Boot racks, shoe racks, hat and coat pegs - keep your clobber organised!
Beautifully handmade in oiled oak, the boot rack can left outside under shelter if inside space is a problem. Made in England.
NB This item folds for posting and needs 2 screws (supplied) inserting into pre-drilled holes and screwing in before it is ready to use.
Ideal hooks for hats, bags and coats but also for garden tools and gloves.
Five cast iron metal stag hooks mounted on wooden plinth.
Easily screws to wall - needs 4 screws (not supplied).
Stout square shape with high sides and deep edges to stop the logs rolling out when carrying them from the log store to the hearth.
The basket is a practical size allowing a good amount of logs to be stored by the fireside.
In soft grey wicker.
NB Please note the actual weight of this item is 1092g, however the weight is shown here as 2.5kg for technical reasons because of it’s length to avoid it being sent by Royal Mail, who despite having vans big enough to carry large garden tools in the old days, now see this as a special so it will be despatched by courier instead.
Deals effectively with mud on the side of the boots as well as helping with their removal. Cast iron with sturdy bristles.
Its’s made of rubber although you wouldn’t guess by just looking at it, this classic style doormat as as practical as its cast iron cousins.
But will stand the tread of lots boots and wellies.
No more smelly firelights floating round the log basket.
Keep them safely stored in this metal tin.
Extremely sensible ash bucket with a good fitting lid to stop the ash drifting out of the bucket when taking it out to empty.
The handle has wood trim for comfort.
Made of metal with an slate blue enamel finish, is a real must for anyone with open fires.
Did you know that you can use wood ash on your garden?
The species of wood you are burning affects the nutritional value of the ash, but most wood ashes contain potassium, some phosphorous and magnesium. To neutralise acid soils you need about twice as much ash as you would lime, so use it around anything but acid loving plants. Mix the ash thoroughly with your soil for best results (allowing the ash to cool first of course!) Tomatoes, in particular, love a bit of ash.
We’ve yet to try some of these ideas, but wood ash can also apparently be used to: Melt ice
Hide paint stains on paving
Repel slugs and snails - by sprinkling around the plant you want to protect.
Polish silver and clean sooty glass fireplace doors. (It was even used to polish teeth in the days before toothpaste)
Until we try some of these ourself you are best to experiment if in any doubt.
The bucket is made from metal with an enamel finish and clearly marked for its purpose, in case the least intelligent member of the household devises another use for that pile of sticks…
Keep the heaviest of doors ajar with this tapered, heavy wedge.
There is nothing worse than the family coming home and kicking of their shoes and leaving them in a pile by the door.
This stackable oak shoe rack will help store the family’s shoes away neatly. Each rack is ordered separately so you can choose how many racks you need.
The racks simply stack on top of each other, handmade in oak with brass screws the shoe racks look lovely as well, so there is no need to hide them away in a cupboard.
The individual rack height is 16cm, 2 shoe racks 33cm high and 3 shoe racks 50cm high, as shown here.
Each rack will hold approximately 4 pairs of shoes (a mixture of his and hers).
Very minimal assembly required