all commonly used in this type of furniture. You can opt for natural woods or engineered; either way, dark is definitely the best option. Additionally, you should consider decorative embellishments in the wood, such as carvings or even hand-painted designs in gold, silver, or bronze-like paints.

How are gothic chairs finished?

It depends on who makes the chairs and the look that the producer was trying to create. Some of the most commonly used finishes for Gothic chairs include:

  • Paint
  • Oil
  • Stain
  • Lacquer

Sometimes, Gothic chairs even feature a fumed-type of finish.

Where can I find Gothic chairs?

There are so many different places where you can find Gothic chairs. You can furniture stores that offer mass-produced pieces and you’ll be sure to find Gothic options. Antique stores are another great spot to find some great Gothic pieces; however, do keep in mind that you will have to search a bit to find the right piece. For the easiest shopping experience, you could always search the Internet; just search “types of Gothic chairs” and you’ll be sure to get tons of results. If you have a specific design in mind, consider getting in touch with a custom furniture maker that has experience with Gothic design who can make your vision come to life.