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5 interior design lessons from the Gleneagles Townhouse

5 interior design lessons from the Gleneagles Townhouse

It is hard to recreate a hotel’s ambiance in your home, but following the launch of the Gleneagles Townhouse, we’re certainly tempted to try. The new designer hangout amid St Andrew’s Square in Edinburgh is a trove of decorating ideas – from the regal canopies in the bedroom to the unconventional use of mirrors in the members’ club. 

Charlie North, the designer behind Gleneagles’ interiors, and Vice President of Interior Design at Ennismore, sat down with H&G to share five key interior design tips from the city’s most luxurious new opening. This is how to recreate the Townhouse’s style – anywhere. 

1. Place your plants to draw attention to architecture

(Image credit: Gleneagles Townhouse)

‘Palms were often used in grand spaces in the 19th and early 20th centuries, and so we also chose to use a combination of palms and banana leaf plants for their scale.