EMPORIUM

Use sim­ple pat­terns, rich colours and nat­u­ral tex­tures for a con­tem­po­rary and rus­tic in­te­rior

Country Living (UK) - - Contents - COM­PILED BY SIAN WIL­LIAMS

New ways to in­tro­duce el­e­ments of coun­try style to your home

Woollen tex­tures in rich berry tones in­stantly add warmth at this time of year. Lamb­swool scarf, £29.99, Lon­don Trans­port Mu­seum Shop. Finger­less gloves, sim­i­lar, Etsy. Bas­ket, flea mar­ket find The Vin­tage Star de­sign on this throw, £149, by Melin Treg­wynt, is an ar­chive pat­tern re­vived from the 1950s

In­spired by the struts on Ja­panese drums, this solid cherry wood chair is de­signed by renowned crafts­man Koji Kat­suragi, £530, Sit­ting Firm

This rat­tan ‘Strol­ley’, £79, Olli Ella, switches from a pram to a trol­ley. Also avail­able in white

Pa­per sculp­tor Kate Kato recre­ates na­ture us­ing re­cy­cled ma­te­ri­als. Fungi sculp­ture in jar, from £310, Kasasagi

Tan leather clogs hand­crafted in Swe­den, £119, Kitty Clogs

Con­tain­ing a blade saw, prun­ing knife and gar­den­ing knife, this kit has all you need for tidy­ing and prop­a­gat­ing this au­tumn, £46, Is­abel Haines

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