Behind the fašade: four centuries of Scottish interiors
A treasure trove of information for artists, architects, designers and historians about the interiors of some of Scotland's most beautiful houses and castles. Highlights include designs by the legendary Robert Adam and letters describing the beauty of Scotland from Daniel Defoe and Thomas Pennant.
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Aberdeen Adam's Alexander Alexander Selkirk architect architectural Ardelve Ardkinglas Arniston House Arthur Lodge artists Ayton Barclay baronial bedroom British building built Cardy House carpet carved Castle chairs Charles Rennie Mackintosh classical Colin McWilliam colour country houses Craigievar curtains David dining room display Donald door drawing room Edinburgh Edwardian entrance fireplace floor flowers furnishings furniture Gallery garden Georgian gilded hall hangings homes inspired interior decoration Jack Howells John Gifford kitchen lairds lan Gow landscape later London Lord Lorimer Lutyens Mackintosh mahogany Manderston marble chimneypiece motifs Moubray House National Trust Newhailes original overmantel owner painted ceiling painterwork Palace Palace of Holyroodhouse panelling pattern Peffermill photographs plaster plasterwork portraits Renaissance restored Robert Adam Robert Lorimer Rowand Anderson Royal Scottish seventeenth century Sir James stained glass stair staircase stone Street taste tenements tower towerhouse Town Traquair House trompe l'oeil Victorian villa visitors walls William Adam