DO YOU LOVE THE IDEA OF DECORATING FOR THE HOLIDAYS BUT THINK YOU CAN’T FIND THE ROOM? THINK AGAIN! HERE ARE THREE EASY WAYS TO DECORATE FOR EASTER IN A SMALL SPACE!
Spring is upon us once again and with it comes the renewed desire for cleaning and decorating. The change of seasons is always an inspiring time to toss and tidy and to refresh your rooms in the process! Of course, standard Spring decor is awesome, but adding in holidays pieces makes it that much more fun. Let me show you my favourite easy ways to decorate for Easter, especially if you live in a smaller space!
Think Big, Go Small
Sounds a little backwards, I know, but work with me on this one. Because you’ll likely only have your Easter decor up for about a week, or maybe two at most, you don’t have to go too wild. Unless that’s your thing, in which case, you do you! I only have my Easter decorations out for about 10 days, so I don’t make over our entire home as I do at Christmas.
Look for a few key pieces that you love, or make your own, and feature them prominently within a mostly neutral Spring display.
- A ceramic bunny tucked into Spring greens or florals
- Easter eggs on a nest of Spanish moss
- Small fabric, woven or wooden carrots tucked into a Spring wreath
I think you get the idea. Over the years, I’ve picked up different pieces at discount and dollar stores and found even more online.
Pick a Theme
When decorating in a small space, it’s important to not overwhelm your rooms. Trust me, it’s easily done. By choosing a theme, you’ll naturally eliminate a lot of decorating clutter. How? By choosing to use only bunnies, for example, you won’t end up overrun by carrots and chocolates and baby chicks and every other Easter decor piece on the market.
Alternatively, if you like the idea of different accessories, choose a colour scheme. I tend to use pink as my main focus, with white and silver accents. Adding in this wood bead garland ties my colour scheme together so nicely!
You can even take it one step further and limit yourself to BOTH a colour AND accessory plan. As I said, I focus on pink and I use bunnies and eggs, and not much else. It feels cohesive, simple and elegant. It’s amazing how you can take inexpensive pieces and give them a new look and feel by grouping them together in a certain way!
Choose ONE Statement Display
You might have noticed this by now, but in case you’ve missed it, I’ll tell you a little secret. Tiered Trays are kind of my favourite decorating tool. Did you notice? Haha, of course you did! I absolutely LOVE tiered trays for ALL seasons. And they provide me with even more easy ways to decorate for Easter!
Don’t have your own tiered trays yet? This is my favourite tray that I purchased from Amazon. I even did a review of it, so that you can check out just how nice the tray is. You can see that review here:
Of course, there’s always the DIY method too. You can read my post for some amazing DIY Tiered Tray inspiration and create your own using dollar or thrift store supplies. You might even have what you need in your own cupboards.
I generally choose to put my trays on our dining room table, but they really are right at home in any space. For more seasonal ideas for tiered trays, be sure to check out these posts:
Regardless of how much or how little you want to use for the season, there are easy ways to decorate for Easter, even in a small space!
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