This year I declare that I am not doing any decorating for Valentine’s Day (other than bring out the pillows that I made last year). It’s not because I’m being unromantic or want to skip this lovely Holiday, but for some reason, I feel that I’m still getting my house in order from Christmas. So instead of redecorating once again, I’m standing my ground and keeping everything the way it is.
BUT I wouldn’t dare deprive or disappoint my readers of some Vday lovin’, so let’s check out how others have decked out their interior decor for the upcoming romantic day!
Love the red and white gingham tablecloth – it looks like a big Smuckers Jelly jar. The different colored and style chairs sitting around the table make a cute and whimsical setting ready for kids to jump in and have fun! Head over to The McClenahans to see the rest of the space – it’s adorable.
What an adorable and cheery vignette decorated for Love Day! The bird silhouettes create a cute piece of art and something that can truly be left up all year round to add a burst of color. Via BHG
You can’t have Vday without a little chocolate. I’m trying to lose a few pounds, so that’s why I thought these pretzels dipped in a wee bit of chocolate would be best to share. And they look so colorful and yummy!
How adorable is this buffet decorated by my bloggy bud, Kim of Sand & Sisal! Complete with roses, delicious treats, and a bottle of wine – how much better can Valentine’s get?!
How perfect is this votive candle holder wrapped with love! Jo of Smile Monsters is always creating such cute accessories, and this holder is perfect for the lovely holiday.
What a beautiful and romantic way to wake up in the morning. From the walls to the bed, I am in love with this distressed and old-worn space. The handmade heart banner is so charming on the headboard and the pop of the red velvet pillow brings this space together and makes it complete! Via BHG
Glass jars or mason jars like these that Jen of Tatertots and Jello used, are always great to save and upcycle to create something new. Jen’s mantel turned out so beautiful and I love the way she transformed her old mason jars with glitter.
This a romantic space to celebrate Valentine’s Day, but in an understated way which could be lived in throughout the year. The vibrant red hues are daring and unexpected but in a pleasant and enjoyable way.
Even though I’m being blah this year, my front door and mantel from last year was really cute if you want to take a peak and be inspired!Valentine Mantel
Have you decorated for Valentine’s Day? If not yet, do you plan to decorate? Or are you a Vday “hum bug” like me – hehe?