Get inspired with this collection of 9 Most Exclusive Valentine’s Day decor ideas from romantic table settings to easy DIY Valentine’s Day pillows.

If you are looking for some fabulous Valentine’s Day decor ideas you have come to the right place. Welcome! Today I’m teaming up with 8 extremely talented and very popular bloggers to share our favorite and very exclusive Valentine’s Day decor ideas with you.

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9 Most Exclusive Valentine's Day Ideas

Romantic and Festive Valentine’s Day Decor Ideas to Get You Started

If you’re looking to create a romantic and festive atmosphere for Valentine’s Day, here are some decor ideas to help set the mood:

  1. Heart-shaped Balloons: Fill your home with love by decorating with heart-shaped balloons. Choose red, pink, or even metallic balloons for a touch of glamour. You can place them around the room or create an eye-catching balloon arch as a backdrop.
  2. Candlelight: The soft glow of candles instantly creates a romantic ambiance. Arrange pillar candles or tea lights on tables, shelves, or even in the fireplace. You can also place them in decorative candle holders or lanterns for an added touch of elegance.
  3. Flower Arrangements: Fresh flowers are a classic choice for Valentine’s Day decor. Opt for red roses, which symbolize love, or choose other blooms in shades of pink and white. Arrange them in vases or create floral centerpieces for the dining table.
  4. Romantic Lighting: Use string lights or fairy lights to add a magical touch to your space. Hang them on walls, drape them over furniture, or create a canopy effect above the bed. You can also use LED candles or flameless candles as a safer alternative.
  5. Love-themed Artwork: Hang love-themed artwork or framed quotes on the walls. Look for prints or paintings that feature hearts, couples, or romantic scenes. Alternatively, you can create your own artwork or write love messages on a chalkboard or whiteboard.
  6. Table Setting: Set a romantic table for a special Valentine’s Day dinner. Use a tablecloth or runner in a romantic color like red or pink. Add heart-shaped confetti or rose petals as a decorative touch. Use fancy dinnerware, glassware, and napkins to create an elegant table setting.
  7. Love Notes: Scatter love notes or Valentine’s Day cards around the house. Write sweet messages and place them on mirrors, doors, or in unexpected places. This small gesture will bring a smile to your partner’s face throughout the day.
  8. Romantic Fabrics: Incorporate romantic fabrics into your decor. Use satin or velvet table runners, throw pillows, or blankets for a luxurious touch. You can also drape sheer curtains or fabric panels to create a romantic backdrop.
  9. DIY Crafts: Get creative and make your own Valentine’s Day decorations. Create paper heart garlands, origami love birds, or a heart-shaped wreath for your front door. This personal touch will make your decor even more special.

9 Exclusive Valentine’s Day Decorating Ideas

1. Romantic Table Setting | Pretty in Pink by Ann at Dabbling & Decorating

I found 2 fabulous vintage pink and white dishware sets, each set was under $50, at The Fabulous Find while out “Thrifting with the Gals” in Maine a couple of weeks ago.

Vintage Pink Dishes for Valentine's Day decorating.

And during one Cozy Snow Day at Home in Maine, I decorated our table with these vintage dishware all pretty in pink. Drop by HERE to see more of this romantic table decorated with all the fun Valentine’s Day ideas integrated throughout.

Dining room table decorated for Valentine's Day with pink and white.

2. Heart Pillows from Fabric Scrapes by Rachel at The Pond’s Farmhouse

The ever-talented Rachel shares this absolutely adorable DIY heart pillow that she designed and created using fabric scrapes she had from around her home. Such a great Valentine’s Day idea. How cute is this?

Valentine's Day DIY Pillow in bedroom.

3. Garden-Inspired Valentine’s Day Tablescape by Kim at Shiplap and Shells

Kim grows the most amazing flowers from her 100-year-old home right on the Puget Sound in Washington state. And this Valentine’s Day tablescape will have you swooning over her amazing flower centerpiece and vintage touches. I promise!

How to Create a Garden Inspired Valentine’s Day Tablescape

4. Valentine Decor Vintage Card Cloche by Kristin at White Arrows Home

My friend Kristin lives in the most amazing log cabin in the Northwoods of Wisconsin. And she shares the most fabulous vintage-styled cloche Valentine’s Day ideas. Charming!


You may also enjoy the post, A Thrift Here, a Vintage There, and a Valentine.

5. DIY Valentine Heart Pillow by KariAnne at Thistlewood Farms

KariAnne has some of the best home decor ideas I know. So of course this amazing Valentine’s Day idea, a DIY pillow that she is sharing with you here today does not disappoint. Love it KariAnne!

DIY heart pillow for Valentine's Day decor.

6. How To Make A Grapevine Heart Wreath by Jennifer at Cottage on Bunker Hill

Oh my gosh, do I love this romantic grapevine heart wreath? And it’s so simple to make too. Jennifer walks you right through it step by step. Such a sweet Valentine’s Day idea.

How To Make A Grapevine Heart Wreath

7. Felted Heart Pillows With Pockets for Love Notes by Kelly at The Tattered Pew

I love Kelly’s Valentine’s Day idea to make these felt hearts and what amazing gifts they would make. So thoughtful in both nature and style.

A few years ago I held the door open for a woman right around Valentine’s Day and she handed me a hand-painted rock in gratitude. These felt hearts remind me of that graciousness.

Felted Heart Pillows With Pockets for Love Notes

8. How to Make a Beautiful Heart Wreath by Renae at Peacock Ridge Farm

Renae creates and walks you through how to create your very own Valentine’s Day wreath. I love the rose touches and Cupid’s bow. Fabulous!

How to Make a Beautiful Heart Wreath

9. DIY Shabby-Vintage Valentine Hearts by Amber at The Yellow Brick Home

Amber shares the cutest shabby chic Valentine’s Day decor that is so romantic in nature. Amber’s attention to all the wonderful holiday details will definitely have you inspired.

DIY Shabby-Vintage Valentine Hearts

Remember, the key to Valentine’s Day decor is to create a warm and romantic atmosphere that reflects your love and appreciation for your partner. Choose decor elements that resonate with both of your styles and preferences and don’t forget to add your personal touch to make it extra special.

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  1. Such a fun Valentine’s post full of inspiration! Love your table and your style!

    Happy day!

    1. Thank you KariAnne so glad you joined us💗💗

  2. I am so over the moon with your beautiful red and white dishes Ann. I always get so much inspiration from your vintage-inspired tablescapes.

  3. Your dishes were a good find!! I love how you styled that table…I never find good dishes like that!!

    1. Lol Jennifer. The Fabulous Find in Kittery always has really inexpensive beautiful sets. They practically give them away💗😂

  4. Ann, your tablescape is gorgeous! What a great find, your dishes were. They are so beautiful. It was so much fun hopping with you today. Hugs to you.

    1. Thanks so much Renae. It’s so great to connect with you again here💗💗💗

  5. I just love the dishes you found. Your table is beautiful as usual! So many pretty ideas here!

  6. Ann,
    You know I love your tablescape and I really appreciate you for participating today.