26 Cute Valentine's Day Decor Ideas For Your Home

Are you into Valentine’s Day decor? If so, I have some pretty Valentine's decoration ideas for you. When decorating for Valentine’s Day, I bring back some red, add some blush, and mix it with white or gray. Even if our house is like that for just a few weeks, it helps me to transition into spring.

Hobby Lobby Valentine’s Day decorations

They have everything you need for a creative Valentine’s Day tablescape. There are tons of goodies and it’s worth a visit in person to see the assortment.

Heart-shaped bowls

1. Cute red and pink vases, bell jars, and heart-shaped bowls.

Little houses with heart embellishments

2. Little houses with heart embellishments.

Mini Valentine's tree decor

3. Red detail on the little trees.

Valentine's party supplies
Vintage-style plates

4. Vintage plates.

5. Fun party supplies.

Picks and ornaments for Valentine's Day

6. Lots of picks and ornaments for a Valentine’s Day tree or wreath, all at reasonable prices.

Felt envelopes with a heart

7. Felt envelopes

Buffalo checked hearts

8. Buffalo checked hearts.

Heart garlands

9. Garlands of hearts.

Valentine's Day ribbons

10. Ribbons of all sizes, colors, and designs.

Heart wreath forms

11. Wreaths

What I brought home

Valentine's Day table runner

12. Runner

I love adding runners on islands, accent tables, or even a coffee table.

Love heart picks
Pink and red heart picks

13. Picks

Here are picks from Hobby Lobby and Dollar Tree for trees, wreaths, and floral arrangements.

Red plastic hearts

14. Plastic hearts

These sleeves of large plastic hearts can be added as ornaments to a Valentine’s Day tree or wreath. I like placing them in a group in a bowl or canister.

Valentine heart crafts

15. Craft pieces

Here are hearts, red on one side, and white on the other. These are cute as ornaments. They can go into frames, as well.

Heart-shaped paper plates

16. Heart-shaped paper plates

These heart-shaped paper plates are from HomeGoods with red, blush, white, and gold hearts. You can’t tell that they are paper. They come in a pack of 16 plates and they look beautiful layered on a white dinner plate.

Love-embellished dish towels

17. Dishtowels

I love the embroidered word and tassel embellishment on the towel. They have ombre hearts from pale to dark red/pink. I love using these as the base of a vignette in a tray or basket.

Red buffalo check pillow covers

18. Pillow covers

These pillow covers in shades of red, white, and gray come from IKEA, called Crossbana, and measure 20 x 20 inches. There’s a large and small buffalo check.

XO garland for a mantel

19. Garland

This garland from Target has bright red, blush, and darker red. I like putting a garland where it isn’t expected–not just on a mantel.

White beaded heart wreath

20. White beaded wreath

There are pretty neutral pieces if you want Valentine’s decor but don’t want a lot of red. This wreath from Hobby Lobby will be pretty on its own or layered on a mirror or wreath.

Heart banner

21. Banner

Here’s a banner I picked up at the Target Dollar Spot. It’s white with wood beads. This is lovely draped on a mantel or mirror, or hanging from shelves or cabinets.

Pack of paintable hearts

22. Pack of hearts

This pack of paintable hearts from Hobby Lobby has a string attaching them so they are ready to be hung on a tree or wreath.

Interlocking wood hearts

23. Wood hearts

These pretty solid wood interlocking hearts are the perfect addition to a vignette or in a bowl.

Heart-shaped wood plate

24. Neutral wood plate

You can paint it or leave it natural. Layer a white heart bowl on top of it. These white bowls with heart details come from Walmart.

White plate with red rose design

25. Rose plate

I have had these plates for over a decade. I bring them out every year. These are perfect for Valentine’s Day even without hearts. Though it doesn’t scream Valentine’s Day, it’s a beautiful, classy touch to a holiday tablescape.

Red and pink fans
Textured canvas
Valentine’s Day decor

26. Whimsical fans

I have a great and quick idea for these cute pink and blush fans. I put them on a backdrop of a pretty large framed canvas from HomeGoods. It’s simple, textured, and I love the gold frame. I used small Command strip tabs to secure the fans to the canvas.

Valentine’s Day decor

Hopefully, I have given you a few ideas of where to shop for Valentine’s Day decor and how to style these goodies. Valentine’s Day decor doesn’t mean just red or pink. You can go with a neutral palette. Let me know your favorites in the comments below.

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