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8 Spring decoration ideas for your home this Easter

From creative DIY Easter décor to fresh Spring styling, we’ve rounded up some ideas for welcoming the new season into your home.

Now that the days are longer and warmer weather is on the way, it’s time to welcome sunshine back into our homes – and what better occasion to kick things off than Easter. Whether you’re hosting family for a delicious lunch, or just want to give your home a pop of colour for spring, there are so many decoration ideas to set the seasonal mood.

From classic wreaths to fun DIY ideas that children will love, we’ve put together some Easter and spring home décor ideas to suit all budgets.

 

Spring and Easter decor ideas

1. Floral tablescapes

After coming together at Christmas, Easter is the time we dust off our best tableware and get ready to host again. If you want to add some ‘wow’ to your dining set up this Easter, get inspired by Persimmon homeowner @the_bluebell_dreamhome. These stunning paper flower decorations are a simple way to make a big impact. String them from invisible wires to make a floating masterpiece. You’ll find a range of paper decorations like these in the shops, or can easily make them yourself as an Easter craft project.

2. Simple details

Seasonal home décor doesn’t mean you have to go all out at the shops – you can make subtle tweaks to your usual home style to add in hints of spring. One nice way of doing this is to switch up your table linen for more seasonal colours. These pink linen napkins add a pop of colour that’s perfect for Easter lunch. You could save some money by making them out of fabric off-cuts, or by dyeing spare linen that you already have.

3. Embrace cottagecore for Easter

Cottagecore style has taken the interiors world by storm since the pandemic, and the trend doesn’t seem to be going anywhere in 2024. If you want to add a cosy, quaint feel to your home, Easter is a great time to lean into the cottagecore aesthetic. It’s also a great excuse to look out for beautiful secondhand and vintage items, like old metal watering cans, rustic wooden benches and copper pans. Even a new build home can look like a sweet spring cottage with the right styling.

4. Neutral Easter décor

Love the idea of Easter decorations but don’t want to ruin your beautiful neutral colour scheme? Fear not, there’s a great range of neutral Easter homeware that will look perfect in a more minimalist scheme. Look for items like these cute ceramic bunnies belonging to @insidenumber.32. The small touch of gold goes perfectly with the quiet luxury interior design trend.

5. Showcase fresh blooms

If you want a stunning yet subtle way of bringing spring to your home, you can’t go wrong with a display of fresh flowers. More than just a pretty vase, flowers can absolutely contribute to an interior design look, adding colour, texture and dimension. And what says spring better than embracing nature? Go for plants that are in season. Daffodils, bluebells, crocuses and tulips are iconic spring flowers to add some cheer. For something more delicate and understated, gypsophila and cow parsley start flowering in April.

6. Introduce spring colours

Colour is one of the most fun and effective ways to decorate your home for the changing seasons. Springtime is all about fresh pastel shades, so look for opportunities to weave them into your home without having to give it a complete makeover. If you already have some blue going on, you could introduce some pale pink or yellow accessories to give it a more ‘Easter’ look. Prints are a great way to do this, and can be budget-friendly.

7. Make an egg-celent DIY wreath

This tried and tested favourite is a staple of Easter decorations. Spring wreaths are a beautiful way to add some joy and colour to your home from the outside, incorporating gorgeous florals and foliage. There are plenty of Easter versions out there as well, featuring pastel-coloured eggs à la Persimmon homeowner @souter_no80, or cute Easter bunnies. If you’re feeling creative you could make one yourself, using fresh or dried flowers, ribbon and Easter-themed accessories.

8. Take a walk on the wild side

Some of the main things we associate with Easter are new life, and the adorable animals that make an appearance at this time of year. If you have young children, you could give their bedroom an Easter refresh by introducing some of these spring time critters. Bright-eyed bunnies, fluffy lambs and yellow chicks are featured on a huge range of cute kids’ homeware including prints, cushions and ornaments.


 

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