Mad As A March Hare

Adele Shotton-Pugh | Posted
The hare has long been associated with its 'mad' antics during the month of March. These long eared animals are amusing rather than cute like bunnies, making them ideal for interiors that want a more serious style and yet want to add a touch of tongue-in-cheek whimsy. Black wooden bookend in the style of a hare with a scarf

Barne By Gates

Hare book ends will add a touch of whimsy without looking immature or child-like. Ceramics rabbit teapots in black and white

Ali Express

These minimalistic ceramic hares are ideal for contemporary interiors. Bronze metal hare, ornament or doorstop

Tutti Decor

Bronzes of hares are becoming increasingly popular, the 'Star Gazing Hare' in particular. Humorous fabric hare head mounted on the wall like a trophy

Pinterest

Add a touch of silliness with this fabulous hare wall plaque. a311b18105018e9a_5406-w233-h233-b0-p0--rustic-candle-holders-and-candelabra

Houzz

A hare leaping over a tea light will cast crazy silhouettes onto walls. Boxing hare dictionary print wall art

Not On The High Street

Hares are renowned for boxing, this print would be great for masculine décor that doesn’t want to be too serious. Steampunk March hare leather mask

Amazing Interior

This steam-punk hare mask makes a fabulous piece of wall art. Wall decal with quote from Alice in Wonderland

York Shire Food & Drink

The March Hare, depicted by Lewis Carroll in Alice in Wonderland, is a great way to include this zany little creature's mad sayings in your home. Dove grey leaping hare rectangular cushion

Dreams & Wishes

Inject a touch of Spring into your home simply by using 'hare' cushions in the living room or bedroom.

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