When decorating for Valentine’s Day this year, I wanted to stay in line with my modern farmhouse style. I can’t wait for you to check out these lovely decor ideas that are also festive! Scroll down to check them out.
I had so much fun decorating for Valentine’s Day this year. If you know me, you know that I encourage you to have a “neutral base” with your bigger ticket home items (i.e., sofas, chairs, beds) so when it comes to seasonal decorating you can easily add splashes of colors and textures to what is already there.
Not only does this create a budget-friendly year-round approach to decorating but it allows you to change out easily varying items to your home.
My home is in line with the modern farmhouse style, so these Valentine’s Day decor ideas, reflect that. These lovely ideas are sure to get you in the festive spirit of this love day.
Let’s get started!
Garland is always a good idea for farmhouse style! I have seasonal garland in our home throughout the year and this cute felt heart garland is perfect for Valentine’s decor.
I simply draped two strands across the mirror and one across the front of my console table. I attached it with painter’s tape to easily remove when the holiday is over.
I have seen these all over and love them! You can do so many things with these little heart bowls.
You can serve to hold keys or candies! You can also drape a smaller set of wood bead garlands and place it atop a stack of books. This one is so affordable!
Candles are a given, right?! Any style of decor will have candles for Valentine’s Day because they are inherently romantic.
We’ve just come out of the Christmas holidays, and any excuse to keep the glow of string lights going I am game for!
Check out these cute hearts, string lights I found here. You can set them in your kitchen as I did, or drape them across a mantel. They give off a nice ambient glow in addition to the candles. I love these red string lights too!
Heart-shaped candies are a great, budget-friendly way to add splashes of color around your home.
I set mine in the wooden bowl, but you can also pour some inside of a hurricane and add faux tulips for a cute Valentine’s day idea! Get creative.
Flowers and Valentine’s Day go together, don’t they?!
I used faux florals here on our console table, using pink peonies. I also love the look of red/pink/white tulips for Valentine’s decor.
If you know me, you know how much I love coffee…hence the coffee station on our kitchen countertops haha!
I simply added a few Valentine’s Day mugs to our mug tree that mixed in with the white ones. You can find the two-pack I bought this year here.
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