House envy: Home of the Year

Here’s a sneak peek at the homes being featured on RTÉ's Home of The Year this week, including a beautifully restored mill in West Cork

  • Gary Owen's West Cork home

  • Garry Owen's West Cork home

  • Garry Owen's West Cork home

  • Garry Owen's West Cork home

  • Kate and Mark McMullan's home

  • Kate and Mark McMullan's home

  • Kate and Mark McMullan's home

  • Kate and Mark McMullan's home

  • Paul O'Rourke's home

  • Paul O'Rourke's home

  • Paul O'Rourke's home

  • Paul O'Rourke's home

  • Paul O'Rourke's home

Here’s a look at the beautiful homes featuring on tonight’s episode of RTÉ One’s Home of The Year.

Gary Owen’s house is a stunningly renovated 18th century mill in West Cork. He and his wife Michi breathe new life into the old building, replacing modern features with salvaged finds to restore character and filling it with a collection of furniture and artwork built over years.

Kate and Mark McMullan’s red brick terraced house in Dublin required significant renovation and their focus was on introducing light into the home. To ensure the home was practical for their young family, they stuck to clean lines and a minimalist aesthetic.

The third home on tonight’s programme is Paul O’Rourke’s colourful Dublin apartment. Chef Paul opted for an industrial and vintage style in the apartment with statement pieces to create impact in the small space.

This is the third episode of the eight week programme. Three different properties are featured each week and Judges Hugh Wallace, Deirdre Whelan and Patrick Bradley decide which homes get through to the final. Home of The Year airs every Tuesday at 8.30pm on RTÉ One.

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