Monday, January 19, 2015

Valentine's Day Decor-Keeping it Simple in the Dining Room

I'm not sure about you, but I've never put much effort into decorating for Valentine's Day before.  This year I wanted to give it a go, but keep it simple.  Since all of the Christmas décor came down, it's been a necessity for me to keep things calm around the house. 



With the crafts I have completed I'd like to think that I am sprinkling the house with Valentine's décor.  I made the wreaths you see on the back of the chairs a few days ago.  It's a cute little craft that I'll be sharing with you all soon.  Surprisingly our current setup in the dining room easily transitioned to "Valentine's Day" décor with the addition of white and pink tulips, and a couple of candles! 

 

Seriously, that's all it took to make this space Valentine's Day festive.  One little craft, some candles and flowers.  So if you are contemplating doing something, but are just too exhausted from the holiday's, remember it doesn't take much.


Will you be decorating your home for Valentine's Day?  I'd love to see if you do!  Let me know in the comments below. 


Thanks for stopping by!





~Iris






8 comments:

  1. Your dining room is elegant and beautiful!

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    1. Thank you so much, Vicki! I'm glad you like it! :)

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  2. It's really is simple and beautiful, love the candles

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    1. Thank you! I needed some simple in my life. LOL! My husband added the candles one day, and I absolutely love that he did too!

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  3. Hi Iris! I wanted to stop by and show your blog some love! Your dining room is gorgeous with its simple vday decor. Love love love the tulips. And the wreaths. And your chairs. Okay fine! I love it all! Have a great weekend!!

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    1. Luisa, you are so sweet! Thank you for taking the time to visit the blog. I really appreciate it! :)

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  4. I love love love all the colors in your home! So calming, fresh, peaceful <3

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