You wouldn’t think twice about whether or not to decorate your home before Christmas, so why don’t most people bother at Easter? Maybe now is the time to start. There some lovely decorations around, and it’s a great way of marking the start of the sunshine months. It’s also an ideal way to celebrate the end of a good spring clean – or to hide some dust if you haven’t had time.
There’s never a wrong occasion to hang bunting. It has a really retro vibe and will look lovely fluttering away if and when you get to open more windows at home. Check out the super-cute Easter Chick Paper Bunting from Amazon or the colourful Talking Tables Easter Bunting from John Lewis. It would look just as good outdoors as inside but those paper triangles aren’t going to like the rain.
The Wooden Happy Easter Garland by The Easter Home would make an egg-stra special addition to any wall. It screams pure class, but its £12 price tag certainly won’t break the bank. What’s more, it should last for years to come.
A celebration wouldn’t be a celebration without balloons, but you don’t have to blow a fortune on decorating at home. Poundland have three different little balloon designs that would cheer up a room nicely. Choose between an Easter Chick, an Easter Egg or an Easter Bunny or get yourself a whole bunch. After all, they are only a pound each.
If you’re starting this Easter decorating lark from scratch, have a look at the John Lewis set of Assorted Easter Decorations. It costs less than a tenner, and you’ll get 34 different decorations. There are fluffy chicks, a nest wreath and painted hanging eggs to instantly Easter-ise your home. You’ll have the whole thing cracked in one fell swoop, leaving you free to start on the serious task of eating chocolate.