Casa Morada

A new interiors shop has popped up in Edinburgh and it is totally wonderful!
Casa Morada is a Spanish name which translates as ‘Homely Abode’. Inspiring, eclectic and bohemian are apt words to describe the store, which owner, Eva Serrano, has painstakingly and lovingly restored into a dreamy retail space in the sought-after, ‘left-bank’ area of Edinburgh, known as Causewayside.

Casa Morada

Eva is an accomplished lighting designer and passionate about interiors. Her shop is quirky and individual, the perfect destination for those who want their home to be a bit different. Eva creates gorgeous vignettes from her stock and she changes it all the time. Unique, vintage products come and go fast, so you need to visit regularly!

Very temptingly, Casa Morada offers a 1 hour, free, interior design consultation with a ‘no strings attached’ policy. They will simply come along to visit your property and give you some professional advice there and then.

So whether you are struggling to find that unique one-off piece to finish off your interior scheme, are updating just one room, or embarking on a full interior design project, getting in touch is an absolute must!

Eva’s own home is a testament to her sense of style and ability as a designer.

Living room

bedroom

bathroom

landing

Relaxed and individual…she has a really natural, authentic aesthetic.

The 4 Monkeys

One of Eva’s signature lighting pieces – The 4 MonkeysSee No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil and Do No Evil…the last command is symbolised by the position of the lightbulb!

Eva

Eva

Astrid Weigel

Very exciting to get to know the work of artist Astrid Weigel. Douglas shot her home in Ayrshire for a recent feature in Your Home magazine. It was a tired 1970’s villa with oodles of potential, which Astrid and her husband have improved beautifully.

Dining

Hallway

Kitchen

Chest of drawers

Work station

ArtworkArtwork 2Ceramics

Visit her website and shop to see her wonderful, original art and craft work.

Dining detail

Goldsmith home

Thrilled to have a feature in this months Woman & Home magazine, May 2013, about Gifford based interior designer Catherine Goldsmith of Arcadia Interiors

Living room

Catherine is brilliant at assessing homes and advising on creating a look that is absolutely right for you.

Dining

Kitchen

Bedroom

Child's bedroom

Her personal style is extremely soft and gentle, but she is not afraid of adding punchy accents that in the end make a home personal and fun to be in.

Hare cushion

She sells a beautiful range of hessian cushions in delicate colours that have lovely rustic motifs…I absolutely love them!

Get in touch for any soft furnishings requirements or general interiors advice.