Our Location of the Week is this Georgian townhouse in Edinburgh.
We’ve had this fab location on our books for a while, although it has recently had a makeover.
The walls are painted in rich jewel shades of sapphire blues, gold and khaki, with nods to the Orient in the furnishings, wall hangings and ornaments.
The house is rich in texture with the use of fantastic rugs and bedspreads, wood panelling and shiny metallics.
It is a modern interior encased in a traditional shell; the architecture of the house dates to the Georgian period of British architecture (1715-1830).
Edinburgh’s wealth of medieval and Georgian buildings, set against its rugged, hilly landscape, makes it one of Europe’s most picturesque cities. The New Town of Edinburgh stills remains one of the most Georgian-architecture-populated areas in the world.