Thursday, 10 April 2014

Easter Decoration

Most of our decorating decisions, such as choosing new flooring or curtains, are fairly major in that they are costly and are likely to stay for many years.  This often means we choose fairly neutral items that will stand the test of time. 

There are easy ways to regularly update our interiors, by rearranging items throughout the home or purchasing some inexpensive pieces such as cushions to ring the changes.  Adding decorative accessories for celebrations is something we all tend to do at Christmas, but why not satisfy your creative and quirkier side by trying something special for Easter.

Imagine some of these ideas adorning the table for your Easter lunch!

Bright yellow tulips provide a lovely Spring feel, and if you don't have a china rabbit then just a large stack of eggs would look good.

Traditional Dining Room by Other Metro Media & Bloggers Designs by Gollum


I am loving moody dark blue shades at the moment, and this dining room is gorgeous.  The eggs hanging from the light are a lovely idea, and at Christmas you could do the same with baubles.

Eclectic Dining Room by San Francisco Interior Designers & Decorators Adeeni Design Group


Finally, here is a simple idea to bring a Spring (or Easter) theme to your mantelpiece, with blossom, eggs and some colourful decorated bags - this would be an ideal project for the kids over the holidays too.

Living Room by St. John's Interior Designers & Decorators Seaside Interiors

Happy Easter :)

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