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How to Decorate for Valentine’s Day

Are you ready to add some color into your winter decor? Decorating for Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to add pops of red into your white winter aesthetic. Adding Valentine’s Day decor doesn’t have to be difficult. Follow these simple tips and show some love to your home!

1. Add a Valentine’s Day Throw Pillow

It doesn’t get much easier than adding some pillows onto a bench, chair or sofa! Another alternative to buying new throw pillows is getting a pillow cover that can just be added over top of one of your current pillows.

2. Seasonal Beverage Bar

Nothing is better than a hot cup of coffee or cocoa during the chilly winter months. Get creative and set up a beverage station! This is a feature in the home that can be switched up for the different seasons.

3. Add In Some Red And Pink

Nothing says Valentine’s Day more than pops of red and pink. Especially when paired with white it doesn’t take much to make the red really pop! You can easily incorporate red through mugs, banners and plates. Adding in just a few items can really transform a space!

4. Valentine’s Day Candies

Using seasonal chocolates and other candy is an inexpensive and tasty way to add some color to your Valentine’s Day decor. Fill your glass containers with wrapped chocolates and place them throughout the home. A pro to decorating with chocolate is that you don’t have to worry about putting it into storage at the end of the season!

5. Valentine’s Day Signs

Wood signs have become a popular way to decorate the home. You can find wooden signs at your local home decor store that can easily be incorporated with items you already have up. They are inexpensive and do not take up much space. Just think about layering the items you already have.

There you have it! Decorating for Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be hard. Show your home some love and incorporate one of these festive decorations this season!