Decorating

How to Style Your Kitchen for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! And while it may be one of those holidays some people let slide by, we know that our ReadyFestive fans absolutely LOVE Valentine’s Day. You wouldn’t miss this moment to bring a little more love into the comfort of your home.  Whether partnered up or celebrating with the gals, Valentine’s Day invites all of us to think of others and how we can show our love and appreciation to them. And unlike the end of the year, for this holiday, we can take a breath and not worry about having to prepare a

Liz
Jan 17

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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! And while it may be one of those holidays some people let slide by, we know that our ReadyFestive fans absolutely LOVE Valentine’s Day. You wouldn’t miss this moment to bring a little more love into the comfort of your home. 

Whether partnered up or celebrating with the gals, Valentine’s Day invites all of us to think of others and how we can show our love and appreciation to them. And unlike the end of the year, for this holiday, we can take a breath and not worry about having to prepare a Thanksgiving dinner or string Christmas lights up and down our homes! Instead, we focus on simple touches, homemade crafts, and treats that come from the heart and are sure to win the hearts of those we love most. 

So, bring on the heart shaped decorations, colorful candies, pink and red roses galore — let’s get decorating! Here are our 3 Valentine’s Day Themes below and a few style shots to give you some inspiration.

Farmhouse

Our Valentine’s Day farmhouse theme features natural, rustic tones. We recommend styling a countertop corner with clusters of your farmhouse decor. To keep the theme going in your kitchen, you can place the pillow on a dining room chair.

Modern

The modern theme, with decor focused on light pink and white with gold accents, is our most popular Valentine’s box this year. The heart shaped trays make great holders for candies and treats. Alternatively, you could place them on a table top near your kitchen door as a catch all tray. You could even use one as a spoon rest near your stovetop to complement the “XOXO” hand towel. Try draping the beads around your “Love” sign to create a simple centerpiece. You can add light pink roses or your flowers of choice to fill it in!

Classic

The classic theme keeps things simple with red and white hearts! Place the matching mugs near your coffee or tea station along with the “Love” sign to greet you first thing in the morning! You can hang the heart garland on a small table or use it to compliment a red, white, and pink flower arrangement on a tabletop.

Which Valentine’s Day decor style is *your* favorite? Sign up today to order a Classic, Modern, or Farmhouse Valentine’s Day decor box. Already a subscriber? Add it to your plan.