Decorating for Easter

I finally started decorating for Easter this weekend. So far I have added a few things to the living room. A little bag of speckled eggs on the herringbone industrial table.

Easter decorating

Instead of putting candles in the candle holders, I used plastic Easter eggs.

Easter mantle with vintage brass candle holders and easter eggs

I like the pops of color the eggs bring to the mantle. At Christmas, I use glass ball ornaments.

Easter eggs and vintage brass candle holders

  It’s not Easter without my dollar store bunnies.

dollar store easter bunnies

The “chocolate” bunnies are from The Christmas Tree Shops. They remind me of the chocolate bunnies I used to get in my Easter basket. P.S if these were real, the ears would be missing.

Easter decorating with faux chocolate bunnies

Faux chocolate bunny

I have several dozen plastic Easter eggs and I use them in every room. I think they are a fun way to add color. I would love to use jellybeans and peeps but they wouldn’t last a day let alone until Easter. I know I have told you that I have a sweet tooth.

Easter centerpiece using a vintage sewing box

For the centerpiece, I filled a vintage sewing drawer with Easter grass, another “chocolate” bunny and eggs. A few years ago, I found Easter grass made out of paper and made the switch from the plastic kind that sticks around for months. It is safer for the cats too.

vintage sewing drawer Easter centerpiece

Easter decorating eggs in a cloche

Easter eggs and glass fishing floats centerpiece

west elm mercury glass bowl filled with easter eggs and glass fishing floats

In the kitchen, I added Daffodils to a vintage copper teapot. This is my favorite picture of our Piper. She is the sweetest dog ever.

vintage copper teapot filled with daffodils

Some more Spring flowers in a vintage tin. The twig nest and glass eggs are from Grandin Road. I got them years ago but I think they still sell a similar version.

vintage scale and tin easter vignette

vintage yellow tin with purple spring flowers

vintage scale and bird's nest with glass eggs

Have you started decorating for Easter/Spring yet? I would love to hear about it. Tomorrow I am going to share my favorite Easter dinner table scape ever, courtesy of my Mother in law. It is cute and simple and I promise you will love it.

~Kristine

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Comments

  1. Your house looks great! Too late for me this year but next year for sure!!!

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