It’s officially the countdown to Easter, which means that you are probably looking forward to decorating your home with fresh colours and spring-themed ornaments. How will you spend the bank holiday weekend? Is your entire family coming together for Sunday lunch or an egg hunt, or are you hoping to spend your well-earned downtime relaxing and indulging in the finer things in life? If you’re looking for simple yet lively ways of decorating your table, then you’ve come to the right place.
This year, we have gone for a natural colour palette of green and white, before adding a touch of glamour to the table with some gold accents. By using different textiles such as ‘Smith’ for the tablecloth and the soft, cosy fabric ‘Tender’ for the placemats, we have created a lively mixture of patterns and materials that is sure to make you look forward to sitting at the table with your loved ones even more.
You can use transparent eggs as a decorative element and fill these with eucalyptus and twigs in line with the latest floral trend. Together with vases in different sizes, you can conjure up a nature-inspired table setting at the drop of a hat. The great thing about eucalyptus is that it's evergreen, which means that it always looks fresh, even when it has been dried.
Our string curtain Cordon flows in soft waves above the table, creating an oasis of calm against a floral background and offering the ideal setting for the filled eggs. Take a look here to find out more about how you can install this classic product by your window, or even transform it into a sculpture.
A sprinkling of glamour never did anyone a bit of harm, which is why we're chosen golden cutlery and homemade nameplates that will give your table a touch of elegance. And what would Easter be without the Easter bunny? Well, it just wouldn't be the same, would it? That's why we have gone for a subtler version of this fluffy friend in the form of folded serviettes. They're super easy to make - just take a look at our instructions below.