Easter Home Decor Styling

Do you add a little Easter decor to your home? It’s not something I think we’ve been too engaged with in the past but more and more we’re adding a few spring touches to our interiors, and giving the home an Easter feel. It’s easy to go a little bit wild and make it seem a bit cheesy, but if you rein it in and keep it simple it can look very stylish. Always remember, less is more.

So with that in mind I’ve been putting together some images to show how you might achieve it. The products I’m using are all from Debenhams and show how you don’t have to have ‘typical’ Easter themed pieces to give your home that Easter or spring feel.

Easter table decorSo no Easter display is complete without some daffodils. They’re the perfect flower for Spring, and inexpensive too. I’ve always got a few vases filled with them at this time of year. Bowls filled with Easter inspired goodies, whether real chocolate eggs or the display variety are great for adding colour and tying in with the daffodils.

A tall vase to add height to a display is great and draws your eye up into the room. I’ve added a single faux flower to this one, keeping the display uncluttered and simple. You could use a different colour, maybe some pink or blue, particularly if it co-ordinates better with your decor.

I have to say the mini eggs were disappearing quickly whilst taking these photos!

Easter home decorMove items around as you need them to create a different feel and look in different rooms. I’ve added a throw to this image because even though the days might be sunny, the evenings can still be cool, especially when we have an early Easter, so have a blanket to hand.

Easter home decorTerrariums are wonderful and can be used for so many things. Add Easter goodies, a few succulents (I’ve just placed one in mine to show you how it could look) or a candle. Why not check out this wonderful how to plant a terrarium tutorial over on Apartment Apothecary so see how it’s done.

Easter home decor

Easter decor styling

Easter home decor

The main products used for this styling are all from Debenhams:-

Throw £25 || Diamond Lantern £25 || John Rocha Vase £35 || John Rocha Metal Bowl £27

Other products were from my local craft and garden centre. (Mini Eggs my own)

How about checking out some more topical Easter style blog posts for further inspiration?

Table styling from Cate St.Hill

Spring Styling from The Ordinary Lovely

Style a Spring Shelf from Molly and the Princess

Spring furniture makeover from The White Approach

Well I do hope you have plenty of inspiration for adding some spring and Easter touches to your home, just in time for when family and friends come calling. And if not, then do it just for you.

A collaborative post

5 Comments

  1. March 22, 2016 / 3:32 pm

    Such lovely images Jen, and so cheery. I love everything you’ve chosen, and think I may just have to get that diamond lantern right now! (and thanks for including my Spring shelf post) x

    • March 22, 2016 / 4:02 pm

      Aah thanks Molly, really appreciate that x

  2. March 22, 2016 / 7:51 pm

    My husband thinks I am a bit ‘anti-ornament’ and ‘finishing touches’ but I really do like special pieces and that vase is lovely.
    Just looking at the Daffodils makes me feel happy! Spring is here! I love yellow! Bye bye winter blues!

  3. Laura
    March 23, 2016 / 12:11 pm

    I love daffodils and hyacinths. The most beautiful spring flowers. Suitable for Easter decoration.

    Laura

  4. March 23, 2016 / 5:19 pm

    That John Rocha bowl is very stylish. I have bought clothes from John Rocha at Debenhams before but didn’t realise he designs home products as well.

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