Writing about holiday displays has always been hard for me. I know you don’t all collect the vast array of item I do (…and vast may be an understatement), so I know what I create cannot be exactly replicated. But honestly, that’s what I love about decor. It shouldn’t be replicated but should be adapted to your own home, interests, collections and personalities! I strive to merely provide inspiration and show you what excites me, hoping you can draw inspiration as well!
This year, my Easter decor is more simplistic than prior years. My home and aesthetic have taken a muted tone with natural hues and – of course – vintage finds. A faux bois cement planter creates the focal on my entry table. Anytime you choose a large vessel you need to fill it. I’m using foam from the craft supply store. To hide the foam and give a natural background, I used a combination of Spanish moss and woodland style moss. A large cast iron rabbit holds your eye as a focal point but any large spring or Easter piece will work. To finish, I added a few mushrooms on floral picks (I have a current mushroom obsession) and natural colored eggs, because what rabbit doesn’t stand guard of eggs in nature?! Realistic? Probably not, but definitely spring and Easter-like!
Find your inspiration and make a welcoming display for any Easter guests you may be hosting. Even if it’s just for yourself, a little decor goes a long way!