As Easter is right on our doorstep, I wanted to share a few Scandinavian design decor items that will make your home ready for the holiday. Find all the links to these items below, as well as some inspirational images showing how to use them:
- 1. UNICO VASE OCHER BY KAHLER
- 2. EASTER EGG HANGING DECORATIONS BY FELIUS DESIGN
- 3. SOLITAIRE VASE BY LYNGBY
- 4. CLASSIC EGG WITH LIQUORICE BY LAKRIDS
- 5. WOODEN RABBIT BY KAY BOJESEN
- 6. EASTER SWEET BOWL BY LIEBE
- 7. BUNNY BY HOPTIMIST
- 8. ‘GOD PÅSKE’ (HAPPY EASTER) HANGING DECOR BY FELIUS DESIGN
- 9. STANDING CHERRY BLOSSOM EGG BY ROYAL COPENHAGEN
- 10. ‘KUBUS’ CANDLEHOLDER FROM BYLASSEN
- 11. LITTLE BIRD BY NORMANN COPENHAGEN
- 12. MESSAGE BOARD BY DESIGNLETTERS
- 13. LEGACY BONBONNIERE EGG BY GEORG JENSEN
These cute and coluorful Hoptimist bunnies enhance a happy Easter atmosphere and spread joy among your guests. They are so playful and will make both kids and adults feel happy. In the Easter range, you can also find cute chicks and curly-haired Easter lambs.
A pop of yellow will add a lovely spring feeling to your home, this beautiful Unico vase designed by Anders Arhøj for Kähler is giving subtle hints to Easter with its round shape. Use the beautiful vase as the exclusive pieces of art in your home alongside and add a little branch or flower inside as seen above.
Another way to display decorative branches is this pretty and delicate Lyngby solitaire vase. It has the perfect size for stalks, decorative small branches, or to use on display as a sculpture in itself.
The Kubus candleholder from Bylassen is very versatile and works for all seasons. I love how the decor from Felius Design complements the classic design piece by hangign from its base. The Kubus bowl also from Bylassen can become a beautiful nest to display little decorated eggs or chocolate for the season.
If you did not know, ‘Påske’ is Easter in Scandinavian. These bowls by Liebe come in a variety of pastel shades and add a little extra to your table or shelf around this time.
In Scandinavia, it is normal to get a beautifully decorated cardboard egg with treats inside for Easter, but if you want another alternative Royal Copenhagen have a few ceramic eggs that will look lovely on display.
How will you be decorating this Easter? Do you have any of these Scandinavian design items in your home?