Valentine Decorating Ideas

Some people have a way of making you feel welcome and happy to be at their house.  Decorating can help us do this too.  Here are some ideas to help you feel inspired to use this holiday of Valentines to welcome and inspire yourself and others who enter your home.  These are pictures of a friend's home where her little touches of red here and there and her wonderful personality made my heart happy as I walked through her door.  Come take a tour with me and get some decorating ideas.
If you have a place to display a collection of cute holiday pillows you could send a sweet feeling with their messages like these two pillows do here.

Little plaques with their sayings are a fun way to share your love.
 A nice mantel vignette with it's plaque and "loves me" vase gives a little bit of color there.

A mini bookshelf holds more red loveliness.
An easy display is to wrap those red Christmas candles with heart-tied ribbons.
Another mantel idea.
 And below the mantel.

I loved how these silver pitchers were made into lovely display items.

And I loved how she turned her pot rack into a Heart rack!
 I hope you are inspired to share your love in your home this year through little touches of Red!


Michelle said...

It all looks great! I love the hearts on the pot rack- I wish I had one!

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

I really should look for the few Valentine things I have...hmm, wonder what box they are in?


Marie said...

Jean, I just ♥ all your Valentines Day decorations! They are so sweet! You have a wonderful touch for decorating! Can you believe it's been a year since we met in person? I know, it's gone rather quickly, but it is a memory I truly cherish! xxoo

Beth at Aunties said...

These are so cute!!! I have been lacking this year is filling our home with lots of love action.
Thanks for sharing these wonderful ideas! ~♥

Rhonda said...

Love all the red to help celebrate love! I love the heart below the mantel that is so cool!

Delightful Dwelling said...

I love the hearts on the pot rack, so cute! Those silver pitchers are just gorgeous too.