3 Tips for Chic Easter Decor

With Spring right around the corner, it’s time to start revamping our home decor. With Springtime comes Easter and the festivities surrounding it, and that’s where things can get tricky. Decorating for Easter while still staying chic and true to your style can be difficult, but we’ve got 3 tips to help you. 

Be Inspired by Nature
Spring is a beautiful time. Flowers are blooming, trees are turning green again and everything just feels a little lighter. Get inspired by the world around you when you are looking for Easter decor ideas. Flowers and live plants can help brighten every room. During Eastertime opt for the quintessential Easter colours of white, pale pink, and pale yellow. Tulips, lilies, peonies, and daisies will also give you a nice Easter feel. Live plants can be enjoyed long after Easter is gone.

Stick to Your Theme
Just because it’s the holidays doesn’t mean you have to change your style completely. Find accent pieces that fit in with your existing home decor. Opting for pieces in neutral colours like white will help them fit in. Pick and choose what items feel most like your style and go for those. 

If Easter pastels and big floral prints aren’t your vibe, opt for something more low key like these adorable egg cups or these quirky dog bunny napkins. Love florals but hate the cheeky eggs and bunny bit? Try a beautiful floral piece like this beautiful watercolour style linen set or the Primavera tableware set.

Less is More
Don’t feel like you have to do it all. Pick the parts of the holiday that feel right for your decor and skip the rest. Nobody says you have to have bunnies and eggs to have Easter inspired decor. Maybe you like pastels, animals or flowers. Incorporate those things into your home for a more authentic look. Plus you can enjoy general spring-themed items even when it’s not Easter, and that’s a decor win!
Happy Easter!

Uncategorized Feb 18, 2021


Terra Rosas

Terra is freelance writer, content creator and illustrator. She dabbles in art using a variety of mediums including watercolour and embroidery. In her free time you can find Terra trying new recipes or curled up with a good book and cat. Check out her work on Instagram @terrarosasdesigns.

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