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Easter with a Single Easter Home Decor. Should You?

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What can you do, when you have no time and, frankly speaking, not too much enthusiasm for colouring a basket of eggs or placing all kinds of Easter Bunny variations around your garden? Of course, you go for a monumental Easter home decor that will make up for the lack of these little pieces. Here are a couple of canvas ideas, that eliminate the need for decor pollution at your place! So, is it possible to celebrate Easter with serenity? Find out below!

Easter with a Single Easter Home Decor

The thing here is, by reducing the number of details, you are actually getting closer to the core of what all of this is actually about (aside from the biblical narrative). The egg itself is a bit part of our springtime ritual because it is a symbol of fertility and rebirth. Furthermore, Easter marks a period of total transformation. Light overcomes the darkness completely, so why make it all oppressive? This is basically all you need. A light, resonating piece, that’s not too obvious or clichéed. It’s more about texture than heavy, baroque detail.

Easter with a Single Easter Home Decor

Bunny, the bringer of eggs, as we all know it is also a super cute herbivore. Anyhow, the idea is to create an Easter home decor that is utilisable for more than one just occasion a year. A little creature like this will look great in any light interior dominated by neutral hues (gray and white particularly). An expanse of juicy meadow, perhaps, if you have no real plants in sight.

Easter with a Single Easter Home Decor

Another piece consisting of considerably darker shades, is not meant to necessarily suggest a moody Easter overall. The centre is brimming with colours, compensating for the moody frame. Again, very austere and economic: perfect for an equally foolproof interior. Just add a white floating frame and you have a toned-down Easter home decor masterpiece.

Easter with a Single Easter Home Decor

How about something a bit more rustic and natural? A composition like this truly seems to come out of the pages of the Kinfolk Magazine and seems to be a great fit for an escape hut somewhere outside of town. At this point, it’s worth mentioning that places like unsplash.com and stocksnap.io might be the best place to check out when searching for these tasteful little Easter tributes. You might also find an excellent artwork for a countryside kitchenette!

Easter with a Single Easter Home Decor

Another one with an Easter Mascot, this time in its ultimate fluffy form. A perfect Easter home decor for kids who are old enough to know that bunny, in fact, isn’t the actual producer of eggs, yet are too young to know why hares and bunnies the ultimate symbols of fertility. Fresh, absolutely gorgeous and delightful for both sunny, and rainy days.

Easter with a Single Easter Home Decor

Returning to the topic of Pantone’s Greenery 15-0343, here we have something that basically combines the best of “Deep Rooted” and “Fathomless”. A calming still-life that could once again work wonders with light, neutral tones. Calming and just a like a good perfume – wearable for the better part of the year.

Easter with a Single Easter Home Decor

And now, for something considerably less serious. Who said that Easter cannot be funny? A thoughtful bunny pondering his existence against a dim vista, thinking whether any of this is actually worth it. For young kids, for rustic/boho cribs, and people who embrace the comic value of the legendary Easter mascot.

Try out a different kind of Easter home decor: one that excludes a gazillion of campy and thematically dubious decorations. A single, spot-on decorative Easter photo print can spare you from both the financial and the aesthetic headache!

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