Huzzah, let’s do this Monday! It’s that time of the fortnight again where Emma and myself sift through all the fabulous pictures on Instagram and blogs and choose our favourites, all tagged with #MyHomeStyle (My Home Style). This is always one of my favourite posts to write, and enjoy having a nose in everyone’s homes/seeing what’s floating your interior boat. As usual, there are always so many ace ones to choose from!
This fortnight the pics I’ve chosen have a nod to Easter. I am actually away over the Easter weekend on my hen do (eek!), so I fear my home will not be given as much attention of the Easter kind as it usually would do. However, in lieu of any major Easter decor plans, I am going to get my fix through these lovely homes!
Kicking off the first of the Easter trees, I love this fab sideboard display by Karen (@makingmemoriesinthechaos). The tree is really strking, with the eggs complimenting the vase, plus I LOVE the little rabbit candles to the right of it.
#MyHomeStyle favourite, Chloe (@chloegraceb), has created a great Springtime mantelpiece display with bright pink tulips and a bit of ‘bunny-with-edge’ on the side! A great look for those not into having a ‘twee’ Easter theme.
This rustic hare door hanger cushion of Emily’s (@brickdustandglitter) is a lovely nod to spring.
Now, I’m sorry, but I couldn’t not include my co-host Emma’s (@littlewoodlife) beautiful Gisella Graham Easter egg door wreath- simply perfection! I actually saw this at a garden centre I visited last week and was eyeing it up, but we don’t have anywhere suitable to hang it until we have our new front door fitted later this year. Next Easter, it will be mine!
I already store pasta, stock cubes, rice and the like in big kilner jars, but Emily’s (@brickdustandglitter) idea of displaying Easter sweets and treats in them is a great one- they look so colourful and cheery, although I don’t know how long the contents would last in our household!
Becky’s (@beckyshome) Easter tree is a definite statement on her dining table- so, so beautiful, and the sort I’ll be hankering after when I pull my finger out and invest in some Easter decorations that can be brought out year after year.
I’m including more daffodils this fortnight, because, well I can, and it won’t be long before my favourite flower season is over! I just love how the bright yellow of the daffs in Nanda’s picture (@nandawiaderna) works so well with the soft purple of the cushions behind them. Two of my favourite colours in one shot is always going to be a winner for me!
Emily (@brickdustandglitter) has achieved a hatrick of photos this week, topping off the post with a snap of her beautiful Easter tree display, which is so classy and tasteful, yet striking at the same time. Love how she’s placed the Lindt bunnies and cross too.
Top of the class for Em this week!
Since this fortnight is Easter-themed, and there were oodles of other non-Easter pics tagged too, I am going to run an extra ‘My Home Style’ post next week. There were too many beautiful photos not to show the world!
Are you decorating your home for Easter?
Ooo, that Lindt bunny pic. Yum! I struggle with Easter decorations because, although I quite like pastels, I don’t really like them in my home. I’m not sure why. I think I find them a bit wishy washy to live with. They’re not bright and they’re not natural colours. Maybe I need to give them another go.
Now not only do I have house envy but I am hungry (come on Lent hurry up and finish so I can stuff my face with chocolate ha) x Love this series
Aww, i love your choices Becks! Chloe’s moss bunny is maybe the best thing I’ve ever seen – I love him!! 🙂 You are so right. Too many gorgeous choices this week. I’m loving this! Xx
Damn you and your easter chic! Now I’m lusting after that door hanger. When did Easter decs even become a thing? How times have changed! So pretty. x