Twelve Entertaining Accessories for Easter

Enliven your Easter gathering with these home accessories that offer blooms, bunnies and bright spring color. 

By Sarah Virginia White
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Cardboard Bunny

This birch rabbit card comes flat-packed and ready to assemble from A+R, $19.  

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Duck Timer

Which came first, the bird or the egg? Never overcook another breakfast with the whimsical duck timer from Alessi, designed by Eero Aarnio. 

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Rabbit Pillow

This squee-worthy fauna cushion shaped like a bunny, $104 from All Modern, is almost as good as the real thing. 

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Ceramic Egg Holder

This kitchen-counter ready accessory comes from green-design guru Danny Seo, $8.  

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Floral Tray

Bring some bloom to your breakfast with this new springtime tray from Oscar de la Renta, $795 from Bloomingdales.


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Egg Bowls

These pastel plastes and bowls are embossed and come in cheerful egg shapes, $29 for set of four from Pottery Barn


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Spring Throw

Sunny spring days still have chilly evenings, so grab this lightweight alpaca throw by Rosemary Hallgarten, which is inspired by the paintings of Mark Rothko. $780 from DeSousa Hughes


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Egg Basket

Woven from repurposed plastic pallet straps, the colorful Mercado baskets from Serena & Lily, $48 for two, also feature a split bamboo rim. 

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Salt and Pepper Shakers

Shake an egg over your holiday frittata with these adorable speckled salt-and-pepper shakers, $15 from Williams-Sonoma

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Glass Bunny

This is going on the table for my next Mad Hatter's tea party. Pick up this Kosta Boda rabbit sculpture at Bloomingdales for $195. 

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Babe Bank

Don't even think about an Easter ham when this cute little porker is around. Snag this Areaware piggybank in pale pink chrome for $200. 

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Carrot Box

This carrot-shaped box is a no-brainer for Easter party favors (as if the candy isn't enough). $4 from Paper Source

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