Every year in March we put together a very important game plan: how will we decorate our home for Easter and beyond. There are so many items in our gift gallery that breathe life into the kitchen, living room, etc. after the cold winter months but how does one possibly choose just a few?
One pro tip we stand by is selecting items that can easily transition from very Easter (bunnies, carrots, eggs) to more neutral Spring motifs like florals and pastels. This is especially helpful for those who want more flexibility and creativity in their decor.
Below are some of our favorite ways to freshen up the home decor you have inside and out.
Now that the snow is gone, you can show your patio and yard some love! Play with both real flowers and
As you and your friends emerge from winter hibernation, these entertaining essentials are perfect for a spring soiree. Toast to better weather with stemware and chilled bubbly thanks to MacKenzie-Childs and Nambe. Planning a big gathering? Make some batch cocktails that you can serve in a nice pitcher so you can enjoy the festivities! Finally, darling trays and platters from Nora Fleming are super versatile thanks to her wide selection of Easter and Spring themed minis.
Some decor rules you just can’t break, like decorating with flowers for Easter or Spring (sorry Miranda Priestly). From tulips to daffodils, there’s a variety of vase styles that will showcase a flower’s natural beauty while adding splashes of color to every room in the house. Our curated collection of vases are also perfect for creating a centerpiece brimming with blooms.
From an Easter Sunday feast, weeknight dinner and brunch with friends, your place settings are a great way to add some color to your home decor. Seasonal chargers act as a canvas for different plates and bowls in springtime patterns or colors while cute napkin rings can be mixed and matched with pastel napkins.