My fondness of this wonderful company began with Tiggy’s brother Reuben some 4 years or so ago. Reuben is now approaching the age of six, but when younger he began to be afraid of the dark.
It’s natural for children to be upset when it’s pitch black, their little imaginations running wild, and so to combat Reuben’s fears and upset we set about looking for a little lamp for his bedroom, and that was when we found White Rabbit England.
At the time of Reuben’s fears he had for some unknown reason a fascination with owls. We’ve taken him many a time to see them and sometimes he’s been fortunate to have held some, something Tiggy seems to be keen to do too…
The little owl lamp from White Rabbit England did the trick and not only served a purpose but was beautifully made and looks simply lovely in Reuben’s bedroom and is still used to this day.
So when it came to looking for a lamp for Tiggy’s room there was only one place to look for me and that of course was White Rabbit England.
Their signature rabbit lamp is just darling! It’s their original award winning children’s ceramic rabbit lamp, which has the softest warm night light which shines through it’s white bone china.
Their lamps are made in England exclusively for White Rabbit England by skilled craftsmen in Staffordshire potteries, each one hand made and hand crafted to an exacting standard.
To quote White Rabbit England: “Children can wake in the night many times and will often simply go back to sleep if they are reassured by a gentle light and can see their familiar surroundings. Our lamps do just that and as such replace the need to leave on the landing light!” and they couldn’t be more spot on as this has certainly been the case here.
In true wonderful company fashion, White Rabbit England not only incredibly kindly gifted Tiggy her rabbit lamp but also popped in their white rabbit bunny and book set which are adorable.
Tiggy has taken a real shine to her bunny and has insisted on taking it to bed with her which is a real seal of approval I can tell you! If Tiggy doesn’t want something in her bed she’s not afraid to shout a big “No!” followed by said item being thrown out. Her sleepy time companions are reserved for her most treasured of toys.
The little book that accompanies and complements the white bunny is such a lovely story, beautifully written and signed too by the author Charlotte which is particularly lovely.
I have always read my children a bedtime story and this book is one of Tiggy’s very first such books, so will no doubt be a treasured keepsake of Tiggy’s.
To purchase the items mentioned in this post you can click on this link to be taken to White Rabbit England where you’ll discover lots more lovely items too!
This post is clearly written in collaboration with White Rabbit England but I hope from having read it you’ll see that we’re genuine fans of this company for the reasons I’ve given above xoxo