Latest Country Homeware

The Latest Country Homeware

If you’re looking for country homeware gifts, look no further than our collection of mugs. Featuring country themes such as tractors, shooting and dogs, these come in white gift boxes, so they make excellent gifts. We also stock the matching greeting cards, making for a wonderfully co-ordinated birthday present.

For protecting surfaces and adding a subtle hint of country charm we stock coasters with outdoor themes. Made from sustainably sourced eucalyptus board and coated with a long lasting and durable melamine surface, these are designed to last and look great for years to come.

Our country homeware range also includes a range of cutlery such as cheese knives with stag head emblems on top. These make fantastic gifts for cheese lovers as they come in a presentation box, and if you want to continue the theme, we sell the matching whisky glasses too.

Country Homeware FAQs

What is country style décor?

Country style décor refers to an interior design style that represents a simple country life. The theme will often involve muted colours, distressed or second-hand furniture and accessories with farmyard or outdoor themes such as animals.

Why are mugs called mugs?

The origin of the word “mug” is actually unknown. It’s thought it may come from Scandinavia as they have the word “mugg” which means an “earthen cup or jug”.

What size is an average mug?

The standard mug size is between 8 – 12 ounces, but the more common size you see today is typically between 12 – 20 ounces.

Why are cheese knives curved?

Cheese knives are curved as it increases the surface area for spreading soft cheeses, yet it also needs to be sharp in order to cut hard cheeses. The curved shape is so it can be equally useful as both a cutting and spreading tool.

Should you use a coaster?

Yes, it’s always a great idea to use a coaster. Coasters help to protect your furniture from liquid rings and scratches and nicks that may occur from moving your drink around.

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