There’s nothing nicer than snuggling up at night with those you love, especially during the colder winter months. Inspired by autumnal woodland creatures and countryside landscapes, our aptly named Sanctuary collection helps you to create the perfect place to retreat to in your home.

With soft natural textures and neutral colours teamed with distinguished, unique design touches, our Sanctuary collection will help you to achieve a stunning look in your home for winter and all of the months that follow. Here’s how:

Subtle hints with soft furnishings

Whether you’re having a complete change in your living room or you’re just wanting to revamp it, soft furnishings can bring any room to life. Within our Sanctuary range, you’ll find cushions and throws that will help you to complete your country-inspired decor. Bringing the outside in, our hare cushion has a beautiful hand-painted look and will add a subtle twist to your sofa.

Then there’s our snug cushion, which is quite literally the definition of snug! It boasts a neutral colour and a printed definition of what snug is, describing exactly what you’re trying to achieve within your home! Again, this will bring another design element to the chairs / sofas within this room.

Top tip: Finish off your sofa with our lush faux fur throw, it’s ideal for softening the look in your room and perfect for snuggling up in!

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Distinguished designs with feature wallpaper

A great way to bring a completely new look to your home and without too much hassle is to create a feature wall. Wallpaper is ideal for doing this and will instantly transform an otherwise boring room into something that looks professionally designed!

To truly finish off the rustic, countryside theme that we’re creating with Sanctuary, why not opt for our wooden planks wallpaper or the Superfresco easy innocence? These will complement the understated colour scheme perfectly whilst also adding a unique, luxurious touch to your home.

Top tip: Our Woodland Fawn and Stoney Grey paint will go with these wallpapers beautifully, helping you to tie in your entire scheme with ease.

Picture perfect rooms with wall art

You can also bring your walls to life by hanging artwork on them. Adding to the country wildlife theme, we have a hand-painted design stag canvas which has a wooden plank-style background, completing the overall look. There’s also a hare canvas, which not only matches the hare cushion but it also boasts a check background. This is perfect if you’re wanting to bring a tartan-effect finish to your room!

Top tip: For the ultimate wow factor, select our mounted stag head, which is finished in a hessian texture. It’ll fit in perfectly with this rustic, country look.

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Inviting tones with warm lighting

To make sure you create that cosy, relaxing ambiance, why not add to your room with some lighting? As part of our Sanctuary range, we’ve designed some stunning lighting options. Our LED stag wall art will bring a focal point to your wall with its soft lighting creating a warming, inviting feel. Team this with our wooden light up star, which can be placed on your sideboard or table to add to these welcoming and warm finishing touches.

Our wicker heart fairy lights are ideal for framing something in your living room or for intertwining with your headboard. They’ll draw attention to the feature, whilst also adding to the cosy feel, especially when you turn the main lights off and have your room lit solely by these gorgeous LEDs and fairy lights.

Top tip: Don’t forget to add our concrete heart candle to bring a loving touch to the room!

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A completed look with complementing accessories

Finally, complete with some accessories with our pussy willow in a two-tone vase. The softness of the pussy willow will add to the overall subtlety of the room while the golden-effect two-tone vase will add to the warmth you’re creating with your interior features.

Top tip: No room’s going to be complete without our hare mug – because every cosy winter night needs a warm cuppa!

 

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