6 Ways To Bring Texture Into Your Home

Thursday 15.11.2018 

Let Texture Welcome The New Season

Texture is a key part of a welcoming winter home, particularly as we welcome the colder days and darker nights. Make the most of those hibernation vibes and create cosy corners with tactile fabrics and low-level lighting, complimented with warm-spicy home fragrance and flickering candlelight.

Cosy Autumn Textures for your Autumn Living Room


The hand-aged patina of our industrial-inspired dining tables celebrates the natural beauty of weathered timber in your dining space. Boasting characterful knots and grain which bring just the right amount of rustic-chic to your pad. Pair with fabric dining chairs to soften the industrial look.

Rustic Wooden Table


Tactile fabrics bring comfort in the form of sofa covers and scatter cushions, drape woollen throws over sofa arms and backs to snuggle under while you hunker down on a winter’s eve. We love the just-laundered look of The Plumpton Sofa with stacks of scatters and double base cushions for extra lounge-ability, with side pockets to hold magazines, i-pads and TV remotes you won’t even have to leave your spot on the sofa.

Rustic Cocktail Cabinet


Glass brings elegance to the home, The Bayliss Rounded Sideboard teams curved glass side cabinets with a weathered timber top and base, and patinaed metal frontage which includes some classic detailing such as handles and rivets. Stack with twinkling drinking glasses, brass cocktail stirrers, rustic chopping boards and unusual bottles ready for the kick off of party season!

Industrial Inspired Cocktail Cabinet


Get that love-worn look with C&G’s range of cabinets inspired by original 1930’s designs. Meticulously hand-aged metal outers sport label holders, metal handles and antiqued timber plinths. Fab additions to your industrial inspired home.

Vintage Style Display Cabinets


Hop on the houseplant bandwagon trailblazed by Instagrammers in the know. Houseplants are a trend here to stay and if you’re not blessed with green thumbs then invest in some of the fabulous faux plants on the market. Houseplants also have some major health benefits such as filtering out pollutants in the home and cleaning the air we breathe. Sprigs of greenery such as eucalyptus are a nice alternative. 


Ceramics bring a wonderful earthy texture to your home, pop a plant in a pot or place a couple fireside to stash matches and firelighters in. Choose from on-trend concrete or more organic shapes in textured or glazed stoneware. Shown below The Mulgrave Sofa.