In addition to that, there is a really nice shrub called cotoneaster.
There are many different varieties, you can get ground cover varieties and tree cotoneasters, but they all have bright berries with them. Some are red, some are amber. This particular variety is otherwise known as the herringbone plant, with branches that grow out in opposite directions like a fishtail.
These bear not only lovely foliage for structure, but masses of autumnal colour from the clusters of berries too. It’s perfect to put underneath a window, against the side of the wall, or as a small shrub in borders.