It has been 150 years since Cheshire cats, jam tarts and other curious and curiouser things entered our consciousness. Now, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is on trend.
To celebrate the anniversary of Lewis Carroll's much-loved children's book, it's time to enter the fantasy world of Alice and take a tumble down the rabbit hole.
It's all white
Loomah are relaunching their Wonderlands Collection to celebrate the anniversary of this enchanting novel. First shown at Decorex in 2010, lay the White Rabbit down to create a cosy reading spot or hang on the wall for a topsy-turvy talking point.
The White Rabbit,
custom made to order, Loomah
Time for tea
Add a fantastical touch to a Mad Hatter-esq tea party with this whimsical tray designed by Louise Kirk. Hand made from birch wood in Sweden, the protective melamine cover means it will be easy to wipe those jam tart stains clean.
Alice in the Court of Heart Tray by Louise Kirk, £18, Amara
Curiouser and curiouser
Made from soft cotton, this curiouser and curiouser Alice and flamingo tea towel design will add a dose of nostalgia to kitchens and prove that drying up has never looked so good.
Alice and Flamingo Cotton Tea Towel, £12, Mrs Moore's Vintage Store
The Mad Hatter, White Rabbit and Cheshire cat have been given a contemporary makeover. Cover cushions or hang curtains made from this charming fabric embossed with a medley of characters from the children's book.
Gallymoggers Reynard c Tana Lawn Cotton, £22.50 per metre, Liberty
House of cards
Alice in Wonderland is synonymous with playing cards. These whimsical designs, which are also available in the Mad Hatter, Queen of Hearts, Alice and the Cheshire cat designs, have a melamine coating which means they are easy to clean and heat resistant.
Rabbit coaster, £5, Avenida Home
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