$18 and more
Display your scrumptious Easter treats on a colorful cake stand.
A crystal objet d'art feels right at home among fresh spring flowers and botanical-themed tableware.
$100 and more
This vintage-style tablecloth offers a subtle nod to the holiday without being too in-your-face festive.
$303 for five pieces
Bring spring's buzzy energy indoors with china featuring a colorful menagerie.
$4 and more
Forget the rose-colored glasses; lavender-tinted drinking vessels are where it's at.
$67 for four
You don't need pruners to enjoy a topiary's elegant forms. Linens hand-embroidered with a shapely garden can spruce up the dinner table.
Sticking to the seating chart is easy with little rabbit helpers. Plus, it's an excuse to practice your best penmanship.
$82 for four
Even plain white plates can get an upgrade. Freshen up traditional china with a set of breezy cotton linens.
$60 for four
These bunnies, birds, and butterflies, on a blue- and flower-filled background, is almost too cute to eat off of. Almost.
Nothing says spring is coming like a lush explosion of wildflowers. They can also work their magic inside, brightening and relaxing even the most formal rooms.
This handcrafted cutting board is the ultimate serving piece for your pre-dinner cheese tray.
After a long gray winter, a shot of color feels so right. Chill the champagne for Easterin this cheery red bucket.
These striped Easter eggs in an assortment of fresh springtime colors will brighten up a table in seconds — no additional decor necessary.
Artist Katharine Barnwell has cast her imaginative spell on everything from the Cartier store windows to trompe l'oeil murals for private clients. Her fanciful printed wood trees, inspired by her father's garden, instantly make any space happy.
$15 and more
These glazed vases will add serious color to your tabletop and (even better) will compliment just about any assortment of flowers you choose.
$35 and more
"The matte finish is so chic," says designer Antonino Buzzetta.
Bunnies and lambs shouldn't have all the fun. Chameleons (and hummingbirds and bees) can find a place on your dinnerware too.
Add pops of colorful accessories that are stripped down to their essence.
$13 and more
Melamine plates are lightweight, affordable and virtually indestructible.
"The striking size, more than a foot wide, makes it great for parties," says designer Fawn Galli.