Valentine’s Day Home Decor

Everyone thinks Valentine’s Day is all about the goodies, gifts, and dinners out but I think it can be enjoyed a lot longer than one day a year. Why not decorate your house for the month of L-O-V-E! Or style your mantelpiece for the special occasion. Either way, there are thousands of Valentine’s Day home decor ideas out there. I have come across a few I fell in love with and had to share. 

Valentine’s Day Garlands

A garland is perfect for the mantelpiece or hanging on the hallway wall. Bring that little spice of craft and love into your home decor. It’s a bonus if you like to do crafty things too, because then you can make one yourself. Get the kids involved and make it one of your Valentine’s activities! I love a garland as part of my Valentine’s Day decorations because they don’t take up a lot of storage space when they’re not in use, and you can hang them in a different place every year – meaning it always looks fresh and new.

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Valentine's Day Home Decor Interiors

Be Mine Garland

Mantlepiece Decorations

This mantelpiece decor could be used from February right through the summer. It’s got Valentine’s Day, Spring, Mother’s Day and Summer feel to it all wrapped into one. I love that it adds a pop of colour, and it is so easy to find artificial flowers these days that you can use over and over again. Charity shops and carboot sales are a great place to look for those unique little vases as well.

Valentine's Day Home Decor Interiors

Same goes for this stylish LOVE mantelpiece inspiration. I love the decor on this and style. It really could be a permanent style for your home. It’s very shabby chic. I love the vintage feel about it too. I have never been one for bold reds for Valentine’s day it’s more about the pinks and whites for me even when it comes to roses!!!

Valentine's Day Home Decor Interiors

Small Valentine’s Day Accessories

What’s not to love about these gorgeous Valentine’s Day home decor ideas here? I am crushing on these penguin cushions and initials. If you follow my blog you will know my slight obsession with food photography. How exciting would it be to have a personalized cheese board upon my counters? I know I would be excited, but might not be your thing. Either way, you have to admit how funny these Valentine’s Day pillows are for my side and your side! Brilliant idea! 

Valentine's Day Home Decor Interiors

Monochrome Valentines Decorations

Last but not least in the slightest, I leave you with this stunner, monochrome LOVE decor. I could have this in my house all year round. I think when we move my next house I want all black and white. Monochrome is very in and with a splash of any accent color you can pull it off in so many different ways. I love the gold here it makes it feel so romantic.

A black and white striped upholstered bench, with 3 cushions on it in black, white and gold. A monochrome print with "Love" written on it and a black heart hangs on the wall above the bench.

Monochrome Decor

Do you decorate your house for Valentine’s Day or for February? What sort of decorations do you like to put up for the big day? Or are you a mantelpiece decorator? The one that has it blinged out on every holiday? I would love to know more, leave a comment below. Β Or tweet or instagram me a photo! Come follow my Valentine’s Day board for more V-day inspiration!Β 

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83 thoughts on “Valentine’s Day Home Decor”

  1. Although I am single this year, I love the Love mantlepiece ideas as will work just as well for the love in the house between parents and children πŸ™‚

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    • Of course it would. No one says you have to be coupled to celebrate Valentines Day. My mother was a single mother when we were growing up and she used to get us treats and us her treats so don’t have to have a partner per say. Celebrating love is enough. πŸ˜‰

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  2. Grace says – these look really pretty. I think the pillows look really fun.
    Lucas says – UURRRGGHHH! Soppy but I suppose Valentines Day gives me a better chance of stealing some kisses in the playground!! he he #sharewithme

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  3. Absolutely love this feature, Jenny! Hard to choose, but the mantlepiece with the gorgeous pale pink roses has to be my favourite. I’m like you, I much prefer pink to the classic red rose. Really lovely ideas here, will have to whack a Valentines vignette together later now! (Which I will heartily enjoy!). By the way, I don’t get the #sharewithme tweet any more, hope I am not in the bad books? πŸ™‚ I am always happy to be reminded and RT. Love Jess xxx

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    • OH that is so sweet of you. I had a bunch complaining about the tweets so I stopped. But will tweet you for sure so grateful for your support. Thanks I love a good vignette can’t wait to see what you come up with. It’s such a great month to decorate for. I love the idea of changing a mantelpiece each month to find the season.

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    • So true. Always nice to bring some color to those gloomy winter months. lol I only wish I could change my mantelpiece every month to fit the holidays and seasons.

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  4. I like the idea of decorating the home seasonally. Usually the only time of the year we make serious changes is at Christmas, but Easter seems to be creeping in a lot more nowadays and Hallowe’en too. x

    #sharewithme

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    • Oh yes I say go all out each month for everything. hahaha I love celebrating things and decorating is celebrating. lol If only I could offer to change the mantelpiece every month now. hahaaha Thank you pinterest.

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  5. All of these are lovely, but the flowers & kisses mantelpiece is just gorgeous! It would definitely look nice at other times of the year too, and I can imagine it being a lot of fun to set up. If only I had the time (and a less destructive-sorry-interested child)!!

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    • Ya we had a little of that in our house so I go the shabby chic dining room and he got the modern living room. Compromise. hahaha I stay in my room tho and he stays in his. haahah The children mess them both up everyday though. lol

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  6. The Flowers and kisses mantlepiece is absolutely delightful! My children would find a way to destroy it so I will have to save that idea until they leave for college. Well worth pinning!

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    • Thanks for pinning it and yes me too on the kids leaving for college first. There is so much I want to do in our house after they leave. Hahaha it’s not child proof now and things get broke daily. Lol

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  7. I alway love reading your home decor ideas, I mean your pad looks amazingly chic all the time.. Mine, however, doesn’t! Ha ha so taking a LOVE theme to it, may cause havoc – I mean I need to hoover first. And hubby and I think romance is a quick cuddle and Game of Thrones on box set πŸ™‚

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    • Hey there is nothing wrong with cuddling and box set we are partial ourselves for sure. Alot of my home decor hun are wishlist and future add ons it’s not all my home I WISH! lol Just helping other be inspire by designs I love myself. I have so much I want to do to my home too. Vacuuming isn’t one of them. hahaha

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    • Thank you so much Megan. I used to want to be an interior decorator. I could do any style all day long. I like moving just to redecorate everything. lol Sad but true.

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  8. Great idea. I decided to have flowers on the table In the kitchen for the month and in the living room. It’s rare in our house but it makes the house look so much nicer.

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  9. How gorgeous! I’ve never decorated for valentines before, but being that I’m at home this year I think I might take some inspiration from these! Funnily enough I was just looking on Pinterest for cake ideas before I saw yours too!! x

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    • I would love an entire house of monochrome someday but then I love all greys and whites too. It’s hard to have a passion for so many styles my house isn’t one or the other but hundreds of different styles hahaha

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  10. i have hearts all over my house all year round! I love them. I fell in love with hearts when I got married and kept all the decor! It’s Valentine’s Day all year round in our house! Love the you’ve posted!
    Emma x

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  11. Love the mantelpiece decor. We don’t celebrate Valentine’s day anymore ,although the OH wasn’t keen on it in the first place. So there’s no way we’d decorate the house. But we’re a bit slack on decorating anyway in our house, let alone for anything seasonal.

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  12. oo I love those Mantelpiece Initials! They could be kept up all year round too. I am hoping to do some love themed crafts with the kids over the half term and decorate the house a little that way πŸ˜€

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    • That’s fantastic. I really need to do more crafts with the kids but think they are still just a little too young to comprehend glue and scissors not in their mouths. lol

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  13. This all looks so lovely. Reminds me of when I was a teenager and my best friends mum used to decorate the house for valentines. She would offer love hearts to anyone who came to the door (much to my friend’s embarrassment at the time!) #sharewithme

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    • Oh that is a brilliant idea. I love that. I may have to adopt that but I am sure my husband would be mortified and possibly the only person ever to come to my door is post office man. lol He might get the wrong idea. lol hahaha

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  14. All fabulous ideas. I adore the mantelpiece inspiration and love the idea that this will see you through to summer as I’m longing for warmer weather already!

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    • Me too. If I could do my house in all white and grey and monochrome I would be so happy. Hahaha I used to be drawn to vibrant Colors but I soon tire of them now. Lol

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