My daughter is a total Princess, she loves anything pink or girly. Whilst E is only three years of age, she already enjoys having her hair styled, nails painted and most recently dabbling with Mummy’s makeup.
Being the total Diva that she is, E would love her very own ‘dressing table’ at which she can sit and perfect being pretty. I was therefore over the moon when Sue Ryder offered us the opportunity to review one of their snazzy Pink Children’s Dressing Tables.
About Sue Ryder
Sue Ryder is a charity, originally named the Sue Ryder Foundation and more recently Sue Ryder Care. The charity was founded in 1953 when the first nursing home was opened in Suffolk by Sue Ryder. The charity has since expanded and now has numerous care centres UK wide. Sue Ryder supports people with complex needs and life-threatening illnesses both internationally and throughout the UK.
Sue Ryder aims to raise approximately £13 million each year to supplement its statutory income to continue providing four million hours of care a year, all of which is gathered from fundraising and through Sue Ryder shops, of which there are around 400 in the UK. In November 2013, its shops and online store were said to generate over £36m a year for the charity’s work. This is an amazing figure which will hopefully continue to grow with our the publics support.
The Sue Ryder online shop features numerous products including traditional toys, furniture, soft furnishings, arts & crafts, musical instruments, christmas apparel, wedding accessories, outdoor products and gardening goods to name a few.
Unboxing & Building The Pink Children’s Dressing Table
Following jumping up and down with joy squealing like a total girl myself having received the package, we opened the box and began putting the Pink Children’s Dressing Table together.
I presumed that any flat pack building would require my husbands attention but was pleasantly surprised to find that this particular piece of furniture was super easy to assemble, I managed to put both the dressing table and the stool together in just under ten minutes.
All the legs for both the dressing table and the stool simply screw in leaving just the drawers and edging to the table which requires a little screw-driver action.
Fit For A Princess – Features, Fittings and Further Information Upon ‘The Pink Children’s Dressing Table’
Once complete I was more than impressed with the finished product, the Pink Children’s Dressing Table is so sweet and is certainly fit for any Princess!
This beautiful dressing table features a heart-shaped mirror which also doubles up as a picture frame should your little one want to gaze longingly at Anna, Elsa, Cinderella or perhaps a family member whilst they sit at the dressing table brushing their hair or painting their nails.
The single drawer features a heart shape cut out and is perfect for storing your little ones hair accessories, combs, blusher brushes and such like.
Whilst this dressing table is fairly small in comparison to an adults dresser, it is the perfect size for a children’s bedroom requiring only a small amount of space. See below for the exact dimensions:
Table dimensions: W55cm x D43cm x H43cm
Drawer dimensions: W30cm x D25.5cm x H6cm
Stool dimensions: W24cm x D24cm x H24.5cm
Mirror dimensions: W55cm x H23cm
Prices & Promotions
Originally priced at £49.99 the Pink Children’s Dressing Table is now on offer direct from the Sue Ryder Online Shop for only £29.99! 100% of the profit taken from Sue Ryder goes to help provide incredible care, they even offer a 10% discount code off your first online order which can be found upon their website.
Available in either white or pink, The Sue Ryder Children’s Dressing table is high quality, easy to assemble from flat pack, an ideal size for a children’s bedroom, reasonably priced and perfect for any Princess aged two years and above. For further information visit www.sueryder.org
Disclosure: I was sent the above product for the purpose of this post however all opinions are my own.