So the first big holiday after New Year’s is upon us, and love is in the air. Everywhere from grocery stores to Facebook and Pinterest (not to mention what seems like the entire blogosphere) are celebrating Valentine’s Day with heart-shaped sweets, crafts and flowers, all of which seem to be a bit cliché for my taste. I do admittedly love fresh flowers, but red roses aren’t really my thing and it may still be a bit early for tulips or peonies.
Instead of doing the typical blogger “Happy Valentine’s Day” post, I thought I’d bring you some V-day appropriate rooms and home interiors. I saw a ton of glam rooms that I thought would look great for a romantic space, incorporating floral arrangements, red or white upholstered furniture pieces in front of a predominantly softly subtle palette of cream or white. I really liked these as transitional spaces because they’re relaxing and don’t have much distraction; the perfect place that you’d be able to spend time with just you and your significant other.
Of course, you know me, I couldn’t stick to just transitional styles because in all honesty, they seem a little too adult for me personally (although I can totally appreciate those designs) so I had to throw in a few lovely modern + eclectic rooms too!
For those who love framed posters and gallery walls, there really are a ton of romantic-themed wall décor options out there. It would be kind of cool, in my opinion, to do a gallery wall of frames and shadowboxes and just adding or switching out some seasonal posters, holiday photos or even mementos from previous years (like cards or ticket stubs) for a show-worthy shadowbox.
Be sure to let me know what your favorite way to celebrate or decorate is for Valentine’s Day!
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