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Our Top 3 Easter Kitchens

We’ve shortlisted 3 of our favourite Wrenovation projects that capture the importance of creating a warm and inviting atmosphere, inspiring us with vibrant colours, soft textures and the ability to think outside the box.

Spring is closely in bloom and Easter is just around the corner, bringing the promise of warmer weather and blooming flowers in its path. We can’t think of a better way to celebrate this season of rebirth and renewal than by revamping the kitchen for the upcoming Easter festivities and munching on Cadbury Mini Eggs in the process.

It’s time to gather your loved ones and get ready to create some magical memories in the heart of your home. From preparing traditional Easter dishes to decorating colourful eggs, this communal space in the heart of your home plays a vital role in bringing everyone together. That being said, why not give it a fresh and exciting makeover?

Zoe’s Wrenovation

Shrewsbury | Designed by: Inderjit Hunjan

Easter is all about bright, cheerful hues that represent new beginnings and growth. Think pastel pinks, yellows, greens, and blues. These colours will not only add a pop of freshness to your space but also evoke feelings of happiness and positivity. Interior influencer Zoe incorporated vibrant blue cabinetry and playful pink tiles to create a Springtime haven in her home. Seamlessly paired with eccentric decor and bold, floral patterns in this Maximalists playground, Zoe’s Wrenovation pulls everything we love about the celebration together.

Read more about Zoe’s Wrenovation project here.

Laura’s Wrenovation

Ashton-under-Lyne | Designed by: Daryl Bratt

Embracing all the original features of her Grade II listed home, including the exposed wooden beams and gorgeous iron fireplace, Laura has incorporated Easter through soft hues and pops of colour and decorations. No Easter decor is complete without some adorable bunny accents and let’s not forget about the iconic Easter basket – a staple in every Easter kitchen. Fill yours will goodies, flowers, or even mini Easter eggs for a charming touch.

Read more about Laura’s Wrenovation project here.

Jack and Jess’ Wrenovation

Huddersfield | Designed by: Andrew Falkingham

Wrenovators Jack and Jess chose our Shaker Classic style to create a traditional style kitchen in their 1930’s Yorkshire home. Incorporating a soft-tone of Sage Green in a matt finish to create a relaxed, fresh look, this kitchens Solid Oak worktop adds a touch of warmth and coziness to the space, helping bring the outside in. To incorporate the Easter celebration in this pastel, Springtime kitchen, Jack and Jess used the variety of seasonal flowers available to create a stunning worktop centrepiece whilst scattering them around their home for a burst of colour.

Read more about Jack and Jess’ Wrenovation project here.

Let’s make this Easter truly special by infusing out kitchen with love, fun and creativity. And don’t forget to share your Easter Kitchens with us on social media. We can’t wait to see! 💛

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