Don’t leave all the major decisions down to the last minute. Start getting your living room ready for Easter now.
If you are hosting your entire family and then some friends for this year’s Easter brunch, our advice is to plan while you’re ahead. What used to be a major religious holiday, is now becoming just a Sunday you get to unapologetically spend with your family and have fun. And here are our six tips on how you can get your living room decor set and ready for the sunday Easter madness!
1. Get a comfy corner
We all have that uncle who loves to relax on the sofa after a great meal. Don’t take that moment from him, and build a comfortable corner with the perfect light to get him to snooze a little bit. It will make your living room look comfier, and your uncle will surely thank you by the end of the day.
In the photo: Kenny lamp | Novak sofa | Craig side table
2. Don’t forget your Easter pillows
We can guarantee you your living room decor won’t feel complete without a set of Easter pillows. Sweet bunnies, little eggs, or just bright motifs can make your pillows look adorable and your overall living room look cozy.
3. Celebrate Pantone’s color of the year
Ultra Violet is a very luxurious and Eastery color, which makes it perfect to use in your living room decor this time of the year. Go with an accent chair in Ultra Violet to create a strong visual impact with your guests.
In the photo: Bardot armchair | Dandy sideboard | Donna lamp
4. Bring in lots of daylight
Don’t forget that Spring will be here right before Easter, which means if everything goes right, you will be having lots of sunlight flooding your living room. Take advantage of that and don’t clutter your windows with thick curtains or a lot of furniture right in front of them. Let daylight bring the best out of your living room accessories!
5. Choose a bright rug
A nice rug makes every living room feel comfier from the get to. And because Spring will already be here by then, go with a bright and cheery rug that will lift everyone’s spirits and get your living room looking happy.
6. Get your own Easter wreath
Finally, don’t forget a timeless classic. Wreaths shouldn’t only be used on your front door. Take them inside and hang them above your fireplace, for example! It will be a good way to use some unused space and it will make your fireplace look less Wintery.
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