Here, we take a look at some of the decorating trends to look out for this Easter.
Easter is all about positivity, with longer days, more sunshine, and an abundance of spring flowers. It’s the perfect time to give your interior design a refresh by bringing in some lighter spring colours – and even if you don’t want to completely redecorate, the right eye-catching Easter accessories will still bring a touch of spring magic to your home.
Second-life florals: One of the key trends for flowers this Easter is a focus on sustainable, eco-conscious ‘earth to petal’ florals. It’s now possible to have bouquets of flowers like tulips, lily of the valley and irises delivered with their bulbs still intact, giving you the opportunity to enjoy a second life for your florals. Just separate the flowers from their bulbs, arrange into pretty vases, and plant the bulbs in the garden to rebloom next spring.
Retro florals: Nostalgia trends are big this year as we look to the past for a great take on the future. Cute retro patterns are back with a bang, and vintage daisy print fabrics and wallpapers are perfect as part of a spring decoration theme. Incorporate the look into Easter décor with ditsy floral garlands and wreaths, and pastel balloons, tableware, and candles.
The Easter tree: One of the biggest trends of Easter 2021 was the rise of the Easter tree. The perfect centrepiece, an Easter tree displays pretty pastel eggs, sweets, and Easter decorations. You can buy Easter trees from most online stores or make your own by standing a pretty blossom branch from the garden or hedgerow in a vase and decorating.
The bunny is back: Easter brings with it springy lambs, fluffy chicks – and especially baby bunnies. Look out for bunnies hopping all over the place this Easter, with an abundance of bunny-shaped decorations, wreaths, and Easter chocolates.
The Easter table: Arranging a festive Easter table – either inside or out in the garden if the weather is fine – is a fantastic way to show off your creativity. Create a striking centerpiece, bring in plenty of spring flowers, colours and textures, and you’ll be ready to host the perfect Easter lunch.