Valentines is right around the corner, so it is time to add a little love to your home décor. This year I opted for a more neutral design for Valentines Day. I love the subtle hints of Valentines décor. The neutral palette makes the space feel more relaxing than hanging vibrant Valentines Day decorations everywhere.
I love adding seasonal décor in with a mix of different textures. You will hear me mention texture a lot when I decorate. It is a subtle way to add diversity in your decoration without adding in a lot of color or patterns. For instance on my kitchen counters I added a straw heart leaning against a sweet sign for Valentines. I found the sign at Target on the dollar aisle and the wreath you can buy here.
Neutral home décor is a perfect way to decorate for Valentines. I don't like to decorate with a lot of color. With all the color I find it hard to relax. A more subtle color palette is more soothing for the eyes and makes it easier for the brain to relax in the space. When I saw these different blogs on Pinterest decorating with more of a neutral color scheme I had to share.
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I am a plant person through and through. Topiaries in the shape of a heart is a quick and easy way to add to your décor. Most of your local nurseries will have a variety of choices. If you feel you don't have a green thumb opt for a boxwood wreath. It just needs to be misted with water once a month. They will last for a long time. Plus, they come in a variety of sizes.
Adding subtle hints of Valentines throughout your home is a great way to celebrate the season without going over the top. I have found a few seasonal items on Amazon that are perfect additions to your holiday décor.
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