The long, hot days of Summer are behind us and we’re beginning the transition to Autumn 2019. This time of year excites us so much as we love the return of Autumnal tones, warm oranges and rich mustard yellows that signify the start of the new season. We’ve added lots of new products at Harrison Cropper to get your home ready for those cosy evenings.


Draught Excluders:

A brand new product fresh for Autumn 2019 is our range of handmade draught excluders to keep your home warm in the chillier months. Designed to stop draughts creeping under your door, these draught excluders are not only practical additions to your room but also decorative. In a range of different fabrics, there’s a draught excluder to suit every home.

Balmoral Rust Tartan Draught Excluder

Balmoral Rust Tartan Draught Excluder - £15.99


Autumnal Cushions:

Inject some Autumnal hues into your home with our new cushion designs; tweeds, leather and poms a plenty. Embrace the new season and freshen up your sofa, armchair or bed with some new cushions or cushion covers that’ll transform your space into a cosy haven.

 Autumn Camel Tweed Wool Cushion

Autumn Camel Tweed Wool Cushion - £28.00



When it comes to finishing touches, flowers are a great way to add seasonal elements to your home. We have lots of new artificial flowers perfect for Autumn 2019 including berries, rose-hip and burgundy hydrangeas. The great thing is they last and require no watering or maintenance.

 Brown Berry Spray

Brown Berry Spray - £7.99



Your home wouldn’t be complete without the soft glow of candlelight on those chilly Autumn evenings. With lots of new candleholders to choose from, your home will be a relaxing place to put your feet up and unwind at the end of the day.

 Wooden Hearts Design Tea Light Holder

Wooden Hearts Design Tea Light Holder - £16.00

For more Autumn homeware ideas and inspiration take a look at our website. Visit us at our Garstang homeware shop to view our in-store range. Find us at Harrison Cropper, 8 High Street, Garstang, PR3 1FA.

September 05, 2019 by Lisa Crane