35 Easter Decorating Ideas
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Banish winter blahs and brighten up your home indoors and out with fresh flowers, cheery spring colors and whimsical Easter-themed touches.
Force Bulbs in Chalkboard Pots
Add a cheery pop of spring color to your foyer, living room, kitchen — or anywhere. Chalkboard spray paint and inexpensive terra cotta pots are all you need. Once the bulbs have finished blooming indoors, plant them in your garden so you can enjoy their flowers for many springs to come. How to Make Spring Chalkboard Pots
Add Life to Your Wreath
Living wreaths provide an appealing look indoors and out. Use plants that represent spring and are easy to care for, such as succulents and moss. Photo courtesy of Kim Foren
Make-Over the Mantel
Your fireplace mantel is a great place to showcase seasonal displays — especially if it’s the first area guests see when entering your home. To spring-ify her mantel, designer Layla Palmer put her creamware collection to good use by filling pitchers with fresh-cut greenery. Pale green dyed eggs, wicker chargers and small faux bird’s nests add an organic touch.
Monogrammed Egg Place Cards
HGTV fan nyclq spraypainted plastic eggs a mellow antique gold before applying lettered stickers she found in the scrapbooking aisle of her local craft store. Fill the eggs with chocolates to make each place card a sweet party favor.
Add a Little Drama
Tall manzanita branches hung with paper butterflies create an architectural centerpiece for this sun-washed spring table setting by thrify diva Kate Riley. Vintage plates, pale blue dyed eggs and fluffy white hydrangeas work together to create an icy, eye-catching color palette.
Spell It Out
Chalkboard crafts have been popular for quite a while and are still going strong. HGTV fan nyclq filled in the center of a decorative wall plaque with chalkboard paint so she could easily change out its message with the seasons.