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6 Decor Ideas to Show Your Home Some Love this Valentine’s Day

Are you looking for home decor ideas for Valentine’s Day this year? In this post, I’ll show you how to incorporate Valentine’s Day home decor into your winter seasonal spaces. From subtle accents to bold splashes of color, it’s easy to show your home some love this time of year.

I’ve never gone all out when it comes to decorating our home for Valentine’s Day. But I do love bringing in a pop of color along with some beautiful blooms to give my home a little love for this February 14th holiday.

For me, it’s all about “quick and easy” decorating and I’m going to show you 6 Valentine’s Day decor ideas that are just that.

Valentine's Day decor ideas: pink and cream roses in galvanized bucket for Valentine's Day

My friend Pasha at Pasha is Home is hosting a “Valentine’s Day Inspiration” blog hop to give you the very best ideas from 15 different bloggers.

If you’re coming over here from Pasha’s blog, welcome. Didn’t you love her simple AND pretty Valentine’s Day decor ideas? She is a woman after my own heart!

Be sure to read to the end to see the other blogger’s inspired Valentine’s Day ideas.

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Valentine's Day decor ideas: flower arrangement in bedroom for Valentine's Day

Add Fabulous Flowers to Your Home for Valentine’s Day

Bringing flowers into your home, whether they are fresh or faux, is a simple way to decorate for Valentine’s Day.

It can be a challenge to find fresh flowers in your garden or outdoor spaces this time of year. There are still several options for you though.

  • Buy a bouquet from your local florist or grocery store.
  • Use realistic faux flowers for your floral arrangements.
  • Bring home a potted flowering plant.
pink and cream roses in patina vintage pump

Choose flowers with shades of red, pink, and/ or white. Add different types of foliage to add texture and contrast to your arrangement.

Anything goes when it comes to using vases and containers. I have used the following to display flowers in my home.

  • vintage pieces
  • colorful options
  • unique shapes and sizes
  • a mason jar to keep it simple.

Valentine's Day tablescape

Create a Pink and Red Valentine’s Day Tablescape

Creating a pink and red Valentine’s Day tablescape is a great way to celebrate this romantic holiday.

Start with a floral centerpiece followed by a few simple decorations such as candles, baked goodies, and red, pink, or white linens.

Valentine's Day tablescape

I went with a simple approach using white plates, red glasses, and gold flatware. Adding a faux white chocolate-covered strawberry to each place setting gave my dining room table a festive touch.

You could also add any Valentine’s Day decorations with a heart shape or a heart garland as well,

Valentine's Day decor ideas: pink cupcakes decorated for Valentine's Day

Show Off Your Valentine’s Desserts and Treats

Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to show some extra love in the kitchen!

Decorating with baked goods and treats is a fun way to celebrate the holiday. Start by baking some heart-shaped cookies and cupcakes in festive colors.

Valentine's Day decor ideas: white chocolate covered strawberries in glass cloche

Place your sweet treats like these white chocolate-covered strawberries, in glass jars or cloches on the kitchen counter to create a beautiful Valentine’s Day display. Add some red and pink macarons or meringues arranged on a tiered cake stand.

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glass cloche decorated for Valentine's Day

Decorate With Glass Cloches and Canisters

Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to add a little love to your home decor. Glass cloches and jars are a great way to create a whimsical and romantic vibe.

Whether you choose to fill them with heart-shaped trinkets, faux flowers, or red and white teacups, they are a great way to add a touch of charm to any room.

Valentine's Day decor ideas: red transferware displayed in glass cloche

Fill them with rose petals, heart-shaped confetti, or battery-operated candles to create special Valentine’s Day home decor that is sure to impress.

romantic bedroom decorated for Valentine's Day

Create a Romantic Bedroom for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to create a romantic bedroom.

Romantic bedroom ideas can be so easy to incorporate. To start, choose a color palette with red and/or pink. I used pink as my Valentine color in this space.

Wall art like this “LOVE” sign is the perfect statement piece.

Valentine's Day decor ideas: pink roses and candles

Add some romantic touches like roses, rose petals, and candles around the room.

You could also hang some twinkling lights around the room to add a cozy atmosphere for Valentine’s Day.

pink and white decorative pillows for Valentine's Day

Mix in Decorative Accessories With Valentine’s Day Colors

Spruce up your home for Valentine’s Day by adding some festive decor items.

To get the most out of your Valentine’s Day decor, try mixing in some home accessories with festive colors like red, pink, and/or white.

Valentine's Day decor ideas: pink pitcher with white berries

Choose accessories like throws, pillows, and vases in these colors to add a pop of color to your home. You can also display garlands, floral wreaths, and banners to give your decor that Valentine’s Day feel.

Next up on our blog hop is Leen at Sand Dollar Lane with more inspired Valentine’s Day ideas for you. Be sure to pay a visit to all the other blogs as well. The links are listed below.

Let me know how you decorate for Valentine’s Day by leaving a comment below. Thank you for being here.

Until next time,

Happy Valentine’s Day!

More Valentine’s and Galentine’s Inspiration

How to Keep Your Valentines Day Decor Simple yet Pretty // Pasha is Home

5 Decor Ideas to Show Your Home Some Love this Valentine’s Day // Shiplap and Shells

At Home Valentines Ideas // Sand Dollar Lane

Cozy Valentine Bedroom Ideas // The Pond’s Farmhouse

How To Set A Beautiful Valentine’s Day Table Setting // White Lilac Farmhouse

Shades of Pink Valentine’s Home Tour // Willow Bloom Home Blog

Romantic Antique Table Setting with Thoughtful Design // Dabbling and Decorating

Beautiful Valentine’s Decor Inspiration // White Arrows Home

Heart Shaped Tea Bags DIY // Paint Me Pink

How to Make Easy DIY Valentine’s Tree Ornaments // Simply 2 Moms

How to Create an Updated Vintage Look For a Delightful Centerpiece // County Road 407

How to Make an Easy Valentine’s Garland // Cottage in the Mitten

Cocktails for Galentine’s Day // A Life Unfolding

Handwritten Valentine’s Day Love Letter // My Sweet Savannah

Last Minute Valentine’s Day Gifts // Southern Crush at Home

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  1. Kim, I love all your Valentine’s Day decor. I especially love the cloche with the transferware tea cups. You always share such pretty views! ❤️ Happy Valentine’s Day, friend!

  2. Kim — Everything looks so pretty! I especially love the creative cloche display with the red and white tea cups and the scrabble letters! So cute!

  3. You had me with the fresh flowers! Everything is so lovely! I pinned for later. xo, Libbie

  4. Oh My Goodness my friend! I love everything you shared here ~ especially the cloche with the teacups! You’re so creative my friend! Thank you so much for sharing your talents ~ you’re amazing!

  5. Kim, your Valentine’s Day decorations are so pretty. I am really crushing on the LOVE sign in your room. I think I would leave that up year round, it’s so cute!

    1. Thank you, Eileen! I have actually left the love sign up year-round for several years and now taking a break for a bit. But I do love it! Happy Valentine’s Day!

  6. Kim your table is just stunning and all your home details always speak to me. Good luck with your knee surgery coming up. Yikes!

    1. Thank you, Ann! I really appreciate it. I don’t think I’m going to be my best on Valentine’s Day this year after surgery but I think we may be celebrating early.

  7. Kim, your home is beautiful. I am totally in love with the green vintage bucket. It is so stunning with the flowers in it.

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