Whether you've got the whole family over for the Easter break or you're just planning on taking it easy and pottering around the garden, there's no reason you can't bring some of that seasonal spirit inside... We've chosen 11 of our favourite quick, easy and affordable ways to decorate your home this Easter.
Subtle seasonal style
You don't need to go overboard with primary colours or pastel shades to create a stunning seasonal display. Consider your existing colour palette and choose decorations that complement your scheme - we love the subtlety of these hanging eggs that spell out ‘Easter'.
Hang a wreath
Who says wreathes need to be confined to Christmas? Whether you make one yourself or choose a shop-bought option, add a little seasonal cheer to your front door.
Plan an eggcellent hunt
Sorry, we couldn't help ourselves. Grab a basket and load it up with eggs of every size and colour - they will make an attractive display before you hide them around the house and the garden, ready for the ultimate Easter egg hunt.
Embrace the botanical
If you've got the space for it, bring some of the outside in with a charming botanical display. Fill a vintage teacup with ferns or flowers for a delightful seasonal centerpiece.
Let the sun shine
Make the most of those beautiful spring shades with a few bright arrangements of flowers - yellow tulips, daffodils and crocuses are all perfect seasonal options to add that sunny touch to your home. Use teacups, jugs and other quirky vessels to store them in - it will create a much more interesting feature.
Make a statement
It's the simplicity of this dining room arrangement that creates such an impact. Go for all white table linen and crockery with tones of cornflower blue and large floral centerpieces to create a real wow-factor.
We love the idea of using a vintage cake stand for your Easter table centerpiece. Fill small boxes with chocolate or sweets, tie with a pretty ribbon and voila! Not only have you created a charming table decoration but each guest gets his or her own Easter treat box to take home too.
Go all out
If there's a time you can experiment with pastel tones and floral prints, spring is definitely the time to do it. Instead of a traditional sit down lunch, why not throw a seasonal tea party... We're thinking cakes, sandwiches and bunny-shaped biscuits! Any excuse to get the bunting out!
Think outside of the (egg) box
There are so many things you can do with eggs when it comes to Easter decorating - wreathes, garlands, baskets... We love this idea of displaying small bunches of springtime flowers in a blown, painted eggshell. And those fab eggcups really complete the look!
Now everyone loves a sweet treat, especially at Easter! But why stick to the usual chocolate eggs when you can get creative in the kitchen and make all manner of seasonally-shaped snacks! These bunny biscuits are adorable and would look perfect on a pastel coloured plate, ready for when visitors drop by.
Pretty in pink (or mint or yellow)
If you're planning an outdoor celebration then spruce up old garden furniture with a lick of paint. Pastel tones are perfect for this time of year and colourful chairs will immediately add a sense of fun to your garden for any Easter egg hunts you have planned.
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