Make your Easter farmhouse even more gorgeous this spring with these egg-tastic Easter décor ideas. Add some hop to the holiday and get your home looking pastel pretty or rustic beautiful for Easter Sunday!
Pops of Spring Color
An easy and simple way to get your home ready for spring with Easter decor is to add pops of color. Especially if your farmhouse has a neutral color palette, adding a few pops of pink or aqua with flowers, rain boots or other cute touches is the perfect way to get ready for Easter. Check out the full tour of Carey’s house here.
This Easter tablescape from Liz Marie is just what the Easter Bunny ordered. Liz Marie used a moss table runner to add a romantically rustic feel. Meanwhile, neutral bunny plates capture the spirit of the holiday without being overstated. Just check out those rustic log pieces and mini egg wreaths full of faux eggs! Discover the complete tablescape at Liz Marie Blog.
The mantel is a central part of your Easter decor. We love this charming little mantel display, with a row of clear glass bottles filled with beautiful tulips! Find the full guide for Easter decor on your mantel at DIY Showoff.
You can spruce up a piece already in your home in time for your Easter decor. An Oregon Cottage did just that with a chalkboard by adding a moss wreath covered in pretty pastel eggs. Visit An Oregon Cottage for their how-to.
Since spring and Easter decor have a sweet side, now is the perfect time to bring out your childhood favorite books, like homeowner Jenny Zacharewitz did in her home. This cute entryway hall has a Velveteen Rabbit wall art, as well as a loved-looking stuffed rabbit that could very well be the Velveteen Rabbit. Head here for a full tour of Jenny’s spring home.
Sometimes all you need is a sweet vignette to inject a room with touches of Easter décor. This coffee table top decor is a perfect example! Visit The Painted Hinge for the full house tour.
Another fun Easter egg find from Liz Marie Blog, this three-tiered tray certainly adds height to an Easter egg display. We love the bunny mugs, adding interest to the lovely Easter décor. Scattered faux robin eggs add some rustic touches and work well with the living, verdant greens.
The Painted Hinge combines vintage pieces with pops of Easter décor. The Easter decorations are subtle and would easily transition to spring.
If you prefer to increase the floral touches and downplay the Easter décor in your home, you can’t go wrong with checking out this house tour from So Much Better with Age. We love how this living room embraces the pastel pretty vibe of spring and pairs the bed of flowers lining the mantel with subtle wood tones.
Two bunny figurines on this mantel give a touch of Easter décor, while a balance of muted shades play against the verdant greens, a sweet reminder of the spring season. Find the complete step-by-step guide to creating vignettes at She Gave It a Go.
Pops of Green
So Much Better with Age embraces the simple French farmhouse aesthetic of open space, especially with these open farmhouse shelves. Green glass cups allude to Easter decor without feeling overstated.
Florals and mini robin eggs! Who wouldn’t love this Rustic spring Easter decor tablescape? Visit Bless ‘er House for the guide to making this tablescape.
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