Welcome to Valentine’s Day which is getting closer to Romantic Interior
January 22, 2021
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As Valentine’s Day approaches, thoughts turn to romance. To set the right mood throughout the year, here are some simple decorating tips and some special touches to dress up your home. So, whether you’re planning a Valentine’s Day party or some intimate time for the two of you, check out these romantic ideas.
For lighting, a great mood maker, consider turning your white light bulb pink. It emits a softer and gentler light and is sure to bring praise from those around it.
Treat yourself to flowers. And, yes, do more than just a grocery store! Not only are there flower shops, but excellent online and catalog resources for lots of pretty places. Although roses are a true symbol of romance, white, red, and pink tulips or even a garland of carnations can brighten up any room. Paperwhites and other bulbs will also bring a touch of Spring.
For those who love sweet treats there is always a treat to munch on on holiday. Consider a well-placed candy plate, heart-shaped, of course, of crystal, silver, or ceramic. Whether filled with chocolate kisses, or pastel melts, it adds a sense of festivity and sweetness to the season. Engage the kids by making special Valentine’s sugar cookies, heart shapes with brown and pink sugar sprinkles to share with family and friends.
Respect those who are close to your heart. Choose the favorite picture of your kids, partner, partner or friends and group them in heart shaped frames. Or make a collage on a corkboard from the same image, in the shape of a heart with a ribbon border. You can even make your own frames by cutting hearts out of construction paper (red, of course) and gluing or gluing the images to the individual frames. These can be placed in the refrigerator with magnets, or pinned to a bulletin board. They can even be hung on decorative threads and hung over the fireplace.
A bizarre or more traditional elegant collection of angels, cherubs, and cupids can be lots of fun to create. Consider pillow prints, wicker throws, porcelain figurines, classic framed prints, and the like. They have a way of lifting someone’s heart during potentially gloomy times of year, and remind us of those closest to us.
Handrails, mantels, mirrors and more can all be decorated with ribbons in white, pink and red, which reflect the essence of the holiday! Angel and pulp angels are now available in a variety of sizes and finishes (gold, silver, or unfinished) and can be strategically positioned on newell posts, coat corners, cupboard tops, and the like.
If red, pink, and white aren’t your favorite colors, go for gold or silver, but promote a sense of romance with sparkle and elegance. What makes you feel romantic in Valentine’s Day?? These days the opportunities are endless, take advantage of this day and make it special.