8 Romantic Homes: Inspiration for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is less than a week away and I’m enjoying all the sweet inspiration from blogland these past couple of weeks! Today I’m joining a group of bloggers who have created romantic homes in anticipation of Cupid’s holiday. I hope you’ll take a moment to visit each home; I guarantee you’ll find ideas for your own living spaces!

A very special thank you to Kathy at A Delightsome Life for organizing this month’s Romantic Homes round-up! I’ve known Kathy for years and have watched her home evolve and become ever prettier. See how Kathy shares what “romancing the home” means to her.

Romantic Homes Table Setting


Leanna’s gorgeous “Galentine table setting” at Clare and Grace Designs is sure to make your heart flutter. Her creativity is off Cupid’s chart with a DIY script table runner and impressive floral arrangement. Simply gorgeous!

Valentine Table Setting with Floral Runner


Valentines is typically date night for most couples, and Jaclyn at Fancy Pants Mommy Co. shows how to create a romantic setting in your own home. Such a beautiful scene with her candle-lined mantel and sweet treats all spread out. Pretty dreamy, don’t you think?

Romantic Home and Living Room


Deborah at Hip and Humble Style creates beautifully decorated table settings for romantic homes. I love how she paired black and white with pink for a unique tablescape.

Valentines Table Setting


You’ll find another pretty Valentine’s Day tablescape at Pollie’s Place. Be sure to check out her whimsical bicycle plates – I just adore them!

Romantic Valentine's Day Table Setting

If you love vintage style, you’re sure to love Kristin’s cabin home decorated for Valentine’s Day. She blogs at White Arrows Home and sure knows how to make the holiday fun and festive!

Vintage Valentines Decor


You’re sure to fall head over heels in love with Jacqueline’s dining room at Welcoming Home. She combines love notes and roses to create the sweetest, romantic homes look.

Romantic Homes Dining Room

Earlier this week, I shared ideas I’ve used to create a romantic home using flowers and simple vignettes. When it comes to romance, I like to use soft pinks in my decor. Paired with gray, you get a sophisticated look that’s not too fussy.

Pink and Gray Table Setting

Kathy at A Delightsome Life created this fun “How to Romance Your Home” infographic for you to pin. It’s a convenient reminder of easy ways to add a little fun and romance into your Valentine holiday!

Tips for Adding Romance to Your Home


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  1. I’ll be having dinner on that evening with my two grown children, but it won’t be a “romantic” dinner. However, I did purchase heart shaped doggie biscuits for my two pups this week and they will love me for it, so that will have to suffice as my Valentine’s Day romantic element.