Farmhouse Valentine’s Day Décor
Who doesn’t adore Valentine’s Day? It’s a sweet holiday to show the ones you love how much you care. Plus, it’s a great excuse to spruce up a winter home with rejuvenating florals and a dusting of pink and red pastels. We’ve gathered a bounty of Valentine’s Day décor inspiration. Check out these ten ways to love your farmhouse this Valentine’s Day!
The pages adorning this entryway work all year long, but look especially romantic in February! Perhaps they come from a classic romance novel? Pride and Prejudice perhaps? Check out the Valentine’s Day décor house tour at Our Clover House.
A Romantic Dinner at Home
Let there be light! Set the table in a space with natural lighting. With the help of the chandelier’s reflective pieces, this romantic tablescape adds even more sparkle to a Valentine’s dinner for two. Plus, check out the vintage shabby chic French chairs and bare log used in the table’s centerpiece! Discover this how-to Valentine’s Day décor at Hallstrom Home.
Create a visual statement with a bundle of collectibles like these Valentine’s Day décor gnomes, stamped book collections and farmhouse red trucks. Cycling in seasonal favorites makes for a wonderful farmhouse display that could last all February. Check out the complete tour at Simple Made Pretty.
Sometimes just adding a few pieces with a hint of Valentine’s Day décor can make a major impact. This mantelpiece’s décor would look great on its own, but a few pops of pink—with the pink tassel garland—inject instant romance. The light up houses are leftover from Christmas, perhaps along with the sign, “Home is where the heart is.” Get the full tour at Life Is A Party.
Still holding a candle for Christmas? We understand. Blink and you’ll miss this strand of white paper hearts spread across antique novels and evergreen boughs. Beauty for Ashes demonstrates how to transition the home from winter to Valentine’s with this simple piece. Image courtesy of @graceful_interiors.
Dress up a bare wood farmhouse table with boughs of silver dollar eucalyptus and gorgeous roses. We also like Fancy Fix Décor’s nod to fresh greenery on the shelf. Adding bursts of florals to an existing collection is timesaving, not to mention sweet for Valentine’s Day nights in!
Utilize open kitchen cabinetry by pulling in sweet blooms like these red tulips from the garden. The result will look fresh and perk up any winter space out of hibernation. Hang a garland of hearts for good measure! Find the look at Kristin Peddicord.
Is bare wood your favorite? Beauty for Ashes also shows how to adorn the home’s bare wood furniture with Valentine’s Day décor pieces. Dangling hearts look great next to white porcelain. Image courtesy of @sweetroseandwren.
Who says you can’t pare burlap with hearts, florals and other soft touches? Juxtaposing hard and soft makes an interesting vignette in smaller spaces like these shelves from Worthing Court.
The easiest way to spark a bit of romance? Add some super soft and cozy pink throws. We absolutely love the baby pinks interspersed among white. Vintage books tied in a burlap bow, a heart-shaped basket, and antique glass door knobs add to the unique collection. Find the full tour at Dabbling and Decorating.
Bonus inspiration. Sometimes adding a single yet provocative statement piece is all you need! Shades of Blue Interiors does just that with this DIY branch wall art. The best part? Why not make this Valentine yourself for your home using twigs from the yard? Show off your home’s heart and give your abode some love!
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Michelle Mastro is a freelance writer and editor. She covers lifestyle, parenting, travel, food, and health/wellness topics for magazines (and their websites). She especially loves writing about homes and has a deep affection for farmhouses of all kinds. She is currently based in the Midwest but loves to travel as much as she can. You can follow her on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram.