Taking the Mundane and Making it Magnificent. Fun designs for the Whole Family.
Animal cupboard knobs and decorative light switches and that are so good they can be given as gifts.
Gifts with an almost Guaranteed 'WOW' factor! Superb quality and stylishly packaged, these unique designs will add a fun and original touch to your home.
Turning on your lights on and off with a dinosaur or tiger is sure to amuse your house guests and continually delight children.
The Candy Queen concept was born in 2003. Fed up with only finding mundane light switches available to buy and with a love of making and creating, designer maker Karoline Mileham designed and made a small range of ‘Candy’ inspired light switches and matching cupboard knobs.
Seventeen years on and the range has grown incredibly and outgrown it’s Candy name. Every single light switch and cupboard knob is still handmade in Hertfordshire by Karoline in the Candy Queen workshop.
Give your home the 'Candy Queen' touch and stand out from the crowd.
Danielle Proud, Interior
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