Simple Valentine’s Day Tablescape with Classic Red
Are you looking for some Valentine’s Day table inspiration? Well, you’re in luck because today I’m sharing my simple Valentine’s Day tablescape ideas (with classic red) to inspire you! I’m also joining an amazing group of bloggers for a Valentine Tablescape Blog Hop hosted by the talented Chloe of Celebrate and Decorate. Please be sure to visit the links at the end of this post for tons of Valentine’s Day tablescape ideas from over 20 bloggers!
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Simple Valentine’s Day Tablescape Ideas with Red Roses:
For my Valentine’s Day table, I started with red roses for my inspiration. After all, most of us associate red roses with Valentine’s Day. Luckily, I found this pretty bouquet for only $12.00 at the grocery store. As Valentine’s Day gets closer, I am sure the prices will go up…you know how that goes!
I’ve had the woven vase in my collection for awhile and thought it added some nice texture to the table.
Texture and Neutral Colors:
In addition to the vase, I mixed in some more natural items like the seagrass chargers and these incredibly cute woven hearts from Target. The natural textures helped tone down the reds from the roses, napkins and placemats.
When decorating with bright colors, I think it’s important to add in some neutrals for balance.
Then again, it is a Valentine’s Day table setting so the red should be the focus. Last year, I decorated for Valentine’s Day using softer colors. It’s always fun to try something different each year!
If you are a regular reader of my blog, you know I like to keep my table settings simple.
That way the unique accessories can really stand out.
Practical can be just as pretty as something more elaborate.
Speaking of practical, you might have noticed my red and white checked curtains in the background. Well, I hung them when I decorated the kitchen for Christmas and I decided to leave them up for awhile. After all, the red works with my Valentine decor!
This is really the only time of year I get to enjoy red in my home ever since we painted our red dining room navy.
Since we have an open concept kitchen family room, I like to keep the same colors throughout the spaces. As you can see, I still have my red and black buffalo check pillows on my sectional from Christmas. I’ll switch those pillow colors after we are done decorating for Valentine’s Day.
But for now, we are going to enjoy all the red!
I hope I gave you some simple ideas to decorate your home for Valentine’s Day. After all, just a few pops of red can go a long way!
Sources for Valentine’s Day Tablescape:
- Woven hearts – Target (discontinued) similar woven hearts
- Red napkins – Homegoods and these red napkins are similar
- White Porcelain plates – Apilco Tradition and these white plates have a similar look for a better price.
- Red and White Place Mats – World Market(discontinued) and these red and white striped ones have a more vintage look.
- Stainless flatware – Caesna Mirror and this is another classic option.
- Red and White checked curtain panels – these are the exact ones I bought (but in the 50 x 96 size)
- Round Woven Place mats/Chargers – these Natural Water Hyacinth Weave ones are very similar to mine.
Once again, thank you to Chloe from Celebrate and Decorate for hosting. The next stop on the tour is PMQ for Two.
Please also visit the rest of the participants on the blog hop from the list below…
Celebrate and Decorate Home and Gardening With Liz
Debbee’s Buzz Panoply Bluesky at Home
Red Cottage Chronicles Living With Thanksgiving
Home is Where the Boat Is Everyday Living
Corner of Plaid and Paisley My Family Thyme
Intelligent Domestications White Arrows Home
Life and Linda My Thrift Store Addiction
Calypso in the Country PMQ for Two Katherine’s Corner
Create With Cynthia Sweet Sensations Our Crafty Mom
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This is a nicely coordinated and simply classic mix on your table, Shelley. Those corn husk hearts are the perfect pairing with your vase and placemats. I agree with your statement on balancing neutral to vibrant colors, and you did a fine styling of the two. Happy February!
Thanks so much, Rita! Yes, those corn husk hearts were such a find… Happy February to you too!
Shelley… I love love love your beautiful tablescape!
And those little hearts and roses are fabulous together!
I really like your curtains! ❤️
Have a beautiful week my friend!
Thank you, Nancy! What a sweet comment… I think I might be adding more blue back to the room so I’ll probably change the curtains soon. They have been great for Christmas and Valentine’s day decorating, though! Have a great week!
Well, they were perfect for you!
You did give me some inspiration… I may make some just like yours but Valances for my sunroom at the LakeHouse when we go there in the Spring.❤️
Shelley, I adore your woven accents, grainsack stripe placemats, and gorgeous rose centerpiece! You have created a lovely table featuring different textures! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction
Thank you so much, Cecilia! I love mixing textures in so I’m glad you like the look!
Shelley, I love the red roses in the woven basket. It perfectly reflects your style. The stripe placemats are wonderful. The woven hearts on each place setting are a great idea. I love your red check buffalo curtains don’t I would keep them up as long as possible too.
Thanks, Carol! I really do love using textures and I’m happy to hear you think the woven basket reflects my style! Yes, I guess I must be keeping those curtains up for a reason! I think I would keep them up permanently if my walls were whiter. In person, they don’t look ideal with the Manchester tan walls…I doubt my husband would be thrilled with having the room painted again!
Your tablescape is gorgeous. Love the red with the neutrals. Those hearts from Target are so cute and different. Might have to look for those. Have a great new week.
Thanks so much, Kris! Yes, those hearts…as soon as I saw them, I knew I’d have to buy them! Enjoy your week!
I just love the pop of red against the neutral colors and textures. Beautiful and festive!
Thanks Tanya! Hopefully, I achieved the balance I was going for. Have a great week!
Shelley, I love your simple but classic style. The red roses are perfect for a centerpiece and of course for the special day. The sea grass and woven hearts give a beautiful texture to your table. It is always a pleasure to blog hop with you. Happy Valentine’s Day!
Thank you Pam! I tend to go simple with my tables so I’m glad you like how it turned out. Great to hop with you again!
That is beautiful. I love the natural accents with the bright red like that. Pinned.
Red roses are perfect! I love your little woven hearts that tie in with your centerpiece vase and placemats, simple elegance!
Your table is charming! Those roses are gorgeous and I love the corn husk heart on each plate!
Shelley, you really created a sweet tablesetting for your family. The red adds drama (love the roses!) and those woven hearts and other neutral, textured elements add a nice counterbalance and calming effect.
Such a lovely table setting, no matter that it is simple. Those red roses may be from the grocery store, but they are gorgeous. I like the mix of the natural elements, especially those little woven hearts! Your bright white dining chairs are a perfect accent to this red table! Thanks for joining in another hop!
Shelley, I love the simplicity of this Valentine’s Day tablescape. The striped placemats, red napkins and red roses are just enough red to make it a Valentine’s Day statement. I am glad you kept your red and white checkered curtains up. I love red and white check and I think that they make a beautiful back drop for your table. Your woven hearts really stole my heart and it really plays up the casualness of your table. Simple and stunning at the same time. Happy Valentine’s Day.
I absolutely love the simplicity of your table. It was so fun hopping with you.
Love your simple Valentine’s Day table, especially your sweet woven hearts! Happy to be hopping with you this week, Happy Valentine’s Day.♥
Classic and understated style is refreshing. Love the textures you brought. The woven little hearts caught my eye right away. Always fun to blog hop with you.
Classic, simple and oh how I love all the texture! The woven hearts are a real standout and they could easily be used for a bridal shower table or even a sweetheart table. Great styling Shelley!
Shelley,Your simple tablescape is quite elegant. I love the repetition three times using rattan. Those woven hearts are very unique. Also repeating red in the roses, placemats, and napkins was very effective element of design.
Love love love those woven hearts!! I never saw those at Target!! Wish I had. I am a texture girl and I love all that you have on your table❤️Your table looks so inviting that even all the guys in my family would enjoy sitting at- because they wouldn’t want to sit at mine! I hope you have a lovely Valentine’s Day!
Shelley, this is SO pretty! I love the hearts and the other natural texture you added. The red and natural compliment each other so well! (Hope we get to see this at TTA… I’m here by way of Wonderful Wednesday!)
Thank you so much, Julie!
Oh… and pinned to THREE boards! 😉
Awe, you are so sweet! – Thank you!!
Love your tablescape!! ~ Pinned! Tastefully done and makes a statement. I’m visiting from Thursday Favorite Things. Need more Valentine inspiration? Check out #14 and #18. 🙂 Happy Thursday!
Shelley, I love your incredibly elegant minimalist table setting! I prefer minimalizm too and it does help bring to attention the extra special elements, like the woven hearts. The colors are perfect too. Pinned! It’s a pleasure to hop with you. Happy Valentine’s day, hugs!
Lovely tablesetting ready for your Valentine’s Day dinner.
Happy Valentine’s Day,
This is my kind of table – very simple and pretty. Love those cute woven hearts!
Your table is so pretty! Love the classic colors and the hearts are perfection!
I completely agree with you that simple can be just as beautiful as elaborate. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. LOVE your simple Rose centerpiece. I got my Roses from the grocery store also for about the same price. They have held up well to allow us to enjoy live flowers for almost two week. Happy Valentine’s!
Well, if you couldn’t tell I loved this tablescape (from the two comments above AND the multi-pinning), your post inspired me to feature tablescapes this week and Tuesday Turn About, and you, of course, will be one of my features! Thanks for sharing!
Thank you so much, Julie! I appreciate your support (and pinning!) I’m so flattered that you loved my tablescape!
I love the mix of natural colors (the textures are great!) and the beautiful shade of red you chose.
Thank you for sharing at #OverTheMoon. Pinned and shared. Have a lovely week. I hope to see you at next week’s party too! Come party with us at Over The Moon! Catapult your content Over The Moon! @marilyn_lesniak @EclecticRedBarn
Hi Shelley, I’m putting together a Valentine’s Tablescape post, and would love to use this link as an example of a pretty take on a traditional Table.
Please let me know if you are ok with me linking to you.
Absolutely! Thanks so much for thinking of me Rachelle! Enjoy your weekend!