To kick off our home tour day, we decided to roundup all of our favorite English, Irish, Welsh and Scottish homes. From Victorian row homes in London to railway cottages and color-filled homes in Scotland, this roundup is full of cozy decorating ideas that would work in any home. –Amy
(In honor of St. Patrick’s day, if you’re missing a dose of green, we have you covered right here.)
*Editor’s note: In response to the discussion with readers below, this post has been updated and a note from our team is in the comment section.
Image above: A factory-converted flat in London filled with original details (like the original floorboards.) See all the photos here.
Image above: A cozy 2-bedroom Victorian flat in London. See all the images here.
Image above: A spare room in a small Victorian railway cottage built in 1890. See all the photos here.
See more of our favorite UK homes after the jump!
Image above: A colorfully embellished closet in Brighton, England. See all the photos here.
Image above: A quilt with a mix of kimono Liberty print silk on a French wrought-iron bed in a Victorian home in South East London. See all the photos here.
Image above: When Shara Henderson and Paul Wesolek moved to London from Melbourne, they arrived with only their suitcases and cameras. They seem to have settled in to Brockley, a suburb in southeast London, quite well. See all the photos here. (And see how to Make It Yours.)
Image above: Dark gray brings out the wood tones in Luke Fenech and Oliver Chapman’s home in Greenwich, England.
Image above: The rotation gallery wall in South East London. See all the photos here.
Image above: A cozy bedroom in a London home. The couple completely restored the entire home. See all the photos here.
Image above: Turns out you can go home again. This homeowner purchased her childhood flat in London and it’s now home to her family. See all the photos here.
Image above: A bright, colorful home in Dublin, Ireland. See all the photos here.
Image above: If you can’t decide on one tile color, why not just go with all of them? The look works in Megan Price and Robert Shadbolt’s kitchen because everything else is kept neutral. See more of the couple’s home in Manchester, England here.
Image above: This built-in cupboard is original to Victoria Suffield’s 1930s home in Winchester, South England.
Image above: An antique sofa covered with linen from one of the last linen mills in Scotland with a mix of cushions in Glasgow, Scotland. See all the photos here.
Image above: Just 40 minutes outside London, Gemma Ahern (sister of designer Abigail Ahern) completely redid her 1,200 square foot space on a $10,000 budget.
Beautiful shades of grey and yellow in Belinda Love Lee’s Cardiff home.