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47 Cool Minimalist Easter Décor Ideas

Thu, Apr 3, 2014 | Decorating | By Kate |
 
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Easter is a colorful spring celebration but what if you like calmer colors and no excessive décor? Decorate your home in minimalist style for Easter! Black and white are classical minimalist colors, so take black and white candles, porcelain rabbits, nests and, of course, eggs! Easter eggs are not only the most traditional food but also a décor piece or pieces. Here the possibilities are endless! Black white eggs with various patterns, quotes, rhinestones, twine, covered with chalkboard paint and some chalk inscriptions – use your imagination! Don’t forget that minimalism is not only black and white, it’s also natural décor, rough wood, twine, stone and concrete, and use these materials also.

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