August 30, 2019
Let me be honest. My decorating for Valentine’s Day is just an excuse for me to sprinkle a little pink everywhere. And when else can I decorate with heart-shaped adornments? I began decorating for Valentine’s Day shortly after New Year’s. I just kind of tired of all of the Christmas stuff shortly after the holidays this year for some reason. So I thought I would spread the joy to you by inviting you into my home to view all of the pink and happy decorations! Come on in and see my simple Valentine’s Day décor.
Simple Valentine's Day Décor: Flowers
Flowers, flowers, everywhere! Faux flowers, that is. I have a slight (major) addiction to fake flowers. They just brighten up corners and other spaces so easily! Take a look.
I am almost positive the pink bouquet on my kitchen island will remain there until the fall. That one is my favorite.
Simple Valentine's Day Décor: The Mantles
The bowl filler below is actually rubber stamps and heart ornaments!
Simple Valentine's Day Décor: Nicknacks
Wooden signs and trinket dishes are forever present in my home. Like the faux flowers, I just cannot help myself!! I just keep wanting more and more! I try not to place them too near one another to avoid overloading people’s eyes. One or two per room seems to be okay. What are your thoughts on the matter?
At first, I thought the snowmen contradicted the florals, but I kind of like it. I just couldn’t look at another mini evergreen tree any longer. Plus, it is almost spring. Yay!
I got this Alex and Ani Valentine’s Collection bracelet stack after I wrote about the rest of my Alex and Ani collection. Check it out! Your arm could always use more love, right?!
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The trinket dishes came as a nesting trio from Kohl’s. You can shop those and some of my other simple Valentine’s Day décor items below!
That’s what’s up in home décor. I hope you enjoyed my simple Valentine’s Day décor tour! Do you decorate for Valentine’s Day? What’s your go-to shopping destination for home décor? I would love to know! Let’s discuss in the comments below.
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