It's Easter time. Bring out the eggs, baskets, nests, and trees! Try filling a basket with eggs that are similar to each other like those in the photograph above. All glitter in robin's egg blue and are trimmed in blue and white ribbon and topped with the tiniest flowers. Some have name tags and one is open to show a small bird nesting. So charming!
Imagine this delightful "egg tree" on a side table. Pussy willow branches are placed inside a garden bucket that is filled with wheat grass. From the branches hang eggs painted in pastel colors. The same color ribbon is used for each egg ornament bringing continuity and cohesiveness to this Easter decor.
Below is a photograph of an interpretation of an egg tree in silver-gray and white, followed by baskets full of eggs in the same color scheme.
But some eggs remain in their nests.
Might these eggs be chocolate? Those in the photograph of the nests bowl below certainly are!
Daylight Savings Time comes early this year, but I sure will welcome longer, brighter days. This time or year, I love to see yellow indoors; it seems to celebrate the sun's emergence from winter.
Ripe lemons and yellow tulips show promise of the warmer seasons and they are the perfect objects to add natural beauty and a shot of sunshine to rooms awakening in our home. Walls painted in a favorite shade of yellow can evoke both elegance and cheefulness.
March comes in like a lyon and goes out like a lamb, and April showers bring May flowers. This year, let yellow be the first color to welcome the spring season.