A little tour sharing our Valentine’s Day Kitchen Decor using pink florals and free printables.
Whenever I decorate a space, I always start by taking down all of the previous decorations so that I can start with a completely blank canvas.
I then slowly start adding in decor, both seasonal and function.
Usually, I start at the top and work my way down and around a room as I want to make sure that I don’t forget to add vertical decor that draws your eye up.
While I know Valentine’s is a pink and red holiday, I wanted to focus more on pink and white (which was easy as our kitchen is already white) with florals that hinted more towards spring.
And while I left the wintery hot chocolate bar in our kitchen, I think you can really see how much I’m ready for spring in our Valentine’s Day Kitchen Decor.
Island Chandeliers | Island Barstools | Indoor/Outdoor Runner | Microwave | Brown/Medium Cheeseboard | Round Cheeseboard | Small Cheese Board | Salt/Pepper Glass Jar | Eucalyptus Garland | Pink Rose & Peony Flowers | Pink Rose & Dahlia Flowers | Large Grey Frame | Utensil Crock | Blue Vase | Marble Paper Towel Holder | Small Grey Frame | Refrigerator | Wood Beaded Board |Medium Brown Cookie Jar | 3 Glass Storage Jars | Tiny Spice Jar | Gold Frame | Soap Bottle | Large Wood Cheeseboard | White Pitcher | Pink Candle | Eucalyptus Stems | Faux Stems | Chrysanthemum Ball Flowers | Dusty Pink Bush
I’m not saying I want to rush through winter, but… I am really ready for the green of spring!
We *rarely* get snow here in southeast Tennessee, so once the Christmas decorations are put away, it’s hard not to start longing for warmer weather.
And I feel like this is a nice subtle hint at spring while still keeping the pink of Valentine’s Day well in focus.
Plus it helps that I added a couple of Valentine’s Day printables to the kitchen decor.
The large print is one that I created last year (you can download the free printable below) and the little one I found for free here.
And now that our Valentine’s Day Kitchen Decor and Valentine’s Day Living Room Decor is complete I can begin decorating our bedroom for Valentine’s Day too!
I hope this Valentine’s Day tour helps you as you decorate your home!
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With love, Giusti
For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms. Therefore put on the full armor of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you may be able to stand your ground, and after you have done everything, to stand.
Ephesians 6:12-13 NIV
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