Welcome to my Easter home tour! Hopefully you’ll gain some inspiration if decorating for Easter is something you’d like to do. I’ve shared before how I didn’t anticipate decorating for Easter but I’ve really come to love seasonal decorating. Let me show you how we’ve added a touch of Easter throughout our home.
I have decor that is specific to Easter plus I have Spring decor. My Spring decor I intend to have up until it’s appropriate to switch to Summer decor. I’m certainly not rushing anything!
A lot of my Easter decor has already been posted in some of my previous posts but I’ll be filling in all the details today.
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MY EASTER HOME TOUR
Starting with my tiered tray decorated for Easter. If you are looking for ways to decorate seasonally I think it’s easiest to start with a tiered tray. Most items for decorating a tiered tray are pretty small and therefore don’t take up a lot of space to store.
These speckled eggs in my cute little Easter basket are my favorite pieces from my Easter tiered tray! Such a fun find! I got mine from Michael’s but I’ve seen them all over.
The green bunny is a close second. You can see more of my tiered tray decorated for Easter here.
When it comes to decorating my home for Easter I am a big believer in less is more. And I think I’ve struck a good balance.
When I added a few pieces of decor to my side table I felt that something was missing. I wanted to find something small that would fit right in the center of my wooden pedestal.
I added these little bunnies from Kohl’s just for a touch of whimsy and I also added these nests with eggs from Decor Steals. I don’t know if you’ve heard of Decor Steals but they have flash sales every day with home decor items and this was my first purchase from them. It came as a set of two nests and I put the other nest on my bookshelf.
I’ve been signed up to get alerts from Decor Steals for months now and sometimes I’ll see something I like but a lot of the decor pieces they have are very farmhouse inspired and aren’t my taste. It’s still worth checking out in my opinion because every now and then I find a rare gem and the shipping is fast.
Another touch of Easter is this Easter egg wreath I purchased at TJ Maxx. I’ve seen a lot of Easter egg wreathes out in stores and very few either had the colors I liked or the price I liked. This TJ Maxx option I think was only $15.
I didn’t add much in the way of decor in our powder bathroom but I did add these seasonal hand towels. I like that they’re not bright in color so regardless of what our future bathrooms may look like they can work in there too.
Probably the most decorated space for Easter aside from my tiered trays and my Easter egg wreath is my bookshelf. I mentioned recently that when I saw this glass lantern at Kirkland’s filled with Easter eggs I knew I wanted to do the same in my home.
A few weeks back, I purchased these Easter eggs from Kohl’s and I didn’t know if I’d end up using them. I bought them before I bought the lantern. I love how they turned out along with some green moss on the bottom.
The options are endless for decorating a lantern like this. Lemons in the summer. Pine cones in the fall. Mini ornaments for Christmas. Or a simple flameless candle any time of the year.
The My Redeemer lives sign is from Hobby Lobby. And you can also see my other birds nest that I got from Decor Steals.
Another Kohl’s find were these Easter kitchen towels. I snapped this pic really quickly while I was cooking this weekend. I think they’re the perfect touch of color to go along with my kitchen tiered tray decor.
Although I didn’t do a lot of decorating for Easter, I like how it turned out. Especially since I didn’t think I would do much more than decorate my tiered trays. We’re cutting it pretty close to Easter this year, I’ve had most of my decor already but the items from Kohl’s and Decor Steals were the final touches and I wanted to wait for them to arrive to share with you.
Unfortunately many of the items that I have used are sold out but hopefully you’re still able to gain some inspiration with what I’ve shared. My goal is to always inspire you and show you that you can decorate your space beautifully and not spend much in the process.
MORE EASTER DECORATING IDEAS
In addition to what I’ve used to decorate for Easter, I thought it would be fun to share some more Easter decorating ideas with you too.
I’m not big on DIY but I think even I can make this super cute Easter centerpiece that Emily shows us how to make at Hunny I’m Home. This would be an easy project to do with the kiddos right now.
Aren’t these Easter egg candle holders so cute? They’re actually DIY! They definitely look like something I’d buy in a store! Pamela at DIY Vibes shows us how to make them and although I’m not that crafty, I’d certainly like to try it!
You can make your own speckled Easter eggs too. Pamela has so many great DIY posts for Easter decorating to check out!
It’s not too late to decorate for Easter especially with these DIY decorating ideas! Especially while we’re home with the kiddos, they make a great crafting option. I always say I’m more of a BUY kinda girl than a DIY girl but even I can try my hand at these. And that’s saying a lot 😉