5 Simple Ways to Decorate for Valentine’s Day

L-O-V-E Day is just around the corner and I am so excited to have teamed up with a few A-MAZ-ING and talented bloggers to bring you a variety of ways to decorate for Valentines Day. If your just joining me from Ashley’s, House of Five, beautiful site, welcome! Between the six of us you will find some great tips for this years love decor, so grab a cup of joe and head on over to each of our sites to get some great inspiration. From here you will head on over to the talented Bec’s, LuvBec, beautiful blog. Also be sure to follow my blog to see all my posts first! Simply head to the bottom of the page and hit the follow button. You can also follow me on Pinterest here or by hovering your cursor over the picture and clicking the Pin it button ❤️



Jute round rug is Pottery Barn. The hide rug is Costco and the woven rug is HomeSense. Chandelier is Home Depot and the ladder is Vintage North. The wall colour is Benjamin Moore White Wisp Salvage architectural piece is Station 8 Antiques in Montana

 This year I really wanted to keep things neutral and I was really feeling an almost boho style!

I had some chunky white letters kicking around in the shop that I had purchased before from Walmart for a Xmas project a few years ago. I was missing the V and when I went back to get it they had stopped carrying this type of letter so I thought I would make one out of salvaged tin. I painted it a white and love how it turned out.

 I also had the three hearts that I had made for Valentine’s Day last year (check out the completely different setup I had last year). Find the DIY tutorial’s on the hearts here. I wanted to try something new and decided they would make a beautiful boho inspired mobile to hang on my door above the mantel.

I used a piece of birch tree as the base and then a variation of crochet and satin laces, twine, twigs, dried roses and the hearts. I LOVE how this ended up and it was SO easy to make!

I am also so happy I decided to hang this door above the fireplace about a year ago, it allows me to change my decor above the mantle all the time without having to patch holes or worry about repainting.

The coral is a piece I used to have in my bathroom that I purchased while down south from World Market. I love the height that gives and the mild pop of color it adds to the mantle.

The jug is from Ikea and it has some salvaged chair spindles sitting in it. To soften the whole space I added fresh cut, soft pink roses! My hubby actually came home last night from a trip out of town with them for me and I love the color he chose.

The whole space turned out exactly how I had envisioned it and was so affordable and easy to do. The kiddos also think its so fun and love that we are able to decorate for Valentines Day!


Hungarian Dough bowl was off Etsy, Heart pillow is yours truly. Large ‘M’ is Micheals


I hope you get some inspiration for your mantle and make sure to check out the other ladies on the tour!

Kim and Lacey – Styled With Lace

Mysha – Remington Avenue

Ashley – House of Five

Deborah – B Vintage Style

Bec – LuvBec


6 thoughts on “5 Simple Ways to Decorate for Valentine’s Day

  1. Deborah! Wow LOVE your mantel decor!! we can always count on you for unique, creative and beautiful ideas! Especially love the various heart textures, and the love letters!! Divine! <}

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