Keep These Easter Accessories All Year Round

Peep these candy-colored (and egg-shaped) accessories from local shops.
Photos provided

Photos provided

Easter’s hues of candy-colored pinks, pastel blues, and vibrant greens have arrived on the heels of some much-needed sunshine. But just because the Easter bunny only comes once a year, it doesn’t mean you can’t keep the festivities alive well into summertime with your decor. Rather than extracting decorations out of a dusty box in the basement this year, take a more elegant approach with these fresh and festive pieces.

Here, find five accessories from local shops that you won’t want to pack away next week.

Photo courtesy of Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams

Photo courtesy of Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams

1. Burled Bowl 

Cast in resin and finished in gold leaf, this glowing bowl elegantly mimics a cracked eggshell. $410, Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams, 142 Berkeley St., Boston, mgbwhome.com.

Photo courtesy of Anthropologie

Photo courtesy of Anthropologie

2. Orbital Mirror

The fun of decorating Easter eggs with gold foil doesn’t have to end this year. Continue the look with this grand mirror made from steel and glass. $348, Anthropologie, 203 Newbury St., Boston, www.anthropologie.com.

Photo courtesy of West Elm

Photo courtesy of West Elm

3. Modernist Table Lamp

Just like the candy in your Easter basket, this beautiful lamp is reminiscent of bright blue robin’s eggs. $119, West Elm, 160 Brookline Ave., Boston, www.westelm.com.

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Photo courtesy of Room and Board

4. All Is Not What It Seems by Joanne Freeman

Keep the colorful egg motif going with this silkscreened piece. $499, Room and Board, 375 Newbury St., Boston, www.roomandboard.com.

Photo courtesy of Marimekko

Photo courtesy of Marimekko

5. Varvunraita Upholstery Pillow Cover

Forget the messy Easter basket grass and celebrate the springtime’s freshly cut lawns with this eye-catching green accent pillow. $52, Marimekko, 140 Newbury St., Boston, and 350 Huron Ave., Cambridge, us.marimekko.com.


Antonia DePace Antonia DePace, Editorial Intern at Boston Magazine adepace@bostonmagazine.com