Terry Dresbach

Outlander Costume Designer

Episode 110 – The Costumes



There is a lot of ground to cover, a lot of costumes to tell you about. Wonderful Fan Faeiries have helped pull together pictures from the episode. I have put one of the actual costumes on a mannequin and photographed. But there are a lot more to do, so be sure to keep checking in for more detailed photos.

A lot of you have been asking to see more of our home here in Scotland, so I decided to write today’s blog from the music room. I think it is the most spectacular room in the house! I am going to need to camp out all afternoon, so this is a perfect spot.

Cuilean has taken up residence on the back f the chair, behind my shoulders. Not sure where that is coming from, but at least it is an armchair we added to the room, not one belonging to the owners. He is snoring IN MY EAR, literally.

Anyway, here is the music room! You can click on any picture to see it full size. Enjoy.

18 thoughts on “Episode 110 – The Costumes

  1. annalapping

    Thanks Terry for letting us see a little more of your home. The coffered ceiling is amazing, really the whole room is. I can understand why you would choose to work in there.

  2. Katie Friend

    Oh, That ceiling is Amazing! I would love to drink a cup of coffee in there and how many people have walked head first into those beams in the middle of the room? 🙂

  3. joanapolis

    I would be glad to come over there and be your floor sweeper or anything else in exchange for a small cot by the fire! What a lovely place. A little piece of heaven. That home couldn’t have found a more deserving couple!

  4. angelasassoinlondon

    Beautiful and comfortable as we all knew it would be. The two timber support posts holding up the ceiling are interesting..I can only assume that the ceiling started sagging at one point and needed to be propped up!
    Would love to see a close up the long horizontal print on the far wall – what is it?

  5. Jo Ann Platt

    Absolutely fabulous photos and what a stunning room. I have a few questions, if you don’t mind.

    How do you pronouce your dog’s name? He’s simply beautiful. Do you take him with you when you go back to the States or leave him in someone’s care in Scotland?

    Are the people in the portraits ancestors of the owners?

    What is the subject in the wide painting above the bookcase?

    Is it difficult to keep the piano in tune in such an extreme climate? Do you, Ron or your children play?

    How did you find this lovely property?

  6. jbwebb

    omg! DYING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am an interior designer from Texas and write a design blog (8 years plus now – a pioneerning blogger.)

    I am lusting after your house and study all the photos you have posted. I would love to do a story on your house. Would you mind?

    If not, could I ask you a few questions to flesh it out a bit? If you don’t want to be bothered, would you mind if I show some of the photos?

    Joni Webb
    cote de texas
    http://www.cotedetexas.blogspot.com email:

  7. gigi

    This made me smile. It is so you I know they could drop you on the moon and you could create a cozy home for Ron.
    Will I ever run into you in Whole Foods again? Thanks for the blog it is a bit of Terry for those of us who know and miss you.
    Carol B.

  8. jbwebb

    hi, just saw your reply. i think i could probably piece a story together from what you’ve written.
    If you mind me showing some of your photos, just let me know and i’ll
    move along.

    I originally planned to write about the sets –
    Geillis’ room, Colum’s mural library, the great room, etc.
    My readers would love to read about the antiques on the set, etc.
    After seeing pictures of your house – I thought they would make
    a nice addition to the story – the real life of a modern Lollybroch.

    I’ve been writing Cote de Texas for 8 years and have over 70,000 readers
    each month.

    If you don’t want me to use some of the photos, just let me know
    and I’ll write it about the sets instead. I know the readers would
    be fascinated to see them !!!!

    Thanks – Joni Webb


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