You may be taking a break from hunting for chocolate eggs or trying to remember where you hid them for the children before the dog gets them. So check out my original post on Easter Inspired Decor. It proved to be so popular with homeowners seeking some curves in their decor, that I found some more inspiration for you.

It is rather surprising just how often the organic egg shape appears around the house and garden. So where I showed you lots of Arne Jacobsen chairs and Noguchi coffee tables before, now we have a look at some different ways for more Easter Inspired Decor.

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And if you love the towels featured above, then check out the new Aura collection for winter which features cool graphic prints in neon shades mixed with black, cream, grey and mint. DELICIOUS!

So here is even more Easter inspired decor to give you lots of inspiration to add curves almost anywhere in your home.

Do you like egg shapes? Have you added them to your home? What did you do? Are you ready for Easter this year? Pop over to the Gift Ideas page for delightful Villeroy & Boch decorations and tableware.

For more articles, see Easter Inspired Decor, Things of Stone & Wood, Luxury Winter Textiles, and 150 million year old surfaces.

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