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Duvet Day Props

14th Nov 2014

1. Soda fired bowl, around €20, The Leach Pottery

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Home comforts for those days you don’t want to leave the house?

Colder mornings, wet weather and dark evenings mean constant cravings for heart-warming cups of tea, big bowls of soup and slow-cooked stews. From a teapot that demands to be eternally topped up to a tray for ferrying food to breakfast in bed, we take a look at the perfect accessories to ease your way through a not-going-outside day.

1. Soda fired bowl, around €20, The Leach Pottery

2. Irish ash trivet by Superfolk, €38, Makers & Brothers

3. Oval cocotte in enamelled cast-iron, €179, Alessi

4. Hangable birch tray, €9, Ikea

5. Breakfast cup by Les Guimards, €18.29, Folklore

6. Spurtle (or ?glorified stick?), around €12, Ancient Industries

7. Enamel ladle by Reiss, around €60 for a set of three, Labour & Wait

8. Copper pot by Helen James Considered, from €55, Dunnes Stores

9. Teapot by Richard Batterham, around €110, David Mellor Design

Love these? For added insulation, team with our pick of winter textiles.

Sheenagh Green for @Image_Interiors