Valentine Home Tour

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and while we don’t decorate as much as we would for Christmas, it’s still nice to see some love spread around our homes. We hope to give you a little love inspiration to try a few of our ideas around your home. Let’s start with the front porch!

Both of our porches are small and do not have a lot of room to decorate, but here we added a red boa on the door, clipped with heart doilies and playing cards for a little glam. The shutter “LOVE” sign is a DIY along with the “Kissing Booth” sign.

We used pallet wood to cut out the letters to spell LOVE and we cut out a heart shape from a love song record with a jig saw. They are attached to the shutter with screws. The “Kissing Booth” sign we made by cutting stencils with our Silhouette machine.

We embellished the old window with glittery hearts, brought in a red lantern and added a few valentine hearts and of course added our free printable art. Make sure to check it out here.

Flirty hearts and X & O’s embellished with paper are an economical way to add a little love decor.

We love turning everyday decor into  holiday decor, like the typewriter. It’s the perfect place to add a love message. We do love globes and added a little message “Love makes the world go round.”

Vintage valentines are scattered throughout the living area. They are hung from the mantle with some glittery hearts and also placed in a vintage index box on the coffee table. Also on the coffee table is a little “love you more” sign that a picked up at a local vintage store.

We also added vintage valentines to the bulletin board in the kitchen.

This pig came from one of our favorite local decor shops and is made from recycled barrels, we added a cute tag around his neck that reads “will you be swine?”

A tiered tray is another fun say to add a little valentine love. In this room we wanted to keep the valentine decor pretty neutral, so we basically used white and gold. We collected small heart shaped items from around the house, painted some red hearts we found at Hobby Lobby gold and placed them in a glass dish that we also painted with chalk paint. The little cupids are actually Christmas ornaments. The wood love sign was a Hobby Lobby score.

We thank you for taking a little tour of our valentine decor and if you have found a little inspiration please share and pin it.

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