This autumn, we’re moving to the country, making pancakes from scratch, and raising chickens. Or not. One thing’s for sure, crisp days of leaf crunching always make us crave homey elements, and right now, that impulse is easy to satisfy virtually anywhere you shop. Even wheat is chic.
Just a Drop. Chef-inspired, small-batch syrup. Espresso-infused syrup ($10.95), by JAVA & Co., from Golden Fig
Wrapped Up. Natural colors are definitely a thing this season. Cashmere scarf ($205), by Jitni, from Maha!
Over Easy. Because how else would you store your eggs? Ceramic egg crate ($12), by Biscuit, from Anthropologie
Essential Tool. A touch of wood warms up the kitchen. It works well, too. Wooden straining spoon ($12.95), from Crate & Barrel
Small Surprises. You can’t have too many little bowls, especially if they’re filled with rings from Brazil. Mini bowl ($3.25 each), by Fishs Eddy, from Honeyshine; Drusy agate rings ($62 each), from Statement Boutique
It’s a Stitch. The ultimate in cozy/chic, handmade in Italy. Tote bag ($1,000), by Lorenza Gandaglia, from Pumpz & Company
Read All About It. The hipster guide to country living. The Kinfolk Table ($35), by Nathan Williams, also from anthropologie
Freshly Baked. The ovenware you’ll hand down for generations. Enamel French oven ($240), by Le Creuset, from Cooks of Crocus Hill
Perfect Mix. Makes breakfast a cinch. Pancake mix ($5.95), by Whole Grain Milling Co., also from Golden Fig
Fall Essential. An update on the iconic field jacket. Women’s jacket ($449), by Barbour, from BlackBlue
Walkin’ Boots. A great twist on the ankle boots we live in. Suede boot ($395), by L’Autre Chose, also from Pumpz & Company