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Brighten up your home in time for Easter

The tulips and hyacinths are pushing their way through the grass, and daffodils are bursting on to the scene. Here’s our take on how to bring the same spring-like newness, freshness and colour into your home – ending with some fun egg decorating ideas. Well, it is Easter.
Lifestyle Hints & Tips
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Embrace colour

Pastel pinks, yellows, mauves and greens are great choices for feature walls, or a whole room if you’re feeling bold. The characterful Cavendish coffee table with its aged oak finish and split panel top stands out beautifully against a pop of green.

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Keep it light and airy

It’s those fresh touches that create a light and airy tone in your home – such as a beautiful vase filled with tall, natural stems or small pots of crocuses. Display your things of beauty on a beautiful console table.

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Add fresh touches and witty accessories

Complement fresh colours such as warm yellows with jugs of daffodils or vases of hyacinths. Add interest with something quirky and fun such as the charming Hopper table lamp, featuring a bronze resin cast hare sitting on a stack of books and topped with a 100% silk rectangular shade.

Embrace colour

Pastel pinks, yellows, mauves and greens are great choices for feature walls, or a whole room if you’re feeling bold. The characterful Cavendish coffee table with its aged oak finish and split panel top stands out beautifully against a pop of green.

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Have some Easter fun

It wouldn’t be Easter without some fun – and an egg hunt. If you’re feeling creative this year, here are some of our favourite Easter egg decorating ideas.

Want to have some fun with the kids? Or are you a big kid yourself? It’s so easy to make these fun farm animal eggs or chick eggs. Just raid your craft box and create your unique cute creature with some child friendly yellow or pink paint and some strategically glued on feathers, cotton wool or felt. Make the eyes with black felt tip pen or you can use stick on eyes.

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Fancy something more sophisticated and decorative? You can decorate an egg very effectively with watercolour paint or by using stencils and glitter. Display your works of art in pride of place in beautiful bowls and wait for the compliments.

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