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5 Tips For Getting Your Conservatory Ready For Easter

Are you egg-cited about the Easter holidays? If you and the family are intending on using the extended break to recharge the batteries at home whilst consuming lots of yummy hot cross buns, why not do it in your conservatory.

It is very easy to make Easter in your conservatory egg-stra special, so hop to it.

Ok, sorry, enough with the Easter-related puns and more about how you can give your conservatory that Easter feel.

  1. Spring clean

It’s a dirty and tedious job but it needs to be done. First and foremost, you should give your conservatory a good spring clean. Get wiping, brushing and polishing to spruce it up for spring and make all those surfaces shine, and remember to declutter. Remove anything that’s unnecessarily taking up space and either transfer it to another room in the house or throw it away.

  1. Decorations

Just like you would at Christmastime, decorate the conservatory for the occasion with some Easter inspired adornments. An attractive table decoration will make for a great centrepiece, such as a vintage bucket or an old glass jar filled with some vibrant seasonal flowers, and why not bring out the bunny bunting. If you’re planning on eating in the conservatory over Easter, set the table and fold some napkins into bunny shapes before placing them on top of the dinner plates.

  1. Easter wreath

Speaking of decorations, the wreath isn’t just reserved for Christmas. You can buy wonderfully inventive Easter wreaths from places like Not on the High Street that you can either fix to a connecting door or apply to the glazed wall, including some that contain painted eggs within their design. If you’re feeling ultra-creative, you could attempt to make a wreath of your own.

  1. Easter egg hunt

Keep the kids occupied by hosting the annual Easter egg hunt in your conservatory. Get them to apply their artistic skills to some hard boiled eggs or head to the supermarket and buy some chocolate eggs, before hiding them in various places within the space. The person who collects the most eggs in their basket then wins a prize. Some of the kid’s painted eggs could even go on display afterwards.

  1. Flowers

Bring a little bit of the outdoors, indoors and get the inside of your conservatory smelling sweet by adding some fresh flowers and creating some kind of flower arrangement. Lilies are very popular at this time of year, as is iris, tulips and daffodils.

Yet to buy a conservatory but like the idea of owning one that you can decorate for the next few Easters? Check out the conservatory range at Hazlemere.

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