Ideas for decorating your home at Easter

You really should say it... a warm welcome!

The exquisite hospitality is already perceived on the entrance door, where the setting up of a rustic Easter garland, with pastel elements, jute ribbons and lawn flowers, makes the external aspect of the house lively, giving a sense of cordiality to those who visit us... An accessory not necessarily linked to Easter but which, indeed, symbolically postpones spring. The protagonists of the composition are dried or fresh flowers, long and flexible twigs, on which Easter elements can be included.

As for Easter home decorations, no lambs or doves, much more connected to the sacred tradition, but eggs and bunnies! It's especially the latter, as spring arrives, that prepare to sprout from the grass tapes in the grasslands. Don't miss these subjects on some furnishing complement - you could embellish the frame of the fireplace or a cabinet.

Among the Easter decorations for the living area we still suggest cover cases with shabby chic motifs which, even if in line with this holiday, are versatile in character, as well as suitable for other times of the year. Their soft and lived appearance suggests a nostalgic sense, creating a familiar and informal atmosphere, also by virtue of soft tones, close to natural nuances.
Turning to the dining room and to the accessories for a table that colors Easter, there are many ideas for the centerpiece, to which candles or candle holders on neutral tones could be adapted, which warm up the interior space and renew its harmonious beauty. The alternative could be an Easter centerpiece, where floral and spring notes prevail. A sober and refined style, like that of a transparent vase with small and stained quail eggs, on which you can add a wildflower composition. If you want to discover our selection of real touch artificial flowers, enter here.

What should never be missing, however, is the Easter tree, which returns as one of the most appreciated trends. Forget the pompousness of Christmas; in Easter decorations minimal wins! For this reason, setting up your Easter tree will be really easy and won't take too much time. In fact it will be enough to get some dry and thin twigs, like peach twigs - natural ones are very beautiful, but if you intend to reuse them even in the years to come, you'd better buy them artificial - and put them in a vase. Our advice? Prefer simple, unprocessed and neutral forms. To find out what our design pots are, you can snoop in this section.

At this point, it's only left to put the twigs with Easter decorations: little soft-shaped eggs that will give the room a more joyful look!