Welcome Spring!

 Warrenton designer Amy Boyle shares her Easter tablescapes that brighten the house after a long winter 

Aside from the religious significance, my favorite part about Easter is that it heralds the coming of Spring. At this time of year, turning to lighter and brighter home decor with the use of pastels, fresh flowers, and the requisite dyed eggs are the basic elements for creating an Easter table. From traditional to fun, Easter colors and themes can vary according to the imagination. In our home I like to blend formal with fun, using dishes and decor to keep our Easter table feeling fresh and new. I add in spring flowers, bunnies and other seasonal touches for a table that can work for both formal and less formal celebrations. Here is a look back at some of the color combinations and styles I have created for Easter over the years.

— Amy Boyle

Small plates nestled in a holder can be decorative as well as functional. This pink one was part of a set, I display them all throughout my house and on the table during Easter.

 

My counterpart Christy created this tables cape using crisp blue and white using an affordable bunny plate and pairing it with vintage lime. Easter is a lovely time to use formal or family china mixed with newer items for a fresh, current look. Photo by Christy Black

 

A fancy placemat with your everyday china can be appropriate for Easter, the extra thought of a sweet little nest signifies the beginning of spring. Photo by Amy Boyle

About 11 Magnolia Lane

11 Magnolia Lane, a lifestyle blog, was started in 2010 by Amy Boyle and her closest friend Christy Black and has grown to have a monthly social media reach into the millions. Their themes include food, fashion, decorating, DIY projects, organization, entertaining, and more. 

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