Easter is an incredible time of the year! The trees are starting to blossom, forming colourful buds that will soon turn into vibrant spring flowers. With the Easter holidays just a couple of days away, we are all looking forward to that well deserved break and to spend some quality time with our loved ones. Read on to learn about which colours are associated with Easter, and how they can be used in your home.
White and Gold
Traditionally, the colour white symbolises light, innocence and purity. Incorporating these colours in your décor is a great way of brightening up your space and welcoming in sunshine and positivity. Gold symbolises what is precious and valuable, and is often associated with majesty, joy, and celebration.
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(colours of spring)
Sprinkle some cute pastel colours to chase away those winter blues!
Pastel coloured decorations can be used to create a relaxing and calm atmosphere in any space. If you don’t have time re-paint your walls etc. then things like some new cushions, curtains, or perhaps a new modern rug can be a great of brightening up your interior without too much hard work. Gorgeous pastel colours such as pinks, turquoises, blues and purples are often associated with the spring season and the warm energy that comes with it.
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(The colour of lent)
When it comes to the Easter season, purple is seen as one of the most important colours for Christians as it is associated with the colour of lent. It is the colour found in church sanctuaries throughout the world during the season.
Use hints of purple against a neutral colour scheme to add depth and luxury to your interior.
It’s versatile, elegant and rich.
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