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Elegant, unusual and one off fabrics, hand-sewn curtains, surprising and original architectural details, warm and welcoming rooms that beckon, and precious antiques one simply can’t resist for their beauty and history.

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Interior Design

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Three years in the planning, the creation of Mugdock Castle was a long-held dream for our new urbanist client. The challenge for us was to meld the old – a nineteenth-century Anglican stone church which was already occupied by our client – with the medieval Gothic-style castellated addition that would replace a sprawling incoherent lean-to structure. Our client wanted the building to look older than the original and the medieval Gothic style was chosen as the architectural focus. We used modern technology such as a ground-source heat pump, KEIM fibreglass meshed plaster hand-tinted with earth pigments, and triple-glazed french windows locally made and finished in oak. These were combined with a hand-carved Portland-stone chimneypiece, oak joinery, simple dyed and hand-waxed floors, and hand-fired terracotta tiles. Taking our interiors cue from the medieval period, we chose West Indian antique furniture commissioned by eighteenth- and nineteenth-century English plantation owners. Beds were made to order to fit into the cabin-like rooms that echo Dutch sailing vessels. Hand-dyed and woven textiles came from Chelsea Textiles, John Stefanidis, G P & J Baker, Scottish Woollens, Ian Mankin and Pierre Frey, while traditional and modern paints were from Farrow & Ball.