This post has 13 Easter table and home decorating projects that you’ll that will make your home look incredible!
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Decorating for the holidays is a great way to temporarily change up the look of your home. It’s a time when even minimalists want to go more opulent than normal.
The trick is to find décor that still works with your overall aesthetic. Easter can be tricky as all the bunnies and pastels can be
These Easter projects are so cool yet still cute. Just like Christmas, when they are up you’ll just feel like celebrating!
13 Best easter decorations for the modern home
All of the images are links for you to go to the source locations of these projects. Some links do appear inactive, yet I have left them up to give proper source credit.
1 – Lots of us have glass jars or hurricane lamps that sit empty. They are pretty enough to go almost anywhere including a countertop, dining room table or console table. Note: I couldn’t really get the link to work but this is such an easy concept, just the photo will due!
2 – I can’t decide if I’ll use this look on a mantel or along the center of our farm table. Either way, it’s pretty and fresh. Tulips would be nice for a little color.
3 – The next piece gives each of your guests a little souvenir of their Easter spent at your home. It’s so cute and can be done in any colorway that matches your
Source: Etsy.com | Sheri Sew Sweet Shop
4 – These cute pillows can be purchased through Sheri Foster’s Etsy shop or you can make your own. They can be placed on each chair of your dining room table or used throughout the house on couches and chairs. I think I’ll make these using my Cricut Maker.
5 – While this isn’t for your table, it will be seen when your guests come into your home or you can use a wreath stand on your mantel. What I love about this is that it’s not too Spring looking. Our temperatures are often still in the cold range so this is a perfect transition from Winter to Spring.
6 – Yes, you can use these on your table or keep a rotating assortment of frames on your foyer wall held up using 3-M hooks. Hazel posted these on her blog that you can link to by clicking the image. Or simply make your own!. Try using Canva, Microsoft Word, or Adobe Illustrator. If you have an iPad Pro then you can also create some really cool projects using Procreate and Cricut. Don’t forget about all of the really pretty wrapping paper out there. Much of it is frame worthy!
7 – I’m having trouble finding a table runner that I like for Easter. Many people go sans table coverings but my mother always had a fresh pressed white table linen for holidays and so that is always on my mind. However, I like using a runner as a more streamlined look. While this one from Amazon will work, they are also incredibly easy to make by simply going to the fabric store and picking a pattern that fits your décor.
8 – Keeping an open mind, sometimes thinking outside the box is required. Here, Chelsea of www.twotwentyone.net made simple yet colorful candle
9 – Admittedly, I’m a huge fan of Lia Griffith so it’s not surprising that I think her bunny garland is really spot on for a modern Easter. Note, that Lia isn’t modern necessarily but most of the projects she shows can be done with your choice of materials so you can make them as modern or not as you like.
10 – Seating for some families can be tricky. So to save any awkward exchanges, use name cards (or eggs) to let everyone know where they go at the table. Then you get to decide who has to sit by the open mouth chewer. I’m going to use a different dying process (see below) but I really like the name written on the egg. I actually will probably use wooden eggs from the craft store so our guests can take their names with them.
11 – This totally pains me but I’m going to suggest that you send online invitations for your Easter celebration. Why is this hard for me? Simply, I love paper invitations. Receiving an invitation in the mail adds flair that I adore to every
12 – Too cutesy? Maybe but I couldn’t help myself. Look at these bunny tails for your dining room chairs or bar stools! They are from Pier 1 but it doesn’t appear that they are available anymore so I’m posting this image for you to use your crafty-ness to figure out how to make these for a little quirk to your Easter table. They just make me laugh!
13 – And finally the really fun part … decorating EGGS! I’m always torn between using real eggs that can be eaten or wooden eggs from the craft store that I can re-use each year. I’ve decided because of the foil aspect of the eggs presented by Lily Ardor that I’ll use wooden this year. Next year???
start your easter decorating right away and make use of the cold days of winter
This was so much fun searching for modern Easter table and home decorating ideas. Now you don’t need to take the time to do it yourself. Simply follow this list and you’ll have the best styled Easter décor yet.
How about getting a group of friends together to do some of these projects? Share this article and schedule a weekly ladies-craft-together for a month before Easter Sunday. Hippody hop! If you want to see more ideas, hop on over to my Pinterest board!