In The Press

Featured In The Scotsman

Short-listed for residential interior design of the year at The Herad Property Awards For Scotland 2021

We are honoured to have been short-listed at the prestigious Herald Property Awards for our Weir project. This custom built home took over 3 years from conception to completion. We are extremely proud of this project and honoured it has been recognised.

Prestigious converted grade B listed mansion featured in the Scottish Daily Mail

Fotheringham Interiors were commissioned to design, supply and project manage from conception to completion. A mid century vision was the goal. The client gave free rein to create fresh and unique designs throughout. 

‘Special Recognition’ at the 2020 No.1 Amazing Women Awards

Emily was truly honoured to receive a special recognition at at the Amazing Women Awards. What an incredible and inspiring night to honour amazing women!

Emily is shortlisted for the 'Amazing Business Woman Award' at the No.1 Amazing Women Awards 2020!

Our director Emily is honoured to be shortlisted for the ‘Amazing Business Woman Award’ at the Amazing Women Awards. We are looking forward to the event of the year on the 29th of February! 

Celebrity Guests at the Ideal Home Show Scotland

Our director, Emily, was proud to be part of the Celebrity Guests at the Ideal Home Show Scotland 2019. She was on the Super Theatre to deliver The Journey of Design from Conception to Completion, sharing her secrets and top tips for any design project. 

Scotland's Best Interior Design Company

We were honored to be an award winning design studio. We were delighted to win Scotland’s Best Interior Design Company at the Scottish Home Improvement Awards.

The Perfect Surrounding

The property was in desperate need of renovation and modernization throughout. Structural alterations in the kitchen and bathroom were first, then space planning was key.  

The property was to have a distinct style full of texture and pattern and most importantly had to complement the property’s architecture and original period features. The property has been designed to withstand the test of time and form the ultimate in classic contemporary design.

In Conversation with Hayche

Living room case study: Azure thing!

The Kirklee Project

Originally the billiard room, the top floor of the property had to work on a number of levels. It had to be a great space for entertaining friends and family but also had to have the versatility of providing another bedroom. The space was to have a modern, uncluttered feel and it had to complement the property’s architecture and original period features.