Easter is our favourite time of year and just in case you were wondering How To Style A Playroom At Easter then you have landed on the right page. Think pastels, bunnies and florals and you really are well on your way to designing an Easter wonderland in your home this season.
The two shelves in our Daughters playroom were put up to house a collection of her reading books, but then Easter came and we decided to decorate. We purchased the shelves from Ikea and they change every season, the wide lips mean that virtually anything can be homed on them.
We have a bundle of little ornaments passed down through the family throughout the years and I framed some Easter cards from which I bought in a pack of five from Tescos. Frames are also from Ikea. A perfect example of How To Style The Playroom At Easter.
The Daffodils were wind damaged in the garden and so we cut them and gave them back some life by placing them in fresh water. The crocus is a variety named “Joan of Arc” from which I bought at a really good price from a neighbours honesty stall. Do you ever look out for such stalls when passing through small villages?
Although Joan did not last too well.
Here are some images from our shelf.
Everything from our shelve will be stored in an Easter crate and reused next year too. A great tip is to shop after Easter and collect Easter bargains such as small porcelain eggs or rattan baskets. This year I have made a beautiful Easter basket for my Daughter. She is nearly 6 years old and although I have tried to avoid too much chocolate, I couldn’t help but treat her just that little bit more than normal.
Subscribe to my youtube channel to see what I am putting in her Easter basket this year. There is also a non-bake easter cake recipe which I know you will love.