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Easter is just under a month away, y’all! Are you ready yet? I’ll admit that I am most definitely not. I did pretty well getting all of our St. Patrick’s Day decor cleaned up right after the holiday and then BAM! I was hit with the sick bug. My head has been in a fog all week. Today is the first day that I’ve been able to breathe through my nose. Which means, it’s time to start getting my butt in gear for Easter.
The sun is shining and I am ready for some spring decor in our home. I typically pull out some of my spring foundational pieces at this time of year and then layer in my Easter-specific pieces. That way I have my foundation set for after Easter, but can still do a spring-specific refresh after the holiday. It works out pretty well because most of my spring decor works well for Easter as well.
Since this blog would probably be 10,000+ words if I covered both the spring and Easter decor that I like to display at this time of year, I’m going to try to stay focused on Easter. Try to keep me honest here, friends!
To me, Easter decor means lots of bunnies, eggs, nests, and pastel colors. I really love the excuse to decorate with pastels! Most of the year, our home stays styled in mostly neutral colors, with some pops of navy blue. When it’s time to decorate for Easter, I get to have pretty pinks and purples and oranges and yellows. It’s an excuse to get really girly with the accent pieces you’ll find around our home, and my husband can’t complain! *insert evil laugh here*
Below is a round-up of 20 pretty Easter home decor items that I’ve found around the interwebs – many of which I’ve purchased for my own home, or plan to in the next week or so (shhh, don’t tell the hubs). You’ll also notice that all of the items I’ve pulled together are budget-friendly. Y’all know I love a good deal!
So, let’s do this…
Hip Hop Bunny Home Decor Ideas
Egg & Nest Home Decor Ideas
Other Easter Home Decor Ideas
Do you decorate for Easter or do you just skip right to your spring decor?