Although, expressing your love for someone isn’t limited to one day a year, the 14th of February gives another reason to celebrate it at its best. Valentine’s day is surely a lovely excuse to decorate the house with some romantic elements and some pretty pastel hues of love. Get your dose of inspiration for the same with these awesome Valentine’s day Home decor ideas listed below.
16. Cute and Cheap DIY Valentine’s Day Decorations
Celebrating the romantic combination of white and pink at its best, here’s a super cute yet inexpensive inspiration to dress up the mantel for Valentine’s. We simply can’t settle on the fact that a glorious decor as adorable as this one is worked up in just a deal of 10 dollars. Stunning golden mercury votives from Pottery Barn add light to the whole scene while the pink candles placed inside them are oh so dreamy. A lovely framed chalkboard hangs from the mantel, sporting a custom love message, while the 3 dimensional XoXo sign looks even prettier. The heart tree made in a white vase is all about thin branches and paper punches.
DIY Details : moneyhipmamas
17. Valentine’s Day Heart Banner
Who doesn’t love banners hanging around the house when it comes to decorating the space for a special occasion? Specially, if those banners flaunt some gorgeous hearts to spread more love around. This Valentine’s heart banner does just that with a union of red, pink and white, along with some rustic texture of burlap. To forge the project, you are going to need a burlap banner kit, some wood hearts, a hot glue gun and glue sticks, paint brushes, foam pouncer, and some paint in cottonball, baby pink and true red. While some flags have got white hearts adhered to a burlap unpainted base, the others have got white dots on pink or bright ted, further placing the hearts in the middle.
DIY Details : eighteen
18. Valentine Heart Pom Pom Pillows
Are you totally in love with making personalized pillow covers? If yes, then you are going to adore this project that adds a dose of Valentine to this amazing home decor craft. Oh yes, it’s enriched with soft and cozy pom poms, along with some equally pretty hearts. One of the pillows is covered with a burlap fabric cover, adding pom poms along the sides and a row of white hearts down the center that’s further sandwiched between two rows of red ones. The smaller pillow has got one single big heart in the middle, worked up three different layers of felt. Tater Tots and Jello takes you through the whole process of constructing the pillows with a few supplies from Hobby Lobby and some sheets of felt and burlap.
DIY Details : tatertotsandjello
19. Felt Heart Valentine Trees
Thanks to the durability factor, oh so soft touch and the ease of craft, felt proves to be a complete boon when it’s about putting together homemade decorative trees. Adorned with a huge heart at the top, these Valentine’s Day trees having a styrofoam cone as the base have got their bushes and branches disguised into lovely felt hearts throughout. Apart from the cones, you will need some dressmaker pins, two heart-shaped toppers, pink felt sheets and white felt sheets. The idea is to cut out lots and lots of tiny hearts from the felt, further attaching them one by one to the styrofoam cone to create a layering effect. Finally, add the cute topper and assemble the trees on white candle stands.
DIY Details : lillyjane
20. Valentine Glitter Votives
It’s time to introduce some glam and glitter to love this season, that too combined with a dash of glow! One simply can’t ignore these beautiful Valentine glitter mason jar votives that turn out unbelievably cute. They are put together using some ball half-pint mason jars, some foam heart stickers, acrylic paint in white and pink, some mod podge, and glitter in white and pink yet again. A foam heart and painter’s tape help to work up the heart-shaped negative space on the jar by painting the remaining jar with white throughout. Another layer of Mod podge is applied over the paint, sprinkling white glitter all over, finally tying a sweet ribbon bow around the rim of the jar. Change the color and repeat the whole process with another jar – this time going for pink. Place tealight candles inside.
DIY Details : masonjarceaft
21. Button Burlap Heart
While black and white usually don’t come to the mind on the mention of Valentine, clubbing the two hues with some bright red makes the red pop like never before. This one has got a canvas sporting a backdrop of white and black alternating strips that are made using some strips of painter’s tape, flaunting a foreground of a large red heart assembled entirely out of cute buttons. The buttons are actually adhered to a red heart cut out of burlap which is further adhered to the canvas. To complete your artwork, you can add some letters at the bottom using some vinyl sticker technique, and voila!
DIY Details : unmmondesignsonline
22. Valentine’s Day Mantel
Telling a whole tale of love is what this stunning mantel does with utmost effortlessness. And that’s why, the author integrates loads of books into the decor – to bring out the essence of stories of love! The fact that the books are old and weathered signifies that the imperfections of time only make love wiser and more beautiful. A large window frame with distressed paint stands at the back, adorned with 3D Love letters. The front has got many silver glasses and bowls housing soft pink flowers, while white candlesticks and candles make it all glow. The rest of the space is filled with vertical and horizontal arrangements of books that make everything a lot more vintage.
DIY Details : craftberry
23. Updating Cheap Picture Frames
A super easy and simple paint technique is all it takes to turn the cheapest of picture frames into a thing of extraordinaire. And this tutorial by The Crazy Craft Lady takes you through the same with details steps and visuals. Some readily available cheap picture frames from the Dollar Store, some white chalkpaint, light blue chalk paint and a few paintbrushes will do all the magic. All you need is to paint the frames with a layer of blue chalkpaint, further adding the white coat with a dry brush in a way that the blue underneath pokes through beautifully. The tutorial also offers cute printables to adorn the frames with. However, you can always go for your photos or messages for the same.
DIY Details : thecrazycraftlady
24. XoXo Handwritten Valentine’s Day Cut out
All credits to the light MDF board this XoXo sign is worked up with, it is light enough to place on shelves or hang on the walls without any hassle. A little sanding of the 1/4 inch MDF goes for making it apt for sprucing it up with some milk paint that’s rightly absorbed into the surface of the board. This sign shared in the incredible Pin is actually a handwritten one and available to purchase, but you can always get inspired by the same and whip up one of your very own. Grab an MDF board and trace the letters on the same, cutting them out neatly and sanding the surface. Once you coat them with your choice of paint and let it dry for a while, the XoXo sign is ready to dazzle your space.
DIY Details : pin.it
Whether it’s those banners screaming love or the one of a kind heart shaped pretties, the repurposed I picture frames or furnishings like cute romantic pillows, each of these Valentine’s day home decor ideas is worth falling in love with!