Simple Valentine’s Day kitchen decor to refresh your kitchen space between Christmas and spring.
Wool Felt Garland | Eucalyptus Garland (above the window) | Eucalyptus Garland (on the stove hood) | Peony Silk Flowers| Rose Gold Towels | Glass Soap Dispenser | Eucalyptus Stems | Cactus Flower Candle | Citrus Grove Candle | Tea Tree & Spearmint Candle | Kitchen Bar Stool Chairs | Gray Wood Chandeliers | Farmhouse Sink |
Valentine’s Day is coming up and I thought it would be fun to share a mini Valentine’s decor tour of how I decorated our kitchen.
I always feel like there is a weird decorating gap between Christmas and spring, especially because we live in southeast Tennessee and have recently had a lot of 60-degree weather.
And it’s only January!
So since I didn’t decorate for winter (because it has felt like early spring) I thought I’d share a mini kitchen tour of our Valentine’s Day decor.
Before decorating this space I took down everything from Christmas, except the two different eucalyptus garlands.
I then strung this beautiful handmade wool felt garland up above the window and added a “love” quote from the bible on the ledge above our stove.
And if you like this “love” quote, I’ve included it below so that you can download it for free.
I plan to keep all of my Valentine’s Day decor up until the end of February and then begin transitioning into spring decor in early March.
Although my Valentine’s decor probably won’t stay in the exact places they are right now.
I’ve been a little restless when it comes to our decor since taking down Christmas and I find myself constantly rearranging the decor around our home.
As I’m passing from one room to another I’ll grab a vase of faux flowers or a pillow and carry it with me to the room I’m headed to and find a spot to place it before continuing on with whatever I was doing.
Luckily, Roger doesn’t seem to mind the constant change and movement of decor.
I think he’s just glad I’m not rearranging the furniture! 😉
Wool Felt Garland | Eucalyptus Garland (above the window) | Eucalyptus Garland (on the stove hood) | Peony Silk Flowers| Rose Gold Towels | Glass Soap Dispenser | Marble Cake Stand| Small Wood Vase | Eucalyptus Stems| Cactus Flower Candle | Citrus Grove Candle | Glass Hurricane Holder | Ranucculus Stems | Kitchen Bar Stool Chairs | Gray Wood Chandeliers | Farmhouse Sink |
I hope this little Valentine’s Day kitchen tour inspires you and helps you as you decorate your home for Valentine’s Day!
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With love, Giusti
Consider it pure joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance.
James 1:2-3 NIV
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