Fiona Denholm

Aware that I have done a few posts recently about my travels, village life and everyday life in general, I feel it is definitely time to return to what is really the essence of this blog, interiors, and for this post I would like to show everyone the house that I, honestly, enjoyed shooting with Doug and styling the most…ever…

I have not done a detailed analysis of all the houses Doug has photographed, I do not have a record of my reaction to every one of them – there are so many and of course they are all lovely – that is why they have been shot for magazines!

I am just talking about a gut reaction – a sense of something that just struck me very, very personally.

This is the Perthshire home of architect James Denholm and his wife, interior Designer, Fiona. We had a wonderful day with Fiona, I loved meeting her and hearing about her life and now, grown up family, and James joined us for lunch. Both Doug and I enjoyed the sense of space and flow that James had created in the beautiful extension he had added to an old farmhouse: contemporary but not senselessly modern, sensitive to the rural surroundings. We also loved Fiona’s subtle, muted palette; gorgeous, mauvey-pink accents against a consistent background of white and grey.

The full feature can be seen in this months, the November issue, of Country Homes & Interiors magazine

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6 thoughts on “Fiona Denholm

  1. Very nice pictures, this house goes right to my list of favorites. And I’ll definitely be back on your blog, seems you ave the best basis for writing about interior design and that’s exactly what I love.
    Excited to read more,
    xo, FrauSchmitt

  2. What a gorgeous home! As an aspiring interior stylist, I am in heaven looking at these images! The lighting fixture in the dining room is insane! I love when people have un-assuming white walls and then have a completely unexpected statement piece! I think it shows personality and a great sense of humor. I’m also coveting that (light pink?) sofa in the living room- it’s gorgeous!

    -Sara (BYW)

  3. Hi Alison, wow what a mix; an architect and a interior designer – lucky house:)))
    It is indeed beautiful, I particularly love the bathroom basins,
    I’m a big fan of the use of concrete. Mel:)

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