10 Coolest Items Inspired by Alice in Wonderland

Thanks to our reader Katie for the idea!


In Tokyo, there is this awesome Alice in Wonderland themed restaurant. One of the coolest restaurants in the world. Enjoy and be inspired!



Vincent Thomas Leman creates for us a range of unusual furniture, Dust Furniture. Curved, twisted, flawed, and so on. These little creations are opposite to the current design (right, functional, sleek, space saving …). This furniture is inspired by surrealist design “very, very, very traditional or even old”. The style is there.


3Glass Bottle Necklace

Alice in Wonderland little potion bottle necklace with a little note inside that reads “drink me”, with an old fashion gold key attached. A charming and unique little necklace!


4Tea Cup Stool

Perfect for you next tea party with the Mad Hatter, the Tea Cup stool is inspired by the imagery and motifs in “Alice in Wonderland.”



The amazing hotel can be found at Seven Hotel located in Paris, France. Designed by Vincent Bastie, Virginie Cauet, Sylvia Corrette and Paul-Bertrand Mathieu.



The whimsical characters of Alice in Wonderland join your kid’s room with this gorgeous chandelier by Louise Antoinette. Your kid’s room will turn into the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party with the flip of a switch!


7 Shoes

Shoes by Nicholas Kirkwood for Printemps inspired in Alice in Wonderland. Shoes are divine!



Indoor rock climbing walls aren’t exactly outdoorsy; no matter how much faux-boulder texturing is done to the plastic you’re hanging onto. That’s why this crazy designer gym in Japan is so awesome — there’s no pretense about you climbing around on the side of a mountain when you’re perfectly well aware that you’re in a building in Tokyo.

So if you visit this Illoiha gym, rather than be faced with a wall full of knobby fake rocks, you’ll have the challenge of scaling a wall using picture frames, flower pots, and deer antlers.



Amazing detailed Alice in Wonderland tattoo, which tells the complete story including every character. This is truly a piece of living art.



Inspired by Alice in Wonderland and the Mad Hatter. A hand formed copper top hat sits on a copper band. Each piece of the hat has been individually formed. The hat’s tag is sterling silver and is stamped with 10/6. This is not a ring for the faint of heart.


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