Instagram is a year-round source of inspiration for us at the Farm Shop, and Autumn might be our favourite season with all the photos of pumpkins, pies, preserving and of course the changing leaves. Here are 12 of our favourite accounts to follow at this time of year. Find us on IG @hawardenestatefarmshop and let us know who your favourites are.
Co-author of the DO Preserve book, food writer Anja's feed is full of Autumnal food inspiration and a excellent collection of earthenware.
Chef Anna Jones has just published her latest book A Modern Cook's Year, and it's helpfully divided into six seasaons. She also writes for The Guardian food column.
Alice Saunders lives in Boston, MA and makes bags. Her IG feed is also full of dogs, cabins and trees. It will make you want to book a holiday.
Mabli knits are designed in Wales and were in the Market Place at this year's Good Life Experience. 100% Merino wool, they are just what your children need for Autumn.
This account is curated by a pair of sisters, Lex and Tee, who love Autumn. There is some solid pumpkin representation.
Keiley McKean combines all things pumpkin and halloween with her seriously cute children. And all their names begin with K. We're wondering if she's any relation to the Kardashians.
Edinburgh based writer and photographer Rosie describes herself as a seasonal, homemade and vintage lover. We love her IG flat lays.
Photographer Ali Dover's feed is full amazing Autumnal light and wonderful photos.
We love this account which showcases the best photographers from all over Wales, especially at this time of year as the leaves are turning.
Because outdoor swimming is for all year round.
Photographer and writer Sara Tasker spoke brilliantly on iphonography at The Good Life Experience this year. There is something a bit magical about her feed and we love seasonal changing of colours on her grid.
This is where we want to be right now; hunkered down in a cabin in the woods, with the wood burning stove going. It's good to have goals.
Photo by Anja Dunk @cocoinmykitchen