Valentine’s Day Decor That Can Lead Into Spring


Happy Valentine’s Day. Some people look forward to this day, while others see it as just another day. There’s nothing better than using a holiday as an excuse to redecorate your home. Here a few tips on decorating your home for Valentine’s Day, that can lead to an early start to Spring decorating.

Walls Need Love Too

Photo: Katie Kime 

Painting is always a great idea! Whether you have the artistic talent to paint (or not), this is a simple inexpensive way of adding décor to your home.  Be inspired by Valentine’s Day, incorporate pink hues and pastels.  These colors are great because it leads into Spring décor. Don’t over think it, just go for it- with a glass of wine.

Floral Arrangement

Mason jar floral arrangements are simple and beautiful. They are just right for Valentine’s day and they’re definitely Spring décor. You can paint your mason Jar or leave it in its original form. Either way the end result is beautiful. Also a perfect item for your coffee table.

I’m Blushing

Pink is definitely on the rise. Creating a sophisticated chic look in your home without it feeling like Barbie’s playhouse or a little girl’s room can be slightly difficult. The trick is to incorporate hints of pink in the blush tones or dusty rose tones. Being subtle is key, you don’t want to go overboard. A great way to incorporate subtle tones of pink is with curtains. Light sheers in a blush pink would be the right amount of pink to add to your space.


Sweets and Champagne

If you’re thinking about hosting a Galentine’s Day, this one is for you. Creating a dessert corner is fun and easy. You can go all out or keep it simple. Target is the best place for decorations. You can choose the crafty path and bake your own cupcakes or order a dozen from your favorite bakery. Most importantly don’t forget the champagne!


This post was written by home contributor Ashley Danielle of Darling Be Chic

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