February 8, 2011

Valentine's Day Decor

You all know how much I love the color red.

To me, the best color combo ever is red and white!

So you can pretty much imagine the fun I had with my Valentine's Day decorating.
(cue hysterical giggling)

I decided to focus on the hutch since it has the most impact in the living room.

After gathering up supplies, this is what I came up with.

In the dinning room I added a little red to the shelves.

Then scattered a few more of my beadboard hearts throughout the rooms.

I still need to come up with a centerpiece for the dinning room table - - no sweat, I have five whole days to come up with something!  LOL

I'm hoping I didn't go over the top.  But even if I did, I'm cool with that. 
I like it!

Have you finished up your Valentine's Day decorating yet.


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  1. So very cute! Love all the decor ideas - thank you for sharing all the great goodies! Xoxo

  2. Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous. Thanks for sharing.

    Anne xx

  3. Your little touches of red are so perfect! Cheery and fun! Try and stay warm...it is so freezing out there!! Thanks for stopping by!

  4. Looks fantastic the way you put that all together and I really like the little frame with the 3 hearts - too cute!

  5. Love it! I always like to see what you have come up with. I do not prefer the color red but you always make it look so nice!

  6. Your valentine decorating is great! Your photos are always wonderful...so light and bright. It looks as though your room are very bright and sunny.

  7. Great little touches! The red makes such a big impact against the white! It looks so nice

  8. What a gorgeous hutch! I'm so jealous! It just oozes cute! I love pops of red. We have a red front door. It was the first thing I wanted to paint when we bought the house. It's neat to see how you've incorporated the red with white. I want to do that in my kitchen and possibly dining area. I think red/grey look good together, too. You have a great collection girl! Like my novel...ha! xo ~M

  9. Hi Robin!
    Your Valentine decor is lovely! I adore red and white and then your yellow walls are just perfect! I have that color combo in my kitchen, red and white is just SO very cheerful and we need that in the dead of Winter, don't we! A ray of sunshine and LoVe!*!<3
    Your little beadboard heart are just so perfect, too! Everything is beautiful and so festive looking.
    Hugs, Cindy

  10. Beautiful! I love the red and white; I am in love with those beadboard hearts!

  11. Loving your Valentine decor! The pops of red against the white look so good! My favorite is the red beadboard hearts with your pretty white scale!

  12. I think all of the little touches are just great. I don't decorate for Valentines but I love seeing others who do. Yours looks great.

  13. Robin...you can never go over the top with red! Have you recovered from the Super Bowl frenzy?

  14. I absolutely love it! love it, love it love it!! I love red and white too after pink of course hehe but I do love what you did!

  15. This is lovely. Amazing how a small spot of color and make a space! Great ideas, all!

  16. Hi Robin. I'm new here, I found you on Transformation Thursdays. Love your blog. You've got a great eye. Your Valentines display is adorable, bright and cheery. I'm a new follower on GFC as tonasun and I'm looking forward to visiting again.

    Hugs...Tracy :)

    I hope you'll stop by http://cottonpickincute.blogspot.com and visit sometime.

  17. Oh how beautiful! I am visiting via the Valentine linky.
    I wanted to invite you to the two linky parties I am planning. The first will be on February 23~ High Tea Tablescapes. Details can be found on my Wednesday posts. There will be PRIZES!

    Happy Valentine's Day!

  18. How lovely, I love Red and White..it is so clean and warm looking. I think I will be back..so I'm now following you..
    Have a wonderful Valentine's Day,
    Yours Sincerely,

  19. Love Red! And love all your white dishes - such a beautiful setting - my heart leapt at your beadboard heart! Terrific,


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