British homeware brands to get your house cosy for autumn

Autumn marks the time of year when we look for ways to make our homes more decorative and inviting, in preparation for the hibernation season ahead. It’s also traditionally the time when the most exciting new homeware collections are launched. The question is, where can you find something original and unique that you won’t see everywhere else? The following collections from a selection of small, independent British brands might just fit the bill.

Yolke x Salvesen Graham 

Interior designers Salvesen Graham and fashion label Yolke are both known for their modern take on traditional botanical prints, so their new collab is welcome news for floral fans. The collection, which unites loungewear and homeware, features a spriggy Yolke floral motif in pink and green, paired with a candy stripe fabric, used on a quilt, cushion and hot water bottle, as well as pyjamas and a robe. From £30, Yolke x Salvesen Graham.

Burleigh x Barneby Gates

Ever looked at a patterned vintage plate and wondered where you could find a similar print for your walls? If so, the new collaboration between wallpaper brand Barneby Gates and heritage pottery company Burleigh could be right up your street. Wallpaper designers Vanessa Barneby and Alice Gates have selected two popular patterns from Burleigh’s archive – Asiatic Pheasants and Calico – and adapted them into patterns that work for walls, giving the traditional English motifs a thoroughly fashionable twist. The papers come in china blue, navy and rose pink, £130 a roll, from Barneby Gates.

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