Do you decorate for Valentine’s Day at your house? I don’t do a whole lot but I like to bring in touches of pink and red. It’s like a decorating transition period between Christmas and spring time.
I hauled my Paris Poster back out and added red and white pillows to the love seat.
You might remember the penmanship poster that used to be on this shelf at Christmas.
It makes it look like the poster is framed.
In honor of Valentine’s Day, I swapped out the penmanship poster with a poster of Paris, the city of love! I was lucky to find a store that sells a variety of posters in just the right size to fit over the original artwork. I love being able to change the look so easily and the posters only cost a few dollars.
I brought out my Valentine bottle brush trees and placed them on vintage red books.
And of course, more vintage books in cream and red. I found some of my red vintage books at a local boutique and thought they’d be perfect for Valentine’s Day decor. I like to buy the ones with interesting covers.
My favorite vintage aqua bottle wears a red metal heart.
And that pretty much sums up my simple Valentine’s Day decor in the living room.
Simple and sweet.