The interior of Irish houses is directly related to Celtic traditions. The current Irish style in interiors is famous for beautiful lace, as well as intricate patterns.
The basic traditional element of Irish decor is the medallion. It is present both in domestic paintings and in other objects of houses.
Dwellings in Ireland are not large. Usually the houses are one-story or two-story. The main material in the construction of traditional Irish houses is stone. Clay is used as an alternative. Usually the Irish plaster the walls in their dwellings or whitewash them. Stone texture is also popular. It is valued for giving the home a natural look.
Until now, in some small towns in Ireland, you can find houses with thatched roofs. It is valued because it perfectly protects dwellings from precipitation and creates a special unique climate in them.