The secluded sanctuary of Comraich house stands above the Maiden Loch on the outskirts of the coastal town of Clachtoll.
Curtains of Scottish wilderness hang from every angle, with views across the ocean to the Ross-shire mountains. Ever-changing light and weather create a picture book of scenes, including sightings of otters, buzzards, badgers and deer.
Renowned for its remote location, Sutherland is one of the least populated areas of Scotland. Miles of untouched coastline lay in wait: gleaming white beaches with the ebb and flow of translucent waters. Some reveal the deposits of a meteorite impact, with the main crater believed to be buried under younger sediment out at sea.
These refined burgundy red bothy walls pair well with the secondary purple rooftop for a versatile and memorable colour scheme. These classic tones work well in fashion and art as well as graphic design.
The richness provided by the ruby colour in this palette enhances the idea of luxury, giving a unique feel to the colour scheme when paired with the grittier more rustic grey tones. The reflected light of the sea envelopes the entire scape promoting a sense of security and containment.