In recent years, many designers have offered stunning new interpretations of this style that have made it appealing again. The Gothic movement started in the mid 12th century and lasted until the 16th century, and reaching back to this era is where we find breathtaking interiors. Many designers are drawing off these time periods to embrace raw wood, and pairing it with simplistic interiors. Stone floors, tapestries and wrought iron have become stylish again.
If you like the English style, or French furnishings, work with those pieces and bring in the overall Gothic look with other elements.
These chairs would look dynamite in a set of three along a wall. Strip the chair of it’s varnish for a rustic raw -wood primitive appearance. –Gothic Revival Rectory Chair $289 each here