Home Decor Ideas to Make You Swoon this Valentine’s Day

When you think of home decor ideas for Valentine’s Day, it doesn’t have to be all hearts and cupids. Here are some ways to add a touch of whimsy and romance to your DFW home on Valentine’s Day and all year long.

When you think of home decor ideas for Valentine’s Day, it doesn’t have to be all hearts and cupids. Here are some ways to add a touch of whimsy and romance to your DFW home on Valentine’s Day and all year long.

Add Fresh Flowers

Red roses are by far the most romantic of blooms, but any flowers will add beauty to your home. Whether you add colorful blossoms to your interior decor or you start a garden (here’s a look at the flowers that grow best in Dallas), flowers are ideal for Valentine’s Day and beyond.

Create Warmth with Candles

If you’re looking for classic home decor ideas, you can never go wrong with candles. From large decorative candles to small tea lights and everything in between, candles have the power to transform a room into a cozy, intimate space. Look for candles in alluring scents such as cinnamon or vanilla to really set the scene this Valentine’s Day. Not a fan of those particular aromas? Check out this list of the top seven most romantic scents.

Embrace Your Artistic Side

If your home could use a new piece of art or two, don’t go the gallery-bought route; make your own. An interesting idea for Valentine’s Day is creating a piece of string art in the shape of heart. If a heart is too frilly for your personal taste, there are many other options to add some whimsy to your walls. Browse through these ideas for some inspiration.

Accent With Jewels

If you’re expecting to receive new baubles and gems this Valentine’s Day, don’t cast aside your old jewelry. You can use old bracelets, earrings, and necklaces as sparkly accents for vases. Simply round up some glass bottles or vases, and use jewelry or glass glue to affix the gems in decorative patterns.

Mix Up Your Color Palette

Whether you gravitate toward delicate pinks and silvers or flashy reds, Valentine’s Day is an ideal time to add a splash of something new to your home decor. You don’t have to go all out with pinks and reds; just a few well-placed items will go a long way toward giving your home a fresh look for Valentine’s Day.

Sometimes the simple things can make all the difference. By incorporating things such as fresh flowers, candles, and hues of pink and red, you’ll be decorating for Valentine’s Day, but you’ll also be giving your home the look of timeless elegance.

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