Show your Valentine’s spirit in your home decor with hints of pink and red – and sweetly-styled love notes.

Celebrate in Writing


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Whether you’re spending Valentine’s Day with your S.O. or your BFF, you can’t go the day without toasting a glass (or two) to the one you love most. Nothing makes it easier to celebrate in style than with the written word – and a super-chic pillow or decorative sign on which to display it.

Keep it neutral: Whether you’re setting up the bedroom or living room, subtle neutrals go a long way. Let the words do the talking and keep the colors simple for a sweet ambiance.

Made Me Blush

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Valentine’s Day decor is all about setting the mood; for a flirty, feminine touch, make your walls, furniture and floors “blush” with pale pink wall art, pillows and rugs.

Add some ‘dust’: If pale pink feels too youthful, go a shade darker for a more sophisticated look; dusty pink brings just the right amount of ‘sweetness’ to Valentine’s décor – while remaining versatile enough for elegance year-round.

Fall in Love with Vintage


Nothing says ‘vintage decor’ like galvanized metal canisters, and nothing says ‘romance’ like flowers. This Valentine’s Day, pare down on the frills and get back to basics with organic colors and distressed finishes – and add in a fresh bouquet for a sweet touch.

Freshen Up: Fresh florals aren’t just good for color – they also breathe new life, literally, to spaces that need some sprucing up.

Turn Up the Heat

Go bold with your Valentine’s decor with red and hot pink – choose jewel tones like ruby for moody elegance – or turn up the heat by sticking to bright red or pink with warmer undertones, such as orange-red or coral

Cozy Colors: For red to pop, you need to choose coordinating colors carefully. A base of woodsy neutrals provides a clean canvas to make this Valentine’s Day hue shine.