Simple Valentine’s Day Decorating with Flowers

Hi all! Today I’m joining a Valentine’s Day decorating blog hop and we’re all sharing some simple Valentine’s decorating ideas! Usually I don’t do a lot for Valentine’s Day, especially since my children are a little older now. But I do love a touch of pink as a nod to the holiday, and of course, you know how much I love flowers!

Decorating with flowers is such an essential for me; I just love the life they add to a home. And they can definitely be easy and uncomplicated. (For even more tips and tricks on floral styling – as well as ideas on how to get fresh flowers every week and still stay on budget, check out How to Decorate with Flowers: 7 Easy & Stylish Tips!)

What I love most about flowers is that they lend themselves to any season, and you can use them in a myriad of ways. So here are some simple Valentine’s Day decorating ideas with flowers….

 

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What could say “Valentine’s Day” more than pretty pink roses?! 

 

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And I love pink against the white kitchen!

 

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For me, the best Valentine’s Day decorating is the simplest. Here I gathered my hobnail pink pitcher along with a cake plate, my Valentine’s heart plates (you can see them in my tablescape here), and a pitcher of pink roses to create a focal point on the counter.

 

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In the living room, I used the pink roses from my Valentine’s tablescape, because, well, why not? I had to do the tablescape in January for a blog hop, and I couldn’t keep the Valentine’s table out all that time, so I’ve been enjoying the roses in here. Believe it or not, these roses and the little white flowers lasted a full three weeks!

 

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I find the softer pink of these roses to be so soothing and serene. And definitely romantic!

 

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I love to move things around and create different vignettes. Shopping your house is definitely the easiest way to decorate (and the least expensive!) These pink hobnail glasses are actually candleholders! However, I use them as both πŸ™‚

 

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I found this old cake plate that is done in reddish-pinks and brought that out too! If you simply look around your house, you may find you have more pink or red than you thought! You can easily use any red dishes, etc from Christmas, and if you don’t own any pink, then simply do as I did and put some pretty pink flowers in a white pitcher or vase.

 

 

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This week instead of pink roses, I went with pink tulips!

 

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And I love the darker pink roses, too!

 

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Last year I did mostly red and white for my Valentine’s decorating, which you can see in this post. Which is why this year I was really wanting to just use the pinks. It created a softer, more romantic version of the holiday, which is what I was going for!

 

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Sheila
xo

 

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Valentine’s Day Decorating Blog Hop

Kim & Lacey | Styled With Lace

Summer | Summer Adams

Janine | Happy Happy Nester

Amie | Meme Hill

Joan | 2 Ladies & A Chair

Sheila | Maison de Cinq

Jackie | Finding Lovely

Jodie & Julie | The Design Twins

Ashley | Modern Glam

Judy | Life Is Better At Home

Rhonda | Hallstrom Home

Martha | Simple Cozy Charm

Gloribell | Know How She Does It

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34 Comments

  1. Kathy Lust says:

    I love your sweet, simple Valentine style! While browsing through your pictures my heart jumped when I saw an item near your kitchen sink….the marble pedestal with birds! I was born in 1948 and my Mama had the same bowl, displayed in various vignettes around our house. With six kids in the household all the little birds gradually disappeared but I got to keep the bowl when Mama passed and I still love it just as much. After one of your earlier posts about shopping for glass soap dispensers I was able to find two for myself. I also have the wood pedestal platter that your bowl and soap dispenser are sitting on. I think I will copy your idea at my kitchen sink, if that’s OK with you. My little house is nothing compared to yours and your blogger friends but I get a lot of joy in seeing your styling ideas. Thanks for sharing! I must go and put my little marble bowl out near my kitchen sink!

    1. Oh this is the sweetest comment – thank you for sharing Kathy!! Funny because whenever I share this corner of the kitchen on Instagram I get questions about where I got the little bowl and also several people telling me they either have one or their mom or grandma did! I think it’s so charming! And of course, feel free to copy! I consider it the sincerest form of flattery. πŸ˜‰

      Sheila

  2. So beautiful roses and tulips! Although Valentine’s day was fewweeksago, I’d stiil saabig “YES” for this lovely decoration and for decorating with flowers at all πŸ™‚ I use flowers whenever I need to add some color at home. Flowers are always the best choise! Greets!

    1. Yes Isabelle! I couldn’t agree more! Flowers are always a wonderful choice and I also use them whenever I can. They really just brighten up any space don’t they?!

      Thank you very much for stopping by and for taking the time to comment, I so appreciate it!

      Sheila

  3. Such a beautiful post Sheila! I will be featuring you on my blog tomorrow for Thursday Favorite Things. Happy Valentine’s Day!

    1. Aww how sweet! Thank you for such a wonderful surprise! I really appreciate it.

      Happy Valentine’s Day to you too Amber!

      Sheila

  4. Sheila I love all your pink blooms and pink hobnail. Beautiful inspiration!!! xox

    1. Thanks so much Judy! Happy Valentine’s Day!

      Sheila
      xo

  5. I love all of the pinks, everything looks so beautiful! I invite you to share your lovely blog at my party ( you can link up until midnight. Hugs!

  6. Please tell me where you got your window shade, I love it!

    1. Hi Patti! Mine is custom and unfortunately I don’t know the brand as it was ordered through my drapery guy. However, check out Hunter Douglas as I have a friend that has one that looks almost exactly like mine and hers was Hunter. Good luck!

  7. So romantic and lovely, Sheila! I love those gorgeous flowers. And you are right… Shopping your home is a great way and moving things around to keep it feeling fresh and new. Beautiful job!

    1. Thank you sweet Summer! Love hopping with you my friend:)

      Happy Valentine’s Day!

      Sheila
      xo

  8. Your photos are drop dead gorgeous, as usual Sheila! Love your pink glasses and accent details too. Happy Valentines Day my friend! xoxo Jodie & Julie

    1. Thank you ladies! Those pink glasses are so popular – and they were Target!!

      Great hopping with you again:)

      Sheila
      xo

  9. Sheila,
    Love all your flowers. I feel that they can totally make a room stand out! Flowers can take center stage anytime and they are so fresh and gorgeous. Great post and thanks for joining us this month!

    1. Thanks so much Janine – you know I could not agree more! You and I definitely share an affinity for any and all flowers:)

      Thanks for having me!! Happy Valentine’s Day!

      Sheila
      xo

  10. I love the way you brought pink in your home with flowers! Gorgeous Sheila! Happy Valentine’s Day!

    1. Thank you so much Joan! It’s definitely “your” color:)

      Sheila
      xo

  11. Even though Im not a girly girl I am still in love with pink roses! Beautiful job Sheila!

    1. Same here! There is just something about them isn’t there?!

      Thanks Amie:)

      Sheila
      xo

    1. Thanks so much Gloribell!

      Happy Valentine’s Day!

      Sheila
      xo

  12. Fresh blooms are just an instant pick me up aren’t they? I too, love having them around constantly. Everything is stunning Sheila <3

    1. Thank you so much Martha! And yes – fresh flowers are just the best! What they do for my home, and my mood, for a few dollars is amazing!

      Sheila
      xo

  13. Sheila these are just the prettiest touches! That pink pitcher is beautiful!

    1. Thank you Jackie! I love it too! The sweet hobnail style is so old-fashioned and charming!

      Sheila
      xo

  14. Beautiful Sheila! I love your subtle touches for Valentine’s Day. As always, love seeing your beautiful home!

    1. Thank you Ashley! Heading over to yours now!

      Sheila
      xo

  15. Beautiful arrangements of gorgeous pink flowers throughout your beautiful home that truly say that Romance is in the air! I just love the beautiful window in front of your sink. Gorgeous photos!

    1. Awww, thanks so much Shirley! And thanks for stopping by:)

      Sheila
      xo