Trendcasting: Scottish Style

Luca Trendcasting 3 Comments

Lately I’ve been seeing a lot of Scottish influence in interior design. The iconic Scottish style is of course plaid, but Scottish influence comes in many other forms: pheasant motifs, needlepoint hunting scenes, rich velvet sofas, and (faux!) mounted taxidermy. Here’s how to add a wee bit of Scotland to your home!

Scottish Style Decor Pheasant Wallpaper Hunting Needlepoint Pillow Plaid Blanket Throw Plaid Rug Carpet Velvet Chesterfield Couch Green Faux Taxidermy Stag Head Sources: 1) Braemore Phaesant Hunt Leather Fabric 2) Dark Green Tapestry Hunt Scene Pillow 3) Off-White Belgian Hunting Pillow 4) Lyre Chesterfield Sofa 5) 5th Avenue Throw in Breslin Plaid 6) Resin Stag Head 7) Cooper Navy Plaid Rug 8) Rustic Saltire Flag Pillow 9) Thomas Kay Weaver’s Plaid Pillow in Cedar Bark 

Scottish Decor Design Style

Sources: The Gifts of Life, Betsy Speert 

Scottish Decor Design Interior Style Plaid Plates Four Poster Bed

Sources: The Enchanted Home, Apartment Therapy 

Scot Meacham Wood Scottish Decor Style Interior Design Hunting Painting Horse

Source: House Beautiful via Tartanscot 


Comments 3

  1. Loving this trend and just decorating my cottage living room in it.
    Love the saltire flag cushion youve put on here. May have to invest!

  2. I love a touch of plaid in décor…especially during the holidays…and not relegated to napkins.
    I included an interpretation of plaid in my thistle lantern, which was quite challenging actually. I did this design for myself initially, Robbie Burns was approaching but it is becoming one of my strongest sellers. Maybe it’s the popularity of Outlander?