Industrial is not the first word that comes to mind when you think about decorating for Easter.  I love comfy, vintage style decor, but I also have an affection for that edgy, urban, industrial flavor.  There’s certainly no reason why both styles can’t be fused together, and below are a few examples of how I did just that.

A scrap of butcher block and some rusty wire rods elevate my handmade Easter eggs to sculpture display status.

Here’s an unlikely nest – a gutted out jumbo pocket watch.  Who woulda thunk?

This menagerie of unrelated objects is pulled together with an earthy color scheme.  The display is understated, yet curious.

I purchased the large, paper mache egg at an end of season sale last year, with the intention of decorating it in some way.  Well, I changed my mind.  I love it just the way it is, so much so, that I put it on a pedestal.

This little trio was simply meant to be displayed together.  The earthy colors harmonize so well.

I hope you enjoyed this post and have taken away some new-to-you Easter decorating ideas.  And, yes, I still love my colorful, comfy, vintage style things too!



  1. Ooh, I LOVE this industrial look for Easter. Although I have styled saccharin sweetness (especially with vintage items), I prefer the toned down look. I love the butcher block display and pedestal eggs. Nicely done! Happy Easter, Linda.
    ps holy moly, your landscaping artistry is simply amazing! I had fun just going through your galleries!

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