- Happy Easter Glitter Garland $22.50
- Glitter Happy Easter Garland $22.50
- Seersucker Bunny Décor $29.50 – $79.50
- Felted Bunny Décor $29 – $39
- Beatrix Potter™ Nesting Egg Set $22
- Beatrix Potter™ My 1st Easter Frame $24
- White Sisal Bunny Decor $29 – $49
- Felted Wool Sheep & Chick Decor $14 – $34
- Easter Wreath $49 Sale $18.99
- Hanging Eggs Set $7.50
- Easter Tree Centerpiece $59 Sale $22.99
Are you ready to transform the interior and exterior of your home to match the gorgeous spring days ahead? If so, it is time to add Easter furnishings from Pottery Barn Kids to your existing decor. Whether you want to decorate for a spring party or incorporate pieces suitable for everyday decorating, there are decorations for every style and preference. Welcome friends, family and party guests to your abode with a personalized door sign. Choose from cheerful Easter symbols, such as rabbits and eggs. Once you pick out your sign, customize it with your family’s last name or your initials. If a charming wreath already lays claim to your door, a personalized Easter doormat is a terrific (and functional) alternative that ensures mud, grass and dirt stay outside.
On the day of your annual Easter egg hunt, make sure kids know where to search for the eggs with a set of delightful Easter egg signs. These fun signs are a cheerful way to guide children to some of the more difficult-to-locate Easter eggs. If you are searching for a decorative piece suitable for indoor and outdoor usage, add Easter garland to your collection of party decorations.
For a glitzy look, pick garland decorated with glitter, or opt for a strand that blends beads and jovial prints. When a simple look suits your style, opt for classic paper garland in traditional Easter designs. Hang the garland outside to create a festive atmosphere for your egg hunt or spring cookout. When the sky is heavy with rain and threatens your event, just move the party (and your decorations) inside. Draw your curtains so that they provide a lovely backdrop for your garland. Drape the garland from one end of the window to the other end. If you have a mantel, this is another spectacular place to showcase your garland. Another benefit of garland is that you can reuse it for multiple spring events.
Easter isn’t complete until you’ve colored and decorated at least a dozen eggs. Instead of hiding eggs away in the egg carton, use decorative egg holders to display your creative masterpieces. Place the egg holders safely out of reach on your shelving, or stow them in the fridge if they’re going to become a delicious bowl of egg salad. Make sure that you have entertainment for all ages by adding a set of nesting eggs to your coloring table. Kids who need a break from coloring eggs or those who are too young to color eggs on their own work on their motor skills as they nest the eggs inside of each other.
As you decorate, check that every room in the house has a touch of Easter cheer, including the playroom and your child’s bedroom. Linen or felt bunnies work well in areas that small children frequent. These soft rabbits come in both sitting and standing designs. Imagine your children’s excitement when they see a line of darling bunnies sitting on the chairs in their room or playroom.
Before you sit down to Easter dinner, set the scene with the right table accessories for spring. For your centerpiece, position an Easter tree in the middle of the table. Enjoy the tree’s natural beauty, or spruce it up by hanging Easter egg ornaments from the branches. Another simple idea is to hang egg ornaments from your chandeliers for a quick decoration that changes the entire look of your dining space. Hanging beaded eggs that combine floral blooms with elegant beads look lovely when anchored to the ceiling around your table. When it is time to clean up after your event, hanging decorations are simple to take down so that your dining room is back to its old self. Make sure that you have boxes or buckets to stow your decorations until your next event.