Are you looking for ways to decorate your home for Valentine’s Day? Here are some ideas for adding a hint of Valentine’s inspiration sprinkled in with your cozy winter home decor.
Do you decorate for Valentine’s Day?
I’ve never done much to decorate my house for this romantic February holiday. I live in a beach cottage so when it comes to my home’s mostly blue and green sea-inspired color palette, there’s never been a lot of pink and red decor around.
And then there’s the fact that I’m not an expert DIYer, so creating a Valentine’s Day masterpiece is sadly not in the cards for me.
“Keeping it Cozy” Winter Blog Hop
My friend Amber of Follow the Yellow Brick Home is hosting a “Keeping it Cozy” blog hop with several of my blogging friends. We’re sharing our winter decor inspiration today. You’ll find everyone’s links back to their blog post at the end so make sure to visit these talented ladies.
If you’re coming from my friend Paula of Sweet Pea‘s blog, welcome! Didn’t you just love her winter home tour?
Sweet and Simple Valentine’s Day Decor
The more I see this holiday’s decor ideas from other bloggers, I have become inspired and realized that I could still have fun mixing in Valentine’s Day touches with my already existing winter decor.
The best part was that I didn’t have to go overboard. I could do what feels right in my own home. I’ve just added a touch of pink and red here, and a heart or two there. It can’t get any easier than that, right?
And don’t forget the flowers! LOTS and LOTS of pretty pink and red flowers.
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My Living Room Valentine’s Day Touches Mixed in with Winter Decor
For those of you that saw my Winter Decor Tour a few weeks ago, you’ll see that I basically have kept many of the same winter elements in this room.
Adding a Valentine’s Day Vibe to the Winter Decor
- The bare Christmas trees have been put away and replaced with faux plants and flowers.
- A few rose colored pillows have been added to the neautral palette.
- A heart or two has been added to the winter vignettes in the room.
- A rose colored pitcher with an olive print from Anthropologie replaced some mini bottelbrush trees.
- A fun print that is usually in my office was hung to bring in more of the rose color.
The cream pillows were already here for a cozy winter vibe. I just added some rose-colored pillows to my couch, chairs, and window seat.
I bought this rose-colored pitcher with an olive print from Anthropologie last fall but I am loving the fact that it goes so well with the other touches of Valentine’s Day decor.
I won’t even tell you how many I bought.
SHOP FAUX PLANTS
I’m loving this Target pillow.
Roses and Valentine’s Day Go Hand in Hand
When you think of Valentine’s Day, how can you NOT think of roses?
These gorgeous roses are the perfect color combination. I tend to choose soft pink tones over reds when it comes to decorating for Valentine’s Day.
Decorating my Bedroom for Valentine’s Day
My bedroom was fun to decorate with rose print pillowcases next to the vase of roses.
Adding candlelight makes the space even more beautiful.
I found the LOVE sign in LaConner, WA. many years ago. Unfortunately, the store has gone out of business since I was there last.
A Valentine’s Day Tablescape
Our kitchen table is a focal point in both the kitchen and the living room so I always try to create a tablescape for each holiday.
For last Valentine’s Day, I went to a floral shop to get a mixture of roses, stock, and eucalyptus for the centerpiece. The tulips came from the grocery store.
To see the entire Valentine’s Day tablescape blog post, click HERE.
Next up on our cozy winter blog hop is my good friend Kristin of White Arrows Home. If you haven’t already visited Kristin’s stunning log cabin then you are in for a treat. Nothing says cozy than her home in the winter.
Make sure you visit all the winter decor blogs below by clicking their picture.
For my Valentine’s Day decor favorites being offered online, click HERE.
Did you get any new ideas about adding hints of Valentine’s Day to your winter decor? How do you decorate for this romantic holiday? Leave me a comment below.
Until next time,