15 more Easter décor ideas for your home

We’ve already talked about the Easter table, but what about the rest of the house? It needs attention too. If you want to be fully prepared for this holiday you should already start planning it and thinking of ways to decorate your home. Let’s see a few ideas that might inspire you.It’s not just the table or the dining room that needs a fresh and festive look but the whole house. The living room, the kitchen, the bedroom, the nursery and even the garden and the terrace need some adjustments.

You need to really embrace this new season and holiday. Let’s start with the entrance. Even though wreaths are a traditional decoration for Christmas, you can use them on any other occasion. In this case, make one with colorful spring plants and flowers and hang it on the entrance door.

If you want to be thorough, you can decorate the mailbox as well, maybe even the rest of the area leading inside the house. Use decorations such as Easter eggs, Easter bunnies and other symbols you can think of to decorate the terrace and garden if it’s the case. As for the interior, every little corner can benefit from the same attention to details. You can even use artificial chicks and bunnies for the salad bowl. There’s no pattern you need to follow. Just use your imagination and be creative. After all, it’s your home.{found on design-remont}.

Published by in How To, Tips, and Advice, on April 5th, 2012


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