6 ways to get your home ready for easter

6 Ways To Get Your Home Ready For Easter

Easter is right around the corner. Here are 6 ways you can get your home ready for this cheerful day!

Gold leaf Flower vases

Add fresh and vibrant spring flowers to an assortment of metallic vases and containers, to bring some natural beauty into your space. Try something different than the usual soft pastel tones.

Bright Pillows

Easter is a very bright and cheerful holiday. Add a pop of color to your room without by just adding some bright throw pillows to add a festive flair!

Fine Fabrics By: Victor Thomas (now at Wisdom+Frost Interiors)

Table display

Keep your table crisp and airy with white ceramic vases, white china, and coordinating table linens. Create a signature citrusy cocktail for your guests, and emphasize the ingredients by incorporating them into your centerpiece. For your arrangement, add California poppies, day lilies, sunflowers, freesias, white roses or anything else in these color tones with orange slices on floral picks, to spruce up your table!

Add Life To your Wreath

Instead of your typical Easter wreath, opt for a living wreath. Use plants that represent spring and are easy to care for, such as succulents and moss. Make a fun do it yourself project!

Make Over the Mantle

You won’t be using that fireplace for a while, but no need to neglect your mantle! This is a great place to showcase seasonal displays-especially if it’s the first area guests see when entering your home. To spring-ify your mantle try rotating your art by adding a piece displaying birds in spring, flanked by topiaries in antiqued white urns. Another nice touch would be to add antique vases or milk jugs and filling them with sprays of spring stems.

Go Antiquing

Use an antiqued cake stand to display a weathered iron bird cage, stuffed with a silk arrangement of realistic florals. This is a lovely idea use for your entry hall, cocktail table or just about anywhere to add that extra bit of whimsy!

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