As a basis for this cool Easter table setting we use a dark grey linen table runner. We combine this with green or honey yellow napkins. Dark colours are totally trendy in interior design. You can find them on the walls, furniture and table. No cute little vases filled with flowers, just one big blossoming branch in the middle of the table. Glassware from recycled glass and a dark earthenware setting round things off. This is the perfect Easter table for those who love a cool industrial style.
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This chic Easter table setting is for all those who can’t wait till Christmas 😉 Allow yourself at Easter time to indulge in a delicious, luxurious meal. The style of the table setting enhances the luxurious feel. A timeless, classic damask tablecloth exudes class. The gold napkins have Easter bunny ears and the gold napkin rings top it all off.
Tip! When Easter’s over you can combine the damask tablecloth – for a summer table setting – with jade green or pink pastel linen napkins, and decorate the table with fresh lemons, herbs or wildflowers.
For me, Easter is an ideal holiday. More informal, with expectations that are not as high as for Christmas. That is why I really enjoy inviting friends and family at this time for a beautifully set table and delicious food. I have not quite decided what we are going to eat. For Easter decorations, I make it easy on myself. Eggs painted in ombré colours look stylish, and they are really a snap to do. You make different paint baths with increasing amounts of colour. Prefer a marbled effect? Make it modern in ink-blue shades. I find flowering branches combined with cut flowers beautiful, but you will never go wrong with fun decorations hung on them either. Not much time? Then make your napkin – in the same shade as the table cloth – into a nest and place an egg in it. Flowers on the table? Buttercups! Cheerful spring blossoms are a must on every Spring table.