Looking for romantic and fun ways to transform your home for Valentine’s Day? We have 25+ Valentine’s Day decorations ideas for every room of the house, from the kitchen to the bedroom and even outdoors.
25 Romantic Valentine’s Day Decorations for Every Space in Your Home
Our mega-list of Valentine’s Day decorations will fill every space in your home with love and joy this year.
Valentine’s Day Decor Ideas
Need a few basic ideas for Valentine’s Day decor? Here are a few DIY projects to try.
1. Heart Branches
Looking for a subtle but thoughtful way to decorate your home for Valentine’s Day? This idea will work in any home.
Grab a pretty serving plate and add:
- A bowl of red fruit (apples are perfect)
- A decorative pitcher filled with heart branches
- A little wooden heart
YouTuber Jessica Griffin has a fun tutorial for this display:
2. Paper Lanterns and Pink Checkered Bows
How gorgeous is this fireplace? Even if you don’t have a fireplace, you can create a pretty Valentine’s Day garland with paper lanterns, paper pompoms and pink checkered bows. We love that she also added bows to other decor around her fireplace and on her mantle.
The XOXO art is the icing on the cake.
3. A Basket of Flowers and Hearts
This adorable basket of flowers and hearts is perfect for adding a touch of Valentine’s Day to your entryway, living room or wherever you please.
Roc Paper Scissors has a fun tutorial on how to create this little hot air balloon. You’ll need just a few basic craft supplies:
- Poster board or cardstock
- Baker’s twine
- A pot for the plant
- Floral foam
- Bamboo skewers
- Glue gun
Follow her steps to make this cute heart-themed decoration.
Valentine’s Day Bathroom Décor
Why not get ready for the day with love surrounding you? These bathroom decor ideas will help you start off every day feeling like Cupid is ready to shoot you with his arrow.
4. Red and Pink Heart Decor
This bathroom is all decked out for Valentine’s Day, but not in an over-the-top way. You can recreate this same look in your bathroom. Here’s what you’ll need:
- A heart-themed shower curtain
- A red bathroom mat set
- Valentine’s Day themed towels
- Other cute little red decor items that match your personality
5. Simple Valentine’s Day Bathroom
You don’t have to go all-out when decorating your home for Valentine’s Day. It’s the little accents that make all the difference. In this bathroom, all they added was a cute decorative display in the corner and a red striped hand towel.
We love the “you + me = love” sign and the hearts in the display basket.
6. Gnomes Valentine’s Day
Changing your shower curtain is such a simple way to decorate for Valentine’s Day, and it transforms the entire room. The gnome theme is perfect for this holiday, and you can find so many adorable V-day shower curtains with gnomes online.
Valentine’s Day Bedroom Décor
Add a little bit of love to your bedroom with these simple, enticing decor ideas.
7. Heart Garland and Pillows
Decorating your bedroom for Valentine’s Day can be as simple as changing your pillowcases and headboard decorations. String heart garland across your headboard and switch out your old pillowcases for ones with hearts. Add a few decorative pillows and red berry garland for the top of the headboard.
8. Red, White and Black Decor
The red and black decor in this room really pops against the white and silver accents – perfect for Valentine’s Day. It’s so simple to recreate this look in your own home. Start with a red velvety throw blanket at the foot of the bed and add red and black throw pillows.
Hang a few rose petal hearts from the mirrors (or walls if you don’t have mirrors) and finish with a bouquet of red flowers. Save the gifts and petals for the big day.
9. A String of Hearts
Here’s a fun and simple idea for bedroom decor. Hang a string of heart garland on the wall above your bed and a few paper hearts from the ceiling. Add a heart throw blanket and some pretty pink throw pillows and voila!
Valentine’s Day Front Door Décor
Step into your home with love. These ideas will make your heart melt the moment you walk in the door.
10. Will You Be My Valentine?
We adore the Valentine’s Day decorations in this front door entryway. Everything from the striped rug to the XOXO sign makes this space so fun and welcoming. The LOVE welcome sign and “Will You Be My Valentine?” decorations on the door are perfect. You can easily DIY a lot of this wall art.
11. Heart Door Hangers
With door hangers like these, you’ll feel loved and welcome every time you come home. You can make your own door hangers, or you can hang heart wreaths from ribbon to decorate your front door. Either way, the neighbors will be impressed – and you’ll love coming home.
12. Pretty in Pink
How adorable is this porch? They even reuse some of their Christmas decorations for this one. Hang heart garland around the door frame, add little heart ornaments to your greenery, hang a Valentine’s Day wreath on the door and finish with a heart-themed doormat.
Valentine’s Day Outdoor Decor
Outdoor decor allows you to step inside a home filled with love. And these ideas will make it easier for you to create this look.
13. Paper Heart Entry
Paper hearts are attached to the string lights on the top left of the door. Add in your heart welcome mat and pots with hearts stemming up from them and you’ll complete this look.
14. Step Inside the Love House
15. Swinging Love
Valentine’s Day Table Décor
Your table offers a wide-open space that you can fill with amazing Valentine’s Day decorations. Let’s take a look at a few ideas.
16. Set the Table of Love
If you plan on having guests over, they’ll surely gasp when they see your table placements looking like this. You’ll need to buy quite a few items for this look:
17. Pour Out the Roses
A ceramic pitcher is at the core of this idea and is filled with roses. Real roses will add a beautiful fragrance to your space and make a huge difference here. Next, prop up a candy heart container and add a few fake rose petals around the pitcher to add to the look.
18. A Tray of Love
Your simple dining room table can be transformed into a tray of love. You can use the neat, giant wooden tray that you see in this photo, but you can also nix that and just place the decorations on your table.
For this idea, you’ll need:
While the person who created this design used fake flowers, you can use real ones if you have the budget.
Valentine’s Day Kitchen Décor
You spend a lot of time in the kitchen – decorate it. Kitchens are the one area of the home that doesn’t get enough love, but these ideas will have you tossing and turning at night in anticipation of how great your kitchen can look.
19. Cabinet Mastery
Cabinets take up a ton of kitchen space, yet they’re one of the areas that people neglect when decorating. You can take a page from this person’s book with awesome heart cutouts (like these ones) and add ribbons to hang them.
A large, fake rose heart wreath will complete the look.
20. Simple Hearts Everywhere
If some of these decor ideas are simply too much for you to handle, don’t worry – there are plenty of other ones. Add hearts galore to your fridge, the back of your chairs and even on your kitchen cabinets.
21. Country-Cozy Kitchen
First off, can we all appreciate how quaint this kitchen looks? And with the Valentine’s Day theme, it’s even better. You’ll need a lot of decor items: curtains, towels, soap dispenser and just little accents like the hanging heart ribbons.
Valentine’s Day Fireplace Decor
Valentine’s Day decorations with fireplaces look so cozy. If you have a fireplace, you’ll love some of the decor ideas in store for you below.
22. Gnome Love
23. Red and White Everything
Red and white ribbons are used extensively in this room. You’ll find plenty of ribbon options on Amazon:
Add in some flower hearts and a floor lantern, and you have most of this look complete.
24. Postcard Perfect with Lanterns, Candles and More
How are people this decor-savvy? You’ll need quite a few things to recreate this look: candles, floor lanterns, love sign and fake rose garland. I recommend that you use LED candles for this look because they’re much safer with no risk of fire.
25. Be Mine on the Mantle
It’s impossible not to smile when you see this fireplace mantle. You’ll notice the cute picture frames with the “Be Mine” lettering. You can buy a pack of these and add the lettering yourself.