Do you decorate for Easter? If you plan on getting any new Easter decorations- now is the time. I thought I'd give you a few ideas. I love the bright pink plate added to the white above- as well as the ribbons. Start with some good white basics- and then a little Easter goes a long way.
If you have a modern interior- use more modern looking decorations- a more provincial or traditional interior- be consistent. These top four photos have been from Family Circle.
Nothing says spring like fresh flowers.
The lace eggs above, as well as the next five photos came from Martha Stewart- so you can get instructions from her site on how to pull it off .
I don't have the patience of a "Martha Stewart" type decorator- maybe when the kids are older. Something like this would be a fun project for "girl's night."
The monochromatic look is so sophisticated. I went all green on my Christmas tree a few years ago- it was great- but my family revolted. They all wanted to see some red...
Those little bunny silhouettes are fabulous. So simple- but so great.
I really liked these votives- what a great addition to the Easter table!
Tulips are one of my favorite flowers. (along with peonies :)
The photo above, and the two below it are from Country Living.
For those of you that don't have the time or desire to make your own decorations- I thought I'd show you a few from one of my favorite sources- K& K. I'll start with a couple of wreaths.
Stacked boxes, wood lettering, and charming resin rabbits.
They also have great faux flowers and a lot of cute signs.