Decorations for your home for Easter As the first blooms and buds of spring appear now is an excellent time to bring the sunshine and energy of the new season into your home. If you’re ready to add some spring touches, why not go with Easter-inspired colors and crafts?
From floral centerpieces to kid-friendly DIY projects, we’ve compiled our favorite ways to incorporate Easter details into your home.
Nothing quite says spring like bringing the blooming outdoors inside with vibrant blooms. A beautiful centerpiece or a seasonal wreath for your front door can add a subtly floral touch to your home. Alternatively, go all-out floral and incorporate Easter-inspired florals into bedding and tablecloths.
We love the idea of an Easter tree to hang decorations on, and it’s incredibly simple to make. Look for discarded branches and place them in your favorite vase for a simple yet stylish look. Spray paint the branches or go for gold for a luxe Easter look if you want to add more of a pastel feel to your tree. Heavy decorations may be difficult to hang, so look for delicate honeycomb styles in a variety of colors that can be coordinated with your Easter decor.
A relaxed and natural approach is the way to go if you like the idea of seasonal decor but want to keep your changes subtle. Combine Easter-inspired motifs with woven details like baskets and placemats, as well as flowers and buds from your garden, for a rustic and relaxed look. This relaxed approach to Easter decor is versatile and can be used all year long, as well as being easy to match to both neutral and colorful homes.
What is the season’s color? Of course, yellow! Easter is the perfect time to embrace the joy of this cheerful color, from sunshine and daffodils to baby chick feathers. Begin with soft furnishings such as cushions and lighter blankets, and work your way up to larger items if you like how they look.
Yellow is also a great promoter of creativity, making it an excellent complement to DIY decorations. For a natural touch, weave yellow flowers into handmade wreaths, or if you’re short on time, contact an independent business that can create a bespoke piece just for you.
This Easter, embrace your creativity with some homemade, handmade decorations. Wrap brown paper neatly around drinks bottles or chocolate eggs and tie at the top to resemble Easter bunny ears! Alternatively, make bunting to hang around your house; use a stencil to make an Easter bunny print or go letter by letter to spell out Happy Easter. Paper chains are another great DIY decoration that requires little effort to make but looks great when hung in the right places.
Shelves have a lot of seasonal styling potential and are simple to change depending on the season. Choose some sweet bunting, add some pastel blooms, and group your Easter accessories together to create a curated look that will bring cheer all month.
Looking for ways to keep the kids entertained during the Easter holiday? Get them involved in your home improvement project. While bunting and paper chains may be too difficult for small hands, there are plenty of other activities to try that will get the entire family feeling creative. Use paper plates as canvases for Easter-themed paintings, make bunny masks out of them, or stick to tradition with egg painting – make sure they’re hard-boiled or blow out the yolk to create delicate hollow eggs.
The egg is one of the most well-known Easter symbols, and it can be a lovely addition to your seasonal decorations. Why not incorporate chocolate eggs into your Easter decorations? Store them in glass jars away from the sun for a fun look that will make your mouth water.
Remember those eggs you used to decorate? To create a classic Easter look at home, hang them from a sturdy potted plant or branch.
The Easter bunny is another well-known Easter symbol. Small ornaments, DIY creations, or other rabbit-shaped accessories can be used to add bunny details to your decor. You could also incorporate the rabbit into your place settings by wrapping dinner napkins around a decorated egg or selecting a tablecloth or crockery with a rabbit motif.
If you want to decorate your children’s bedrooms, go for a super sweet Easter garland that can be used for years to come.
Easter is the ideal time of year to decorate your home in pastel colors. While yellow is still a popular Easter color, blush pink and baby blue are great for welcoming warmer weather and matching naturals and neutrals alike. Choose soft furnishings such as cushions and rugs for a versatile approach to color that can be changed out seasonally.
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