Living in a Castle in GlasgowTraditional Living Room, Glasgow

Photo: Amelia Hallsworth © 2014 Houzz

Inspiration for a classic living room in Glasgow. —  Houzz
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    coralinteriors
    Coral Interiors added this to 14 Tricky-shaped Windows and How to Dress Them6 January 2016

    Double-height windowsThis room in a Scottish castle certainly has the wow factor. The windows are double height and shaped into a corner bay. The curtains and coordinating pelmet demonstrate the importance of proportion and scale with any window treatment. A pelmet should be one fifth to one sixth the overall drop of the curtains. (Even if you don’t have double-height windows, the same pelmet-to-curtain ratio still applies.) The tiebacks create drape and a waistline effect to the curtains and, in this case, are set just above head height for anyone luxuriating on the gorgeous window seat. TELL US…What smart solutions have you seen – or used – for dressing awkward-shaped windows? Share your tips and photos in the Comments below.

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    Victoria Harrison added this to My Houzz: Popular ‘My Houzz’ Tours of 201416 December 2014

    Rooms flit between the daringly bold and the traditional and understated, creating an interesting and varied interior that kept Houzz users intrigued and surprised.Take a closer look at this dramatic Scottish castle

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    Victoria Harrison added this to My Houzz: Life in a Revamped Scottish Castle2 September 2014

    The front door opens onto the morning room, so called because, according to Nicola, when the sun streams in, ‘it’s a beautiful room in which to sit with a coffee and a newspaper’. Window seats conceal cast iron radiators, so even on cold winter mornings it’s a lovely place to curl up. The bergère suite came from their old home, and the stripes contrast nicely with the floral wallpaper and rug. The black in the room adds a gothic touch. ‘I love moody rooms,’ Nicola explains.Check out more monochrome schemes

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    virginiakey added this to tub panel16 May 2020

    design but with simple perforated area for us

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    fishroon25 added this to Dining Room5 January 2020

    From walls and put wallpaper up like picture

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    Krishna Gandham added this to Kingsley Avenue1 October 2019

    Radiator cover window seat for ary

    vanpola
    Phil van Polanen added this to Front Room Concept23 April 2019

    1) Panel for window seat 2) Curtains out from wall to sit over panel 3) Blue/White contrast

    missharazimi
    Hidayah N. Harazimi added this to Project T-One19 April 2019

    Curtain inspo for basement lounge. Use same patterned fabric for window cornice & throw pillows

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