5 easy ways to add a dash of Valentine décor to your home

by Shea Homes Arizona on January 22, 2016


It may seem like you were just putting out cookies for Santa or lighting the menorah candles, but if you take a close look at the calendar, you’ll see that February is almost here! So pack up the Christmas lights and holiday cards and get ready to bring a touch of romance into your home just in time for Valentine’s Day.  And because we like to share a little local love, these handmade items come from some of our favorite Phoenix area Etsy shops.

Door wreaths
Valentine Wreath Photo credit: Signature Home Decor (Phoenix)

What better way to welcome your guests this time of year than a bold Valentine wreath? This felt heart wreath measures 14 inches and delivers a sweet sentiment of love to all who enter.

Valentine Banner Photo credit: Happy Banners (Mesa)

One of the easiest ways to add a little love to your home is to string a banner over a mantle, doorway, headboard or mirror. Choose your size cutouts and place your order. When your Valentine garland arrives in the mail, assemble with mini clothespin clips. Easy peasy.

Valentine Ornaments Photo credit: Lucismiles (Phoenix)

Yes, we did just say it was time to pack up the holiday decorations, but there’s no reason why a few Valentine ornaments can’t make an appearance in February – especially when they’re as sweet as these felt heart cuties.

Throw pillows
Valentine Pillow Photo credit: The Dotted Bow (Peoria)

Surprise your sweetie with an I Love You More throw pillow on the sofa or bed. This farmhouse pillow is one Valentine decoration that just might claim a year-round spot in your home.

Wall Art
Valentine Art Photo credit: Arizona Craft Co (Tempe)

Show your gallery wall a little love and treat yourself to this 10” x 10” heart string art, made with nails and string on wood.

For more ideas on how to add a little Valentine’s Day flair to your home, check out our Shea Homes Arizona Valentine’s Day Décor Pinterest board.

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