Lovely Valentine’s Day Tablescapes and Decorating Ideas (Saturday Spotlight)
Hello friends! Welcome to the Saturday Spotlight, where each week, I highlight a different theme or topic to inspire you. Now that February is here, it’s time to start thinking about Valentine’s Day. Even though it’s not a huge decorating holiday, it’s always nice to add a few heart themed touches around your home. Since February can be a bit dreary, you might enjoy seeing some cheerful red or pink decor too. Today, I’m highlighting some “lovely” Valentine’s Day tablescapes and decorating ideas to inspire you! Let’s get started…
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Valentines Day Tablescapes:
Instead of dealing with crowded restaurants, celebrate Valentine’s Day at home this year. Set up a romantic table setting and try a new recipe. Or, even make it easier and order take out!
Last year, I got creative and decorated a table for two in our game room…
In fact, I decorated two versions for Valentine’s Day. For one, I used a festive red and white checked tablecloth as seen above. In the other version, I went with a classic white tablecloth. With the snow falling outside the window, both tablescapes felt extra romantic. So, if you’re looking for simple Valentine table ideas, take a look at both of those tables.
Keep it casual and create a Valentine’s Day tablescape in the kitchen:
One year, I decorated a simple farmhouse style tablescape with a red and white Valentine theme…
By decorating with textures and farmhouse style fabrics, this Valentines day tablescape felt cozy and inviting…which is perfect for a chilly February evening!
Other Valentine’s Day Decor Ideas:
If you don’t want to set a whole Valentine’s Day tablescape, decorate some simple vignettes around your house.
One year, I gathered up some vintage Valentine’s Day decor to create some festive vignettes…
By starting with some vintage napkins and a silver bowl, I created some displays that were festive and also very meaningful to our family. It’s always great when you can decorate with items you already own!
Valentine’s Day Decor Shopping Finds:
If you want to add some subtle Valentine’s Day touches to your table, this table runner is adorable!
If you’d rather go with a Valentine’s Day tablecloth, this one is very similar to mine and comes in several sizes.
Add a splash of Valentine red to your kitchen with this cheerful tea kettle.
If you want to keep it simple, you can’t go wrong with Target Valentine decorations. This heart shaped candle is a perfect way to add some romantic Valentine ambiance to you home.
If your sofa needs some extra Valentine coziness, add one or two of these heart shaped pillows!
For even more Valentines Day tablescapes and decorating ideas, here are some finds from around the internet:
- If you’re looking for cute Valentine centerpieces, this is such a creative idea!
- Copy some ideas from this gorgeous Valentine’s Day tablescape!
- Make some pretty Valentine ornaments with this fabric heart tutorial!
- For some Valentine’s Day door decor, check out these 14 wreaths!
- If you want to make some pom poms and felt heart garland, try this fun DIY!
- Say Cheers to Valentine’s Day with this rose’ cocktail with raspberries!
Hopefully, I’ve inspired you with plenty Valentine’s Day decor ideas – for the table and more!
- For more Valentine’s Day ideas, read Celebrate Valentine’s Day at Home – Last Minute Ideas.
- And for even more Valentine inspiration, hop over to my Valentine’s Day Pinterest board!
- If you missed the last Saturday Spotlight, here’s that blog post – January Home Decor
Will you be decorating for Valentine’s Day this year?
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The tea kettle is such a great idea, for both Valentine’s and Christmas! Have a wonderful week!
Isn’t it cute? Yes, perfect for Christmas too!
The table for two in the game room is a great idea – it makes it more special to dine in a room that isn’t usually used for that purpose. Hope you had a great Valentine’s Day, Shelley!
Thanks so much Amy! I hope you enjoyed the day as well!