Spring & Easter Touches in your Home

Spring & Easter Touches in your Home

Easter is just around the corner!  We’ve enjoyed filling our displays at The Mint Julep with bright and cheery touches that inspire our clients to liven up their homes with delightful spring and Easter whimsy.

Bunnies and carrots

We always think of bunnies in connection with Easter, but they’re a fun spring accent piece no matter what the calendar says!  

When styling an entry console or accent table, be sure to include a bunny among your spring floral decor.  Then, if you wish, he can hop right out after Easter.

Likewise your tiered trays: how adorable are these bunnies-in-a-teacup among your spring florals and textiles? After the Easter holiday, of course, you can pop in a different little accessory--or not. Just as appealing are the faux moss rabbits in your spring vignette!

Fresh and charming textiles

Speaking of textiles, you’ll for sure want some spring-themed hand towels for an instant dose of seasonal fun. These dangle-leg bunny tea towels, for instance, are precious as can be in the kitchen--or as part of a cute Easter place setting!



Of course, no spring decor is complete without a wreath.  Hang a lush floral wreath on your front door to welcome your guests as the weather warms. Some colorful floral wreaths transition well into summer also. A simple eucalyptus wreath is a fresh take on spring greenery and also transitions into coming seasons. (Have you tried using a tabletop wreath hanger to display wreaths indoors?) 



Pastels--or not


With colorful plants and flowers sprouting everywhere, it’s no wonder we eagerly embrace color in our spring decor.  But maybe you’re a bit tentative about colorful spring decorations? You might be a candidate, instead, for neutral seasonal decor! It’s ok--leave off the pastels and go for a white-and-wood-and-greenery look, complete with charming white bunnies that you’ll enjoy as part of your spring grouping even after Easter.

Whether you dress your interiors in bright pastels or muted neutrals and greenery for spring, there’s no wrong answer! Enjoy the warmer days ahead!


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