Easter is by far one of my favorite holidays. Perhaps it is because I was born on an Easter Sunday, or maybe it’s due to the beautiful spring colors. Pastels are generally the go to color for Easter decorating, but it is refreshing to see a departure from the expected. Jewel tones offer a sophisticated take on Easter.
I recently stumbled upon the site Art de Fete with the creative Svitlana Flom at the helm. I love the vignettes she styled. They are so sophisticated. Most Easter vignettes can appear juvenile but her choices are more suited to an upscale adult only home.
images used with permission via Artdefete.com
The tablescape is equally stunning. I love the mix of colors, textures and visual weight. By using the branches as the centerpiece your eye is more drawn to the table with its burst of colors.
images used with permission
If you’d like to move away from the Easter pastels, let her vision inspire you this year.
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