There are so many DIY projects for Easter decor but what if you're looking for something with a little sophistication? Maybe shabby chic is more your style than cutesy and fluffy? If you’re wondering how you can implement a more sophisticated attitude into your Easter homage this year, here's an assortment of DIY Easter centerpiece ideas together with some suggestions for materials you can use to create them, or alternatives if your heart isn't into crafting.
Who loves carrots? bunnies of course. If you're not feeling crafty, this charming piece will do the trick.
$101 from potterybarn.com
These eggs are just what you need and are pretty enough to keep on display all year round.
$40 from horchow.com
Any footed glass bowl will do the trick. I like this because it will create a linear display.
$15.99 from amazon.com
Of course you can't beat fresh spring flowers but they last such a short time. Horchow has the most amazing collection of faux florals and you'd never know they aren't real.
$295 from horchow.com
A cylindrical bowl is just what you need to start creating your own version of this lovely, whimsical display.
$39 - $49 from potterybarn.com
Complement your moss eggs with some real eggs in a moss nest.
$39.50 from potterybarn.com
Add some pizzazz to your log display with a glittery rabbit.
$16 from potterybarn.com
A stunning indoors porcelain planter will look good whatever flowers you choose to pot.
$318.75 from horchow.com
A pack of 36 pastel colored eggs will stand you in good stead for your Easter creations.
$11.97 from amazon.com
The basis of any candle display is of course the candle. Creamy beige or bright white?
From $4 from potterybarn.com
If your Easter table is always far too laden to allow room for extravagant centerpieces and displays, go to town on the runner instead.
$125 from horchow.com
Create a magical display using papier mache eggs that are ready for you to paint, cover with fabric or decoupage.
$11.16 from amazon.com
Twig rabbits will add a fun aspect to your Easter bunny display.
$15.50-$23.50 from potterybarn.com
What do you need for this first off? Why, a fish bowl, of course.
$76.99 from amazon.com
Give your nest some sparkle with these foil eggs.
$17 from potterybarn.com
A hammered stainless steel rectangular tray provides a lovely base for this type of centerpiece if you don't want white.
$28 from amazon.com
Your finished pine cones will look great in beautiful blown glass canisters.
$49.50-$59 from potterybarn.com
Make your table egg hunt more fun with chocolate eggs.
$12.75 from amazon.com
Of course you need some pretty egg cups. Match the flowers to the shades of the cups.
$32 from potterybarn.com
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