pink macaroons and coffee in bed as part of valentines day decor

10 Valentine's Day Decor Ideas for a Cozy Home

Celebrate in style with sophisticated charm and chic elegance.

February 14 is more than a Hallmark holiday. It’s about showing and giving love – to others, ourselves and the world around us, including our home. Celebrate the season of love in style with one of these charming and chic Valentine’s Day décor ideas that will make your home instantly cozier.

valentines day decor large pink floral painting on a white dresser

Think Pink
Pink paintings, pillows, plates, glassware and blankets – a touch of pink brings traditional elegance and playfulness to the entire home.

Candy Hearts
Set a candle in a glass vase and fill it with candy hearts for a colorful, joyful touch, or use the hearts like confetti and sprinkle on an entryway table or buffet. What’s better than edible décor?

pink macaroons, coffee, pink flowers, and a fashion magazine on a white bed for valentines day decor

A Taste of France
Paris is one of the most romantic places in the world, and we can think of no better way to bring the charm of the city into a home than with a bowl or jar of pink French macarons. Set them on your counter for guests to admire and savor, or enjoy them in bed for a moment of indulgence.

A Freshly Lit Fireplace
Many of us have fireplaces, but how often do we actually use them? Give your living room a burst of warmth by cleaning out the chimney and filling it with logs for a change. After all, few things are more enchanting than an evening spent by a crackling fire.

valentines day decor with a floral coffee table book and a fresh bouquet of flowers

Flowers: Two Ways
A new bouquet of flowers, or a coffee table book showcasing the beauty of different floral arrangement adds an element of whimsy to any room.

Cozy Furnishings
Plush pillows and blankets are soft, magical and fuzzy-feeling. Grab a few new couch accessories to make your living room even more cozy.

Keep It Simple
Less is more when it comes to decorating your dining room table. A few roses and a pop of pink with simple white dinnerware is a beautiful, effortless way to make a statement.

gooey chocolate chip cookies still cooling from the oven

Bread, Wine & Chocolate
This one’s for all the foodies out there: Stock your pantry with “treat yourself” foods to savor throughout the week. We’ll be filling ours with bread, wine and chocolate chip cookies like these.

Candles, Candles, Candles
If you don’t have a fireplace, candles and candlesticks offer a radiant glow to any décor setting. Opt for warm, pleasing and sultry scents like vanilla cardamom, cherry chocolate, black currant, amber or exotic sandalwood.

Hot Chocolate Bar
Few things warm up the heart and body like a good cup of customized hot cocoa. Set up a self-serve station, complete with marshmallows, peppermint Andes chips, caramel bits, sprinkles, hot water, cocoa mix and stir sticks on your dining room buffet or kitchen countertop.

This article was written by

Nicolle Picray, Content Marketing & Social Media, Pella Windows & Doors

A self-proclaimed Social Media Geek and DIY aficionado, Nicolle is a member of the Pella Marketing team, focused on content creation and curation. In her free time she can be found pillaging thrift shops for furniture projects, attempting to rationalize with her 4 year old daughter, and editing her husband’s honey-do list.

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