How to Decorate for a Minimalist Valentine’s Day

Today I wanted to share some Valentine’s Day Farmhouse decor.  I try not to go overboard for Valentine’s Day.  With my move toward a more minimalistic home, I’m trying to be really thoughtful in what I purchase.  Target, of course, has the cutest and very affordable decor.  I picked up several garlands and then used decor that I had in storage. 

Simple yet lovely mantel

One way to decorate for Valentine’s Day is to use a combination of red, pink, and white colors. You can use balloons, streamers, and other decorations to create a festive atmosphere. Another idea is to use candles and another romantic lighting to create a cozy and intimate ambiance. You can also use flowers, such as roses and lilies, to add a touch of elegance to your decorations. Additionally, consider adding some heart-shaped decorations, such as garlands or wreaths, to give your home a true Valentine’s Day feel.

I always try to use our letterboard when I’m putting together a Valentine’s Day farmhouse decor look!  The kids like to help me come up with a phrase and because of this, I bought them their own letterboards for small Valentine’s Day gifts!

valentine's day farmhouse decor
vintage bar cart

I’ve also been able to score some really great Rae Dunn Valentines Day pieces thanks to some great Dunnie friends.  I always keep a few pieces displayed on our bar cart.  This particular bar cart is a thrift store project that I redid but here is a similar option.

Overall, the key to successful Valentine’s Day decorations is to create a warm and inviting space that is full of love and romance. Do you decorate for Valentine’s Day?   

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