Easter can be a very colourful time of the year between plastic eggs, jelly beans and bright furry characters. Your house doesn't have to become an Easter explosion. There are some simple updates you can make to bring some Easter cheer while staying stylish and understated.Below we explore colour themes from light pastels to dark greys, and how they can be incorporated into your space this Easter.Pinks, whites and teals are a great choice to update your space and bring in some pops of subtle colour. Doing so with items you already have around the house or purchasing items that can be used year round will save money and storage space.
If you love colour and want to add some bright pops, try keeping your brightest pops of colour in your flowers. It will save you having to keep an entire storage container with Easter decor stored away 11 months of the year. You can even dye your own eggs in bright pops or add some gold leaf to match your cutlery.
If you prefer more muted tones, stick with earthy tones for a linen tablecloth, simple branches, and pastel tableware. Tying some pastel ribbon in the branches can create an Easter themed centrepiece.
The whites and greys of Scandinavian style work in almost any space. Simple branches, speckled eggs, and a grey linen tablecloth completes the below look.
Accent grey walls with a bright white table scape and include babies breathe flowers for a delicate and romantic touch.
For a more masculine feel, stick to a focal piece like the brown ceramic bunny below, and accent with native branches and metal and ceramic dinnerware.