Williams Sonoma's Peter Rabbit Collection Is Seriously Adorable

Williams Sonoma's Peter Rabbit Collection Is Seriously Adorable

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Elizabeth Licata
Feb 12, 2018
(Image credit: Courtesy of Williams Sonoma)

The Tale of Peter Rabbit has been delighting children all over the world for more than 100 years. It's one of the best-selling books of all time, and Beatrix Potter's famous bunny just became the star of a new live-action movie that came out this weekend. With Peter Rabbit back on the big screen, Williams Sonoma just released a tie-in collection that's perfect for kids, or even just nostalgic adults.

According to Food & Wine, the collection went up on sale on the Williams Sonoma website this weekend, and the Peter Rabbit collection includes a ton of products. There are mixing bowls, cookie jars, towels, candles, and trivets, all bearing Beatrix Potter's cute illustrations. There's even a Peter Rabbit doormat, which costs $59.95 and looks too cute to step on.

The Peter Rabbit apron is available in adult and kid sizes, and you can even have it monogrammed. I cannot possibly be the only parent in the room thinking, "My kid would look so cute in that!" It might get messy, but that's part of its charm. Peter Rabbit wasn't exactly a fastidious bunny.

The big Peter Rabbit mixing bowl is $40 and designed for mixing ingredients, but it's made of stoneware and it's also perfect as a serving piece. With the rabbit theme, it'd make a fantastic salad bowl.

There's a carrot quick bread mix for $14.95 that contains baby carrots, toasted pecans, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and cloves. It can be used for carrot bread or muffins, and all you have to add is butter, water, and eggs, so it sounds like it would be a very good first baking project for small children who are interested in cooking.

The Peter Rabbit cookie decorating kit has 12 cookie cutters in an illustrated box, and stainless steel pastry tips with pastry bags. You could use these to illustrate your own Peter Rabbit story. My toddler is obsessed with watching cookie-decorating videos on YouTube, and I know she would get an absolute kick out of these. The finished examples in the listing look like they took some serious cookie skills, but kids will still like them even if they're just adding candy eyes and spilling frosting all over them.

The Peter Rabbit silicone spatulas are three for $27.95, and they're almost too cute to cook with.

The collection is on sale now at Williams Sonoma, and there's plenty of time to pick out a selection for Easter.

What do you think of the Peter Rabbit collection?

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