Christmas 2020 with Scottish nature at its heart

Scottish Christmas style with pheasant, pillar candles and faux flowers

Christmas 2020 with Scottish nature at its heart

The rugged Scottish landscape with its ever-changing palette of colours and wildlife, our rich traditional heritage of weaving techniques giving the world the most sought-after fabulous fabrics such as tweed, cashmere, tartan, and the spellbinding castles and palaces with all their grandeur that they will leave you breathless…

Linn Of Dee, Scotland

There is so much to admire and be inspired by. You can inject the essence of Scotland into your home, whether your taste is traditional or contemporary.

Scottish castle in the snow

2020 has been the year when we all have had to appreciate what is on our doorstep. We have embraced the “staycation”, the walks round the park nearby, and as for me…I went back to basics: I started to retrace the steps that led me to being an interior designer, revisited (sometimes in my head or through pictures) my favourite Scottish palaces and castles, went on the same hiking path I had done many years ago picking up twigs, and keeping an eye out for the charming little creatures that inhabit our woodlands. So you see, I didn’t have to think very hard to imagine what Christmas 2020 would look like. It was there, on my doorstep. Bringing together the greatness of Scottish outdoors and indoors - Scotland's renaissance architecture and the nature surrounding them!

Show-stopping styling pieces, greenery, berries, flowers, delightful woodland animals adorning their tartan bows, a faux fur throw for cosiness, a couple of cushions with a fabric reminiscent of the ones from Crathes castle, our eye catching gold Meji side table and sitting proudly on a mantelpiece our Girandole aged brass lamp with its cut glass droplets just like a chandelier…

Tartan Cushion with embroidery, made in scotland

Nature, fabrics, lighting, a bit of tartan and a bit of gold…Scottish Christmas at Acanthus Interiors 2020.