Accompany me today for some vintage and thrifty shopping in beautiful Vermont. We’ll find a thrift here and a vintage there. And a bit of Valentine’s, too.

Valentine’s Day decor doesn’t need to be traditional hearts and candy. I was charmed by how these white ironstone platters were displayed with vintage ironstone pink dishes.

Red-painted pinecones caught my eye, too. How cute would a basket full of red pine cones be on a coffee table, bookshelf, next to a chair, etc., as Valentine’s Day decor?

This large silver bucket was a beauty and I turned it into a vase with pink tulips for Valentine's Day.

At this point in my shopping journey, I had collected a vintage champagne bucket, a blue stoneware pitcher, a set of 4 Hartley Greens Leeds Pottery dishes, and a vintage French basket.

Do you have a red lantern hanging around somewhere? How cute would these be decorated at the front door, on a mantel, stairway, etc…

Collect vintage paint brushes and display them in a red basket or tin for Valentine's Day.  Set them on a coffee table, craft table, or desk.

Accent art that showcases pink flowers or a pink hue. Pictures like these add so much to a room during the winter months.

Vintage heart cake pans and wall hangings are perfect Valentine’s Day touches on a door, wall, shelf, etc…

The finally were these vintage Head skis, a favorite of mine to decorate with.  Stop by the blog today and see all the ways to decorate with Vintage Valentine's Decor and more!

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