Based in the foothills of the Scottish Highlands, Caroline Inchyra has created a range of unique and timeless fabrics and accessories. From the original archive inspired linens first released in 2012, the Inchyra range has grown to include pure Scottish wools alongside co-ordinating accessories.
What started as an obsession with finding a way to recreate old linens, both in look and feel, has resulted in a collection which Country Life magazine applauds as being "admired for its subtle colour palette and fine quality sustainable linens".
Caroline says: "I find inspiration in something found, perhaps a scrap of antique fabric or an old shawl, and the route may be to simply recreate something that no longer exists and give it new life, or it may be to edit and play with form, colour or size to create something new. I try to always link what we're doing back to fabrics that we already have so that the whole collection works comfortably together. A house decorated in our fabrics feels lived in, it feels comfortably luxurious, you know that you are surrounded by a level of real quality."
"Inchyra's gorgeous linens have been on our radar for some time." The English Home Magazine
"Be still my beating heart!" Giles Kime on the Inchyra Balazuc Collection
"Inchyra fabrics are utterly beautiful." Maude Smith, The World of Interiors
Inchyra House, seen above, is at the heart of the Inchyra Estate, near Perth, Scotland and home to Caroline and her husband James, who run the company together.
Inchyra is also home to two other thriving enterprises: The Byre at Inchyra is acknowledged to be one of the Britain's top wedding venues and we are proud that we were awarded DWHA Worldwide Venue of the Year in 2018. Housed in a beautiful and sympathetically restored Victorian cattle barn that sits behind the main house the Byre also hosts the Inchyra Arts Club, a music and arts venue that puts on a programme of national and international artists throughout the year.
Find out more through the Inchyra Estate portal website.