Fallen Fruits launches Christmas range

Garden giftware company, Fallen Fruits, whose themed, designer products are inspired by nature, has unveiled its enhanced stag and acorn themed collection within its 'Best for Boots' range.

The range, includes a deer doorbell, wall decoration and coat hook, as well as more unusual pieces such as the Acorn Stocking Hanger and Key Keeper, made of cast iron. Consisting of a simple hook design, topped with a rustic acorn, the Stocking Hanger can be used for keys, coats and other items throughout the year. The durable, weather-resistant casing of the Acorn Key Keeper makes it perfect for both inside and out of the home, providing discreet storage for spare keys.

Fallen Fruits Managing Director Michael Hall said: "Our stag head products blend perfectly with both contemporary and classic home trends.  A simple yet elegant nod to the wild nature of the highlands, this rustic collection ensures consumers can enjoy the beauty of this iconic symbol of the British winter, without having to brave the weather."

Made from cast iron and where appropriate mounted onto slate panels, stag collection prices start at £14.99 for a trio of stag antler coat hooks.

Hall added: "Originally designed to bring together products tailored for cleaning and storing, the popularity of this range has led to the creation of a wide array of beautiful giftware based around nature, which is at the heart of the Fallen Fruits ethos. ‘

As with all Fallen Fruits garden and giftware ranges, all the products can be incorporated into the company’s in store ‘shop within a shop’ proposition.

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