Not at Glastonbury? Here’s how to create a laid-back festival vibe at home

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The 4am rug is not for shoulder-high mud puddles  (Henry Holland)
The 4am rug is not for shoulder-high mud puddles (Henry Holland)

If festivals are your scene, but shoulder-high mud puddles and mile-long gate queues most certainly are not, there are plenty of ways to bring the Glasto feel home.

For a stellar accessories lineup, where’s better to start than a mug released to mark 50 years of Glastonbury. Certainly worth the cost to marvel at the festival’s original £1 ticket price alone. Buy the 1970 Pilton Pop Red Mug, £10, at shop.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk.

This compact-chic fire bowl folds away when not in use, perfect for small gardens without the acreage of Worthy Farm. Find the Snow Peak Pack and Carry Fireplace, £179, at Goodhood.

The Solar Power ashtray (Lorde)
The Solar Power ashtray (Lorde)

Nurture your inner Nineties raver with a psychedelic-style patterned rug. And where better to show it off than underfoot at your own home festival — just make sure it’s one without a puddle in sight. The 4am rug in pink by Henry Holland, £600, is available at Floor Story.

Lorde fans should keep an eye on the singer’s official site for news of a merch restock. This Solar Power collection ashtray is perfect for hazy summer garden gatherings. Stoned at the Nail Salon ashtray, £30, at uk.lorde.store.

4am rug (Henry Holland)
4am rug (Henry Holland)

Or celebrate Glastonbury headliner Sir Paul McCartney’s return to the stage with an LP of his first solo album after the 1971 formation of Wings. McCartney II, £22.99, is available at roughtrade.com.

An iconic home festival needs a mighty sound. Marshall’s have a portable speaker, so you can take your party on the road this summer. Tufton portable speaker, £379.99, at Marshall

Tundra 45 cool box (Yeti)
Tundra 45 cool box (Yeti)

Some cool boxes are just cooler than others. Yeti has combined form and function for the best-looking drinks storage around. Tundra 45 cool box, £300, at Yeti.

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