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Inspiring décor ideas for the Easter table

Time flies fast and Easter is almost here. It’s time to start preparing both mentally and physically for this special time of the year and this includes the house as well. There are several traditions we perform at this point but none of them can be compared with the Easter family dinner. As a result, you should start thinking about it and this doesn’t only include the food you are going to prepare but also the way you’re going to decorate the table.

Here are some suggestions.First of all, it’s important to be creative. There are several things to think about. For example, decide on a color or color palette for the Easter table. Since we tend to associate this holiday with spring, it would be a good idea to choose shades of green. And since there are lots of plants and fresh flower these time of the year, incorporate some of them into your design.

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Also, the napkins can either be in sync with the rest of the décor or add color contrast. You can also opt for different patterns and designs for the napkins, maybe something related to this specific holiday. Then there are also other things that can inspire you. For example, think of the animals that are associated with Easter. You can use the image of the Easter bunny or the lamb and you can create a really fun and original design for the dinner table. All these elements need to be harmoniously combined in order to result in a stylish décor.{pics from design-remont}.

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Posted in How To, Tips, and Advice on April 7, 2012

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