Despite the fact that my husband quotes me as saying "Is nothing sacred?!" when he told me last year that Tim Burton was making Alice in Wonderland I couldn't avoid the hype - or the groovy NHS styled 3D specs - 50p...and they're mine to keep - so I went to see it.
Whilst it looked amazing the story wasn't as great as I remember the books being but I reckon its because they are so fantastical that it would be tough for any film maker to do it justice. I enjoyed it all the same and it's prompted me to scurry down the rabbit hole after some surreal wonderland interior accessories.
So settle down for a nice cup of tea and enjoy...giant Tea Cup Plant Pot from Rockett St George
Oversized pocket watch wall clock
Its hard to appreciate the scale of it so I'll post more images once I've bought mine! It's 36cm high, 39cm wide and 10cm deep and has lovely nickel detailing like a pocket-sized pocket watch.
I saw it on the wall of a local interiors shop and stupidly didn't buy it and of course it was sold once I'd gone back but I have managed to track it down on ebay...will stop you being late...for a very important date...
Through the looking glass
This beautiful ornate mirror from Graham & Green. The wooden antiqued gilt Trianon mirror is embellished with crown and scrolled edges for resting on the floor or over mantels.
I've always liked the kitsch animal lamps by Skk from Liberty especially this White Rabbit - a playful pet for your home...without any of the mess!
Mad Hatters Tea Party
This lamp - stacked cups and saucers on the base comes with a fabric lampshade is from Laura Ashley - available now from their new collection is a brilliantly affordable version of a the very similar Porcelain Blanche Table Light by Mat & Jewski available from Liberty so whether you're spending £100 or £540 a great way to add a quirky bit of Mad Hatter's tea party style to your home!