6 Valentine’s Day Decorations to Spice Up Your Home

We Heart These Red HotValentine’s Day Decor Ideas from Hometalk

Dressing your home up for Valentine’s Day isn’t only about creating the right decor, it’s about creating the right mood! If there’s one thing that spa and hotel owners know better than anyone else, it’s that creating the right tone depends on how you choose to decorate. Turn your house into a romantic getaway, with these quick decoration DIY’s provided by Hometalk bloggers.

XO Pillows

DIY Valentine XO Pillow

Image: Hometalker Adina/ Simply Country Life 

Make pillows even cozier, with DIY pillow cases that encourage some V-Day sofa cuddling. With just a few pieces of fabric and a couple moments of stitching, you’ll have eye-catching decor that’s almost too sweet to snuggle into.

DIY Valentine’s Day Dinner Table

 Image: Hometalker Megan/ Rhapsody in Rooms

 

The key to the perfect holiday table is always the centerpiece, and Valentine’s Day is no different. Create your own budget, easy centerpiece using a DIY chalkboard table runner, some rose petals, and a few sweet sentiments.

3D Vday Letters

Image: Hometalker Shanna/ Restoration Redoux

Spray painted cardboard letters provide the perfect pop of pretty for a Valentine’s Day mantel, and you can personalize your message by spelling out sweet words, or by writing out you and your SO’s names.

Pom Pom Wreath

 Image: Hometalker Melissa/ Two It Yourself

 Use all your favorite yarn colors, to make a simple pom pom yarn wreath for your door or mantel. Though this quick craft won’t take too much time from your date-planning or gift-hunting, it will turn your home exterior into cupid’s clubhouse.

DIY Marquee

DIY Light Marquee

 Image: Hometalker Kelsey/ Poofy Cheeks

 People always say that love makes everything seem brighter. With this DIY heart marquee, you can take that literally, and add some sparks to your usual home decor. Think of this as a fresh alternative to illuminate candlelit dinner!

Alternative Colors Vday Table

 Image: Hometalker Dawn/ Creative Cain Cabin

 If you’re looking to surprise your SO or favorite couples friends with something a little different this year, try an alternative Valentine’s Day color scheme. Go modern and bright, with a non-traditional palette, like this mint and yellow table!

For more Valentine’s Day decoration ideas, take a look at Hometalk’s Valentine’s Day Ideas topic page!

Lindsay is the the Director of Media Engagement for Coldwell Banker Real Estate and manages the brand’s media and social media department. She is also a licensed real estate professional. In 2017 & 2018, she was named a top 20 social influencer in the real estate industry in the annual Swanepoel 200 power rankings.

Lindsay lives in Livingston, NJ with her college sweetheart and now husband Joe and rwelcomed another Joe into her life as she became a mom in June 2016.

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