Do you take advantage of each 'holiday' by decorating your home? You don't need to go all out. But decorating your reclaimed wood dining table with some gorgeous Spring decor will make a fun addition to your Easter Sunday roast dinner with friends or family.
Start with the table
A simple dining table with wooden dining chairs is a simple yet classic look. But when it comes to entertaining, it's good to add some colour and interest.
Start with the basics of table setting. Whilst decorations look great, a dining table has to be, above all else, practical for eating at. Set the table with a few spring additions - perhaps place cards or decorative napkins? You could even mark each place with a chocolate bunny if you fancy.
Then think about centre pieces. For something simple you can pop together really quickly, use a large round vase and filling it with pastel coloured eggs. You can also do a version of this with a terrarium filled with flowers or eggs. A bunch of flowers is another simple option, but one which looks fabulous.
Go all out
If you have the space for a rustic console table, make the most of it. Even something as simple as a gorgeous bunch of daffodils will add a pop of colour to your dining room.
And if you want to add something extra - add a wreath to your front door. Most of us put a wreath on the door for Christmas but refrain from adding decoration the rest of the year. However, a simple Easter wreath is a great idea to make an impact before guests have even stepped foot in your home.
For something understated, a simple design made of foliage and a few flowers in spring colours looks great. Alternatively, eggs are big business at Easter so why not make a wreath using twine and pastel coloured eggs for something a little more playful. If you're looking for a rainy day activity with children, painting polystyrene or plastic eggs to create a wreath out of is a great idea.
How do you plan on transforming your dining room table this Easter?