Good morning, I hope you are all well and nobody is snowed in. Thankfully we escaped the snow here in Suffolk, just cold and wet, yuk. Anyway today I have something very cute to share with you. Last week we were very lucky ro receive a delivery from White Rabbit England. After several weeks of disturbed nights as Kitty keeps waking after bad dreams I was keen to see if a white rabbit shaped night light would solve the problem.
I remember reading about White Rabbit England several years ago and have always thought how cute their lamps are. The business was started ten years ago by two sisters looking for a product reminiscent of their own childhood for their children. Having slept with a little ceramic toadstool lamp between their beds in the rural Lancashire home, Charlotte and Victoria were keen to add a piece of nostalgia to their own childrens bedrooms. But like so many things from our childhood the lamp was no longer available. This sparked an idea to find craftsmen to recreate the lamps so in May 2002 White Rabbit England was launched. Initially the sisters had just one lamp design, Dewdrop, a ceramic lamp glazed and had painted in the famed Staffordshire potteries. The lamp was well received when launched into the childrens interiors market.
Ten years later and Charlotte and Victoria have an established business now offering far more selection than just a toadstool lamp. White Rabbit England now has a full range of nightlight, bedding, crockery, soft furnishing, gifts, toys and books. These beautiful and classic designs would all make fabulous heirlooms to be cherished for many years to come.
Kitty was very excited by the arrival of her Rabbit lamp and we soon had it set up in her bedroom ready for scaring away monsters. Kitty and Amber share a bedroom and Amber likes to sleep with the light off so I was a little worried that she would not like having this lamp in her room. Yet the Rabbit lamp offers a soft glow that did not disturb Amber and helped Kitty sleep more soundly. The girls are aware that they must be careful with their White Rabbit lamp as it is made from china but they have still named it! Nibbles, as their lamp is now fondly known, is a beautiful addition to their bedroom but more importantly has saved me more sleepless nights.
I believe White Rabbit England lamps are a wonderful gift for young children and new parents will be thankful of such a beautiful gift for many years to come.
Be sure to visit White Rabbit England's website to see their full collection of beautiful products.
Have a wonderful Wednesday!
PS This is a sponsored post/review