Decorating for Easter with Pantone’s Colors of the Year

It’s a piece of good luck that Pantone chose two pastel shades as their colors of the year for 2016. Rose Quartz and Serenity have been all over my Pinterest feed and the Easter decor is no different. Easter is the holiday when you pull all the stops on your pastel decorating, so it makes sense that you would utilize Pantone’s favorites to give your home a springtime makeover. Check out these 10 ways to decorate with Pantone for Easter. I hope you like pink because your house is about to get a good dose of it.

Rose quartz floral wreathView in gallery

Thank goodness you can find the perfect shade of pink tulips to make this Easter wreath in the Rose Quartz shade. It will do your front door justice until summertime hits… or longer! (via It’s Written On The Wall)

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Let’s talk about table linens. Since there is very little blue food in the world, blue napkins and tablecloths will show off your dishes and the delicious food on them. Especially that traditional blueberry brunch cake. (via Boxwood Clippings)

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Isn’t this the happiest egg you’ve ever seen? Toss this throw pillow on your couch and suddenly, your whole living room will seem ready and waiting for Easter morning. The kids especially will dig this. (via Society6)

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I kinda fell hard in love with these Serenity blue dishes. They seem so perfect to grace an Easter table, among the flowers and Easter eggs and candy. (via Skimbaco Lifestyle)

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This rose quartz Easter printable is just what your gallery wall needs this spring. But if you like serenity better, there’s a matching shade of that, too! (via Live Laugh Rowe)

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Spring is the time for bird’s nests and speckled eggs and new life. Add them to your table with serenity blue dyed eggs, nestled into a pretty nest. I promise, it will make the best centerpiece you could hope for. (via Honestly YUM)

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While we’re coloring eggs, don’t forget to make some rose quartz ones! Once you have that pink shade just right, you’ll want to find every possible place to display them! Especially your pretty Easter glassware. (via Girl Inspired)

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Egg trees are not uncommon in Easter decor. But if you want a serious unique look, make some serenity blue eggs from cork. Then just hang them on your prettiest budding branches. You might need to make several of these egg trees. (via Nur Noch)

Rose quartz dyed plantersView in gallery

There has been more and more projects popping up this year that use real eggshells. Save back some of your rose quartz dyed eggs and make them into planters for Easter. You can use them for your Easter brunch centerpiece or place cards or party gifts. Guests will be more than happy to take home a baby succulent. (via Decoholic)

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Don’t forget that you can find the rose quartz you’re looking for in nature. Cherry blossoms are in bloom so grab your shears and snip a couple branches for a large vase. Because you can’t go wrong when you mix Pantone and flowers. (via Decoholic)