• Double-check your spelling
  • Try entering fewer or more general words
  • Consider an alternate name: "glass" versus "goblet"
  • Use catalog item numbers, if available
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How to decorate for Easter
No matter if Easter falls early or late, we're always ready to decorate. When the hyacinth starts to bloom, we know it's time to celebrate the season with fresh and colorful decor.

Decorating for spring and Easter renews our spirit. It can be as simple as hanging a colorful garden wreath on the door and laying down a new doormat. But if you really want to smile, arrange bunny sculptures and statues in the yard and fill your window boxes and planters with faux flowers that won't fade during the inevitable cold snap.

Inside, you can hit refresh with some easy, seasonal swaps. Scatter a few lively throw pillows on your sofa or bed and exchange heavier throw blankets for lighter ones. Lay a colorful table runner across the buffet or dining table and finish with decorative painted eggs and fresh candles. Rest a spring wreath on the mantel, then relax and enjoy your happy space.

For more Easter and spring decorating ideas, read our blog.


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