Union Jacks

Everything for the home, with a Union Jack!

Welcome to Union Jacks, the web site dedicated to everything for the house and home with a Union Jack design. So if you are looking for anything from union jack cushions to union jack mugs or union jack duvet covers, then you are in the right place. We have hand picked the very best Union Jack items so you don't need to spend hours searching through all the home and interiors web sites - you can find all sorts of things for the home in a Union Jack design here, at a glance. Our selection comes only from reliable retailers in UK and our Price Checker is updated constantly, so you can be sure to find the best deals and prices on all things with Union Jacks available to buy in UK.

Our Choice of the Best Union Jack Designs for the Home

See above for all the best deals and choice in Union Jack designs, or for more specific union jack items, such as cushions, mugs, bedding or door mats, see our links on the right for our selection of the very best in all of these items.

About our Union Jack Selection

Union Jack designs are so popular these days, and the union jack has been used on all sorts of items, from armchairs to duvet covers. But more than this, in the hands of such creative designers, the union jack has been given a new lease of life, and today you will find the union jack in all sorts of varieties of forms, using different materials, dimensions and even different colours to the standard red, white and blue, such as the lovely floral, green union jack cushion below.

Union Jack Cushions

Did you know...

The Union Jack expresses the diversity of the British Isles by integrating the flags of Scotland, England, and Northern Ireland in one symbol, literally showing the nationsí union. Each cross represents one of the countries, specifically the patron saint of that country. Saint George was the patron saint of England, Saint Andrew of Scotland, and Saint Patrick of Ireland. The red horizontal and vertical stripes are of England, the red diagonal stripes are of Ireland, and the white diagonal stripes with blue a background are of Scotland. The Welsh Dragon was not incorporated into the design, mainly because Wales and England were already united when the idea for the Union Jack first came into being.

The Union Jack in Fashion and Design

Although the Union Jack dates back to 1606 after England and Scotland were united, the design came into recent popular culture during Beatlemania in the swinging Sixties. London became a hub of all things new and fashionable. Many new bands adopted the symbol of trendy Britain in the early periods of rock and roll. One particular influential musician to take up the Union Jack was Pete Townsend of The Who, who famously wore a Union-Jack emblazoned jacket on their first album cover. More recently, Freddie Mercury and Oasis have endorsed the design. Also, Geri Halliwell made the flag popular with a mini-dress at the Brit Awards in 1997. Since then, the Union Jack has been found used in the design of all sorts of clothing and home accessories, including Union Jack bedding, Union Jack mugs, and the ever popular Union Jack cushions.