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17 September,2019

Five Countryside Interior Accessories You Need This Autumn

With the nights drawing in and golden leaves falling, autumn is showing its arrival. Weekends will be soon wrapping up in front of the fire, cooking hearty dinners while the weather beats against the door.

Autumn brings a rich source of seasonal inspiration for our homes. Earthy colours in pattern and texture, natural woods and country inspired animal accessories together with displays of natural foliage, all give our homes a countryside feel.

Here are our five favourite accessories that we feel you need to have in your countryside home this autumn:

Flock of Birds Wall Decoration

Birds leaving our shores and migrating south is a first sign of the autumn months approaching. This beautiful and unusual wall-hanging has seven painted metal birds against a simple copper-circle sun. With its calm and autumn and winter tones, this would look fantastic in any country home.

£89 – Graham & Green

Foxes Knitted Cushion by Sophie Allport

You can never have too many cushions! We love this inquisitive red fox on this distinct forest green knitted cushion by Sophie Allport. Cosy to cuddle up to especially through the autumn months, this cushion compliments any chair, sofa or bed.

£48 – Sophie Allport

We are huge Emma Bridgewater fans here at Haynet and we simply love their new Pheasant Feather & Game Bird range. As nature begins its season of earthy tones, this gorgeous oval platter would look simply fantastic at any time of the year on an oak dining table.

£115 – Emma Bridgewater

Solid Wood Acorn Jar from More Handles

This solid wood Acorn Jar looks not only great on a kitchen or living room shelf but are handy in keeping things in such as tea bags or matches for the home fire. These lidded acorn jars come in two sizes which can be paired together to create a very countryside look!

£14.85 – More Handles

How much better would autumn chilly nights be wrapped up in this gorgeous tartan blanket? It is perfectly named as the tartan’s colours are reminiscent of autumnal leaves with deep burgundy, burnt oranges and golden yellows.

These recycled wool blankets are 70% recycled wool, 30% mixed fibres from material that would otherwise end up in landfills, so a great eco-friendly choice.

From £40 – The Tartan Blanket Co

Haynet also LOVES:

Dark Pheasant Feather Candle from Hunt & Feather
Iittala Toikka Grouse Bird
Barbour Classic Tartan Shawl
Dry Stone Wall Mugs by A Farmer’s Daughter

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