Looking for Valentine’s Day Home Decorating Ideas? Sweeten up your house this Valentine’s Day with these lovely decor ideas for your mantel and throughout your home!
Thank you to Fred Meyer for sponsoring this post. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own.
Valentine’s Day Home Decorating Ideas
The Christmas decorations are snuggly packed away. It’s time for red, pink, and white decor along with hearts and arrows to make their appearance. So, if you’re looking for some Valentine’s Day Home Decorating Ideas, you’ve come to the right place!
While I love Valentine’s Day for its sweet sentiment, I prefer to keep my decorations simple with pops of color around the house, which totally brightens up gray winter days! Come along as I show you how to create a festive home for Valentine’s Day without going overboard with cutesy decorations.
Since it’s a focal point in our home, it’s fun to start with our mantel. Switching it out for the season or current holiday brings a festive feel to the room.
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Valentine’s Day Mantel
When decorating a mantel, I find it easiest to start with a blank canvas.
Here, that’s just the bare mantel with a rectangular mirror as the focal point. I take everything off the mantel besides that one piece. You can use whatever you have as a focal point – a shutter, a picture, or a mirror – as long as it has enough presence to be the focal point. Whatever works in your space and goes with your theme is perfect!
From this point, you can go in any direction depending on what you like and what you can add from around your home. The “You Are Loved” handwritten font sign on my mantel adds a pop of whimsy and color. It was a great find at Fred Meyer! The sign is so cute; it could totally be used year-round.
It’s important to add items with varying heights, textures and shapes to your mantel to make it all come together. If possible, create a triangle using your focal point as the tip at the top of the triangle and decorating out from there.
Flowers, an ampersand, candles, and some farmhouse buckets filled with red roses complete the sweet look.
Around the House
Unlike Christmas, which takes over just about every room in our house, Valentine’s Day decor is better lightly sprinkled throughout the house. My tiered tray is the perfect way to incorporate Valentine’s Day in the family room. The kids have a hard time keeping their hands out of the candy jar, though!
The kitchen is another place that Valentine’s Day decor is a perfect fit. I can’t wait to serve some Valentine’s Day treats in these adorable bowls! (they kind of work as decorations too because they’re so stinkin’ cute) 🙂
Pillows! I may have a teeny addiction to pretty accent pillows, so this “LOVE” pillow was screaming my name as I passed the home decor section at Fred Meyer! How adorable, don’t ya think?
My farmhouse ladder was the perfect place to hang my “XOXO” tea towel. It brings a little pop of red to the other side of the family room and ties everything together.
This L-O-V-E tabletop sign could really go anywhere in your home. I love that it’s neutral but still says Valentine’s Day.
Shopping for Valentine’s Day Decor
If there was ever a place you could go and get everything you need in one trip, it’s Fred Meyer. They have wonderful seasonal gifts and decorations for holidays like Valentine’s Day, but they also have all your groceries, school supplies, clothes, and more! Since time is a precious commodity these days, I appreciate the ease and convenience of one-stop shopping.
Valentine’s Day Decoration Ideas
There are a few items that really make Valentine’s Day decor super sweet:
Flowers (faux or real)
Lettered signs (LOVE or XOXO)
Jars and bowls with candy
Kitchen items – dish or tea towels, mugs, cups
Valentine’s Day Home Decorating Ideas Around the House
Pops of red and pink and Valentine’s Day decor go a long way. Try decorating a few areas in your home to create a pretty house inspired by love!
Grab your shopping list and head to Fred Meyer to pick out your Valentine’s Day flowers and decorations – and do all your weekly shopping in one trip!
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