When packing for a stay at the Eco Pod in Scotland, take inspiration from the interiors and mix black, leather and metal with natural materials & hues.
Pack for a weekend at the Eco Pod in Scotland by filling your bag with a mix of Scottish and American eco-design. Take inspiration from the interiors of the geodesic dome pods and mix black leather and metal with natural materials and hues.
Erica Weiner Circles & Squares Necklace
Made from a long vintage brass chain threaded through a series of gunmetal-plated brass cubes with hollowed-out circles, this necklace by Erica Weiner echoes the shapes found in the exteriors of the Eco Pod hotel. It’s geometric shapes create a nice contrast with the neutral garments.
$75, Erica Weiner
Right As Rain T-shirt
Taking the idea of natural beauty to the next level the team behind Right as Rain came up with the unique concept of planting and harvest shirts, thus leaving the design to the unpredictability of nature. After the t-shirt has been planted in the ground for two to three months they are “harvested” and dried and then they are ready for wearing.
Approx. $325, Right As Rain
Izzy Lane Shetland Herringbone Zipped Coat
This zipped coat in a black and camel herringbone fabric will keep you warm through that British winter. Made from a rare breed of Shetland wool from the Izzy Lane flock of 600 rescued sheep, this coat is truly one-of-a-kind.
Approx. $520, Izzy Lane
Henrietta Ludgate Leather Skirt
Scottish luxury women’s wear designer, Henrietta Ludgate is known for her distinct structural aesthetic, and minimalist design, as well as for channeling her Scottish Heritage into her collection. The entire collection is produced locally, supporting Scottish craftsmanship.
Melange Hoodie Scarf / Alpaca Wrap by Mayu
This chunky knit alpaca scarf is the perfect size to wrap up with and in case you can’t find a hat, it’s got a super cute, oversized hood to keep you warm. Handknit by artisans in Peru with the highest quality pure, eco-friendly alpaca fiber.