There are nine houses in Cramond Residence named after areas of Edinburgh. They are designed to reflect the history and characteristics of these areas through the mix of materials, colour, art and objects in the design.

The houses include:

Braid Hills

Includes a tribute to the wildlife in this beautiful landmark through the quirky, pheasant wallpaper found in the lounge

Belford

Draws inspiration from the National Gallery of Modern Art and features its own gallery of mixed, gold frames

Drumsheugh

Creates a sense of nostalgia for the iconic teal police boxes that were are a feature of Edinburgh in the 1930s

Greyfriars

The famous Greyfiars Bobby statue inspired this house, adding a playful element to the design

Ravelston

Pays homage to the golfing links of Ravelston with sports hats displayed on stands

Cluny

Has a tennis-themed snug to showcase this area’s popular sporting activity

Cockburn

Reflects the quirky and eclectic mix of shops and businesses found in Edinburgh’s Cockburn Street

Dean

Pays homage to the mills once found in Dean Village with some industrial chic design

Bonaly

Is inspired by the Friday Club, the Edinburgh Literati, who used to meet at Bonaly Tower