If you read my animal spirit post, you'll know that I love rabbits. The only thing which prevents me from filling the flat with rabbity things is my husband.
I campaigned tirelessly to get this doorstop into our flat and was a change.org petition away before he relented. I think you’ll agree, it’s a fine looking doorstop.
Here are the best bunny themed gifts on the market at the moment.
Alex Monroe Sitting Bunny Ring with Diamond
Like a magpie, my attention was momentarily captured by the Marc Jacobs bunny ring but I wasn't convinced. It wasn’t cute or charming.
I then discovered this ring by Alex Monroe. Gold = precious, diamond = precious, bunny= precious.
Alex Monroe produces excellent stacking rings too FYI.
Sergio Rossi leather bunny sandals
Nude barely-there heels have solved many a ‘yes I’ve got the dress but what do I wear on my feet?’ quandary. These Sergio Rossi shoes retain all of the best features of the classic barely-there heel but the bunny ears at the back and bow at the front add some quirky-but-not-comedic interest.
Oliver Bonas salt and pepper shakers
There are some dining accessories that can use to express yourself. I can’t believe I’ve just typed that, but I think it’s true: Napkin holders, salt and pepper shakers and coasters. This salt and pepper set from Oliver Bonas are an inexpensive way to liven up a tablescape.
Estee Lalonde (the artist formerly known as Essie Button) had a HAM print in the background in one of her videos by this amazing company. My brother is buying me one for Christmas. Not so subtle hint: the button lift print is my favourite.
London Bird necklace
I tried to get into statement necklaces but I just didn’t carry it off with panache. I much prefer delicate pieces, like this bunny necklace with a pearl tummy.
Flopsy Bunnies print
My friend Amy is having a baby and wants the nursery to be this pink colour so I bought her this print. It's more of a pinky red.