Find Valentine’s Day decorating tips that will bring love to your home and fire up your romantic side.
Creating a romantic environment for Valentine’s Day is a great way to bring a little heat into your home during the cold winter season.
Most people don’t go all out with their Valentine’s Day decorating projects but by just adding a few touches of love you can go a long way toward creating an exciting atmosphere that breaks up the long cold winter.
Before you begin your Valentine’s Day decorating project, consider who you’ve got in mind and what you’re looking to do. Valentine’s Day isn’t just for lovers, as children and others in the home like to be appreciated and shown love as well.
If you’re decorating for a partner then you’ll want to go a more romantic route while if you’re adding valentine’s day touches for your children you’ll want to be a bit more whimsical.
If you’re adding Valentine’s Day decorations to your home to simply create a new look and feel then there are several different ways you can go, depending on the mood you want to set.
Read more: 400+ Valentine’s Day Quotes
Romantic Valentine’s Day Decorations
#1. Pretty in Pink & Gray: Valentine’s Day Mantel
#2. Valentines Day tree
#3. Valentines Day door display
#4. Valentine’s Day Mantel
#5. We heart paint chips
#6. Valentine’s Day Wreath
#7. Heart wreaths
#8. Flower Vase
#9. Valentine Mantel
#10. Valentine Glitter Votives
#11. Candy Hearts
#12. Foamy hearts or cardboard
#13. Pillows to spruce up your living room
#14. Paper Heart Wreath
#15. Sweatheart candy wreath
#16. Pencil Toppers in a Mason Jar
#17. Old Shutter With LOVE
#18. Twin Heart
#19. Rustic LOVE Reclaimed Wood Valentine Home Decor
#20. Heart blanket DIY
#21. DIY Pallet Love
#22. Book heart art DIY
#23. DIY Valentine Lightbulb
If you’re decorating to bring some romance into your home, then focus traditional gestures of love. Try to add more candles to your home and place them in positions of prominence.
A slew of tapers or tea lights on tables and mantles flicker delightfully and create a sense of cozy comfort. Luxurious red blankets and throw pillows bring a sense of decadence and the softer they are the more fun it is to snuggle up with them.
Flowers serve a similar purpose by bringing an aromatic sense of romance to the home and seem like a luxury in the dead of winter.
If you’re looking for real romantic inspiration, go with a Victorian style as you decorate for Valentine’s day. Small, busy hearts and floral patterns give your home a turn of the century Victorian style. Add sweet little bows and you’ve got a real sense of old fashioned romance. This decorating style is so timeless than you can use it no matter what the season.
Whimsical Valentine’s Day Decorations
#10. Whimsical Valentine Mantel
#11. Valentine Cake
#12. Heart Valentine Wreath
#13. Vintage Whimsical Valentine Wreath
#14. Whimsical Valentine Tablescape
#15. Valentine’s Day Mantel
#16. Mini Love Bunting Wreath
If you’re thinking that adding some Valentine’s decorations to your home might bring a little fun and warmth into the house then its time to get whimsical rather than romantic.
Use Valentine’s Day cards to create garland to stream around the house. If you don’t have any old Valentine’s Day cards to use or if you don’t’ want to buy any, then create ribbons of construction paper hearts to use as garland.
Add more hearts by purchasing conversation hearts in bulk and filling jars throughout the house with these confections. Create a little sparkle by adding twinkle lights in red, white, or pink to your home during this holiday season to set a mood but also bring in a little fun and excitement.
If you’ve got kids, let them help you decorate and come up with their own ideas for whimsical Valentine’s Day decorations. It’s a time for fun and love for everyone in your household.