Discover a wonderland of inspiration for your home and garden

The Ideal Home Show Scotland, in partnership with Shelter, is returning to Glasgow’s SEC this May with celebrity guests and a life-sized Show Home and Garden.

The major exhibition sees celebrity guests, interior designers, architects, stylists, chefs, free live talks descend on Glasgow’s major events venue, the SEC from Friday 26th to Monday 29th May.

And Glasgow Live is delighted to offer every reader the chance to ensure a free ticket to the iconic Ideal Home Show.

The UK’s biggest and oldest home and garden exhibition will have four stunning show areas packed with packed with hundreds of brands, innovative products and on-trend solutions for your home.

Last year, more than 40,000 people attended the show and this year is shaping up to be no different and we have a free ticket to give away.

Celebrities galore

The event covers four fun-filled days with celebrity guests, including Scottish interior designer John Amabile

This year attendees will be able to catch celebrities including, Stuart & Scarlette Douglas, known for presenting Channel 4 show, Flipping Fast alongside George Clarke; Charlotte Reddington and Gemma Lilly aka the Style Sisters, known for transforming celebrity houses and their immaculate organisational skills; Lee Connelly aka the Skinny Jean Gardener, one of the UK’s top TV gardening presenters; and home and interior designer John Amabile.

The celebrities will be taking to the main stage to share inside knowledge tying in with this year’s show themes of organisation and maximising even the smallest of spaces. Experts will also be on hand to offer property advice, as well as discussing the latest technology in home renovation.

Retail therapy

Explore hundreds of brands selling the latest innovative products for your home and garden

Those visiting the show can not only indulge in some retail therapy from over 60 brands like Mitchell Acoustics, Indulge Boutique, and Amy Britton Harris Tweed; but can gather ideas on how to elevate their homes and gardens from the inside out with big name brands like Designer Sofa Interiors and Colourfence Limited.

Attendees will also be able to see the latest interior design trends and themes with inspiring livings spaces in the Westholme Interiors Roomsets, where the latest must-have accessories and furniture is perfectly styled, perfect for anyone looking for a little inspiration.

Show Gardens

The Show Gardens offer inspiration on designs and layouts so you can make the most of Summer 2023

Those looking to renovate their outdoor space can visit the Show Gardens, partnered with Erskine Garden, to get top tips on how to transform even the smallest of green spaces.

As well as, home and interiors, The Eat & Drink Festival is available to all ticket holders and as well as offering a smorgasbord of gastrological delights, attendees can indulged in free samples, cooking demos, tasty tipples from the Champagne Bar, or grab a bite from one of the over 30 vendors available, like Golden Bottom Bakery, Andrew Henderson Roast Pork, or Fetta Di Pizza – to name a few.

Giles Perry, Event Director, said: “We’re glad to be back in Scotland and can’t wait to welcome our sponsors, the hundreds of exhibitors, and the thousands of visitors that we believe is going to make Ideal Home Show Scotland the best yet.”

To claim your free ticket* to the Ideal Home Show Scotland in partnership with Shelter simply visit

*Terms and conditions: Readers are entitled to one free ticket to Ideal Home Show Scotland on any day of the event. Offer ends 23:59 19 May 2023. Standard ticket price £13 advance rate and £16 on the door. Kids aged 0-15 years old go free when accompanied by an adult (max 2 kids per adult).

Ideal Home Show Scotland, in partnership with Shelter, takes place from Friday 26th to Monday 29th May, 10am to 5pm, at SEC, Glasgow. For more information and to book tickets visit

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