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Don't be shell-shocked—these eggs are actually made of wood, and the pattern is its natural grain. Even more striking is the new-fashioned palette: warm, vibrant, and truly unexpected for Easter. Display them on a tray, wrap a few in twine, and slip in a fresh bud (they work nicely as individual place settings, too). Or suspend them from expansive flowering branches—these are quince. And here's an extra Good Thing: Make an Egg Drying Rack to prevent the dyed eggs' color from pooling and drying in an uneven fashion.
(Also pictured: Ochre Sable chair, in Quince, ochre.net. Vintage table, dienstanddotter.com. Swedish wooden bird, from $5.50, scandinavian-south.com)
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