It has been an absolute pleasure to be working on board the Hebridean Princess again. We are delighted to have been given the opportunity to be involved in the massive refurbishment taking place over the past three years.
On our last venture we transformed eleven cabins on the luxurious ship which were so well received that we have gone on to complete another twelve this year. We hope that the passengers now setting sail, are enjoying the results.
Whilst time was of the essence, the ship is only out of action for a few months each year, the most important factor was to be consistent with the quality furnishings that suit a ship of such luxurious finishes and service.
With this in mind we were keen to carry on the general feel of the completed cabins but with four very different looks. Keeping a refined hint of the key Scottish element we have incorporated plaid fabrics into each space, all in very different tones which has allowed us to accent each interior with a completely contrasting palette. Not one cabin is the same!
Always keen to keep our designs tasteful, but interesting, you will also find a few distinctive fabrics among the many textures and colours.
Wild geese make an eclectic entrance into the slate and copper scheme, whilst meandering maps create interest in the moody black and camel cabins. In contrast, a morning gallop sets the scene in tones of jade and rust and stags nestle in the landscape of the muted moss greens.
If you are lucky enough to travel on the Hebridean Princess you will certainly get a chance to enjoy the different personalities of all the interiors throughout. We hope that you will agree that the refurbished cabins appear luxurious, elegant and comfortable, with a very definite Scottish feel.
If you would like to find out more about the Hebridean Princess and Hebridean Island Cruises, please visit their website here.
If you have an interior design project that you’d like to discuss with us, please email us at email@example.com or call us on 0141 644 1115.
Photography by Upfront Photography