Happy Easter! If you'll be hosting the holiday at your home this year, you're probably busy cooking up a storm – but you shouldn't neglect your house's interior. To throw a successful Easter brunch, you have to get your home in tip-top shape. If you've forgot about the decorating, don't fret because we have you covered with last-minute Easter décor:
- Beautify old vases: Now that it's spring, it's the perfect time to decorate with bright blooms. Some of your guests may even bring you bouquets! Make sure you have the right décor to hold these flowers. Give old vases a springtime makeover by wrapping pastel paper around them or embellishing these structures with ribbon.
- Embellish eggs: Even if you don't have little kids, you can still decorate eggs this holiday. "Shimmering eggs in a bed of moss make a lovely (and easy!) Easter centerpiece," writes a blogger for HGTV. "To create them, paint wooden, cardboard or blown-out eggs in soft pastel shades. Once the paint has dried, apply glue dots in a random pattern then sprinkle glitter over the eggs for a sparkling polka dot effect."
- Spruce up your front door: Make a great impression by decorating your front door with a stylish Easter-themed wreath. You can opt to make a DIY craft by attaching flowers and spring branches to round twine, or you can head to the store and purchase an already-made wreath.
We hope that your celebration goes off without a hitch! For more home design tips, be sure to follow our blog or contact Metropolitan Window fashions for our stylish selection of custom curtains and drapes, shades, blinds and shutters!