In 2015 Hebridean unveiled the newly refurbished public rooms on board Hebridean Princess which were designed by John Dick and Son using bespoke furniture and richly textured, locally manufactured fabrics to create a subtle Scottish feel. Universally admired, the results were stunning, comfortable and luxurious.
During the recent winter refit of 2016/17, John Dick and Sons have once again been working hard to transform over a third of the guest cabins on board.
Managing Director, Bruce Dick, commented: "We have used a contemporary woollen plaid
from Mulberry as a base fabric which gives continuity throughout the cabins. Inspired by the plaid we specified various complementary colours and textures as accent fabrics to give each cabin its own identity. Respecting the age of the ship and working with luxurious linens and weaves we
have brought the cabins up to date with a comfortable contemporary twist."
Ken Charleson, Managing Director for Hebridean Island Cruises added: "We are delighted with the the work carried out on 11 of our cabins by John Dick and Son. The designers have really embraced our brief to create cabins with a true Scottish feel which I am certain will be enjoyed by our guests during the 2017 cruising season and beyond".