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Fill your home with beautiful accessories
If the new season has spurred you on to refresh your home décor, you’ll love Sainsbury’s stylish new Harvest collection. Brimming with beautiful home accessories inspired by the British countryside, it’s now easier than ever to create a relaxing, cosy feel in your home for autumn.
Not sure where to begin? Start with cool tones of sky grey and pale wheat and layer bold mustard yellow to add warmth and reflect the changing shades of the countryside – think of russet hedgerows and the rich tones of fallen leaves.
Key style points to note include hand-carved woodware, delicately embroidered fabric, playful animal decorations, sponge-printed ceramics and rustic woven baskets – all will add a personal touch to any room.
With a nod to the Arts and Crafts style, this collection works well in both traditional and contemporary settings. And it’s fantastically priced, meaning you can totally revamp your home or mix-and-match favourites with existing pieces for a fresh seasonal update.
A must-have for every home is a layer of irresistible fragrance, and Harvest’s scented candles offer an inviting aroma of fresh greenery and berries with a spicy undertone, created exclusively for this collection.
Take a look at our edit of top buys, all available at selected Sainsbury’s stores from 11 September 2016. Or to find your nearest store, go to sainsburyshome.co.uk (opens in new tab).
Harvest Embroidered Cushion, £12
Mix-and-match different cushions in a range of mellow yellows and more natural shades to capture the autumnal mood. This beautiful embroidered flower design could easily pass as a vintage find!
Hedgerow Ceramic Candle, £7
Candle holders don’t come much prettier than this speckled ceramic pot, complete with a hedgerow printed wooden lid to keep dust at bay. Place it on your coffee table and enjoy cosy, candle-lit nights in.
Herringbone Throw, £15
This bold mustard throw features a herringbone weave, a firm-favourite in the textile world, and will help create a comfy feel in your home. Simply drape over the side of the sofa or an armchair for timeless style.
Hare Door Knobs, 4pk, £10
Spruce up existing furniture by replacing your door knobs with these screw-in hare heads – it’s an easy way to bring a bit of nature into your home and little ones will love them when they come to visit.
Carved Wooden Frame, £12
Family photos deserve pride of place in your home and this beautiful wooden frame with intricate floral carvings will help bring natural textures in from the outdoors.
Harvest Wicker Bin, £10
It’s the little finishing touches that really add character and bring a room to life. Rustic woven baskets are an easy way to bring your love of woodland and the beautiful English countryside indoors.
Printed Linen Cushion, £14
Burnt orange and mellow yellows are a good starting point for your colour scheme and although interior trends are fickle, bold checks are one trend that never goes out of fashion.
Mink Throw with Tassels, £25
With soft furnishings, texture is key when it comes to styling. So introduce chunky knits and cosy weaves to your collection of cushions. Colourful tassels are a must!
Hare Object, £8
Pop this cheeky chap on a shelf to bring a little fun and animal magic into your home. Metallics are this season’s micro-trend, and bronze works well with the rustic woodland theme.
Hedgerow Gel Candle £5
Create a golden glow in your home with this nature-inspired candle featuring a whimsical mix of pressed hedgerow flowers.
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