Published on February 27, 2018

It’s almost spring, which means both Easter and Mother’s Day are nearly here. Seriously, go buy your mom something—we have some pretty great ideas. While the upcoming season brings with it fresh blooms and showers, the most stressful part about it is the newfound entertaining you have to do—namely, Easter brunch.

Luckily for us, Anthropologie’s super fun outdoor and garden brand, Terrain, has us covered for all our living and dining essentials. From chic florals to pretty pastels, this is the only way to display your eggs this Easter. Scroll ahead for our favorite pieces from the brand’s new spring line.

Metal Fritillaria Wreath, $78

If you want to do florals while still maintaining a minimalist aesthetic, get your hands on this metal ring—it has just the right amount of color without being too crazy. It also can be uncoiled and used as a garland, should you want to change it up a bit.

Tall Taper Pair, 24“, $24

A great way to make a statement with your centerpiece is with some wonderfully tall tapers—and these ones are made with a drip-resistant beeswax blend, to boot.

Habit + Form Trough, Dark Zinc, $48

Made with a durable dark finish, this hardwired trough will last for years. Use it to create a truly wow-worthy centerpiece display for your Easter table. 

Pinstripe Linen Napkin, $14

Handmade with a soft blend of cotton and linen, the napkin’s delicately striped embroidery makes it understated enough for any table setting.

Italian Herb Napkin Rings, Set of 4, $88

With interesting shapes inspired by the fresh herbs of spring, these napkin holders boast an antique bronze finish and intricate detail sure to delight all your guests.

Seed Paper Place Cards, Set of 24, $14

If you’re environmentally conscious, you might err on the side of skipping place cards altogether—and that would be a mistake. Not only are these pretty ones delightful, each one is made of plantable cotton seed paper, which can be sown in the garden to grow a crop of North American wildflowers.

Silk Cherry Blossom Spray, $28

We’re not judging you for not being able to keep your blooms alive—in fact, when fake plants look as good as this pretty cherry blossom, why would you even bother with real ones?

Wire Egg Carrier, $42

Forget everything you thought you knew about displaying your eggs—this Easter, a handcrafted wire egg carrier is the only way to go. Use a multitude of colorful eggs for a fun finish.

Garden Blooms Ceramic Mug, $48

Not one mug is like the other, thanks to the way each has been meticulously handcrafted using pressed natural botanicals. Post-brunch coffee never looked this good. 

Ombre Chocolate Eggs, $10

These almost look too pretty to eat—but trust me, you’ll want to. Handmade by stylish Delaware chocolate brand Lock & Key Confectionary, each spring fresh egg is filled with a gooey, chocolatey interior.

Terracotta Log Bowl Planter, $38

The weathered finish on this terracotta log-shaped bowl gives it just enough understated edge to store anything from pretty plants and flowers to chic stones and colorful eggs.

Five Piece Copper Flatware Set, $48

Why go boring silver with your flatware when this rose-tinged copper set is available? It’s a timeless shape you’ll use for years to come.

See more colorful lines we love:

Maximalists, You’re Going to Love Target’s New Home Line
CB2 and Fred Segal Are at it Again, Making Us Crave Summer
Bring the Beach Home With Pottery Barn’s Newest Collab

For more stories like this, sign up here for your daily dose of Domino.

Discussion