Friday, February 5, 2021

Valentine's Decor in the Kitchen ...

Welcome F E B R U A R Y!  

While I was tempted to get out our Spring decor, I decided to make a little decorating "pit stop" and add a bit of Valentine's Decor, instead.  Here are a few, easy ways I added it to our kitchen.

Since our island is the focal point, I like to style vignettes on it to suit the season or holiday ...

Here I added a pitcher full of faux tulips ... a cloche covered ceramic cupcake ... and stacked heart bowls.  I hope they add just the right amount of Valentine whimsy.

If you're limited on counter space, adding cute *Valentine-ish* towels (to hooks, if you have them or even draped over your sink) is all you need! 

HomeGoods and/or TJMaxx always have a great variety!

Of course, I had to spread a little bit of "l.o.v.e." to this side of our kitchen, too.  

Now, if you're not a fan of decorating with hearts, maybe you have red/white dishes hidden away that you can get out and display this month!

Or maybe even a basket you can set on your counter and fill with a few fun, functional (even tempting) items!  This glass lamp is hollow on the bottom, making it the perfect place for me to add whimsical items to it that tie in with everything.

Valentine theme mugs are another cute way to add a bit of whimsy to your kitchen.  So glad I recently scooped up this mug tree so I could display these cuties that I recently found at Michael's.

Speaking of mugs ... here's another way I like to display them.  And, since I didn't have extra Valentine-themed mugs on hand, I hung these blush pink ones, instead.  

These are just a few, easy ways to bring a bit of Valentine's decor to your kitchen!  Have you been adding it, too?

I'll be back next week to share more nods to Valentine's Day around our home!  Thanks so much for stopping by,


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