Is your home ready for Valentines?

Updated: Feb 27, 2020

Whether you’re cooking an intimate meal, hosting a dinner party or just relaxing at home, every year on Valentine’s Day we have the chance to celebrate the special relationships we share with friends, family and significant others. It’s a chance to shower our loved ones with gifts such as boxes of chocolates, greeting cards and dozens of red roses.

In the weeks leading up to the most romantic day of the year, it’s a great idea to get cracking on some ways to decorate your home. Whether it is a beautiful flower arrangement in your kitchen or a cosy display of romantic candles, Valentine’s Day decorations will help create an affectionate and warm atmosphere for your loved ones.

To truly set the tone for this lovely day, play with the light by bringing the best combination of candles or smooth daylight throughout the house. Choosing the right scent of a candle for a nice dinner or a romantic night in is important to set the mood right for this special day. There are various candle scents to choose to make the night extra special, from a warm and sensual musk of earthy and woody scents to the floral and relaxing scents of jasmine, and lavender, or a classic soft and romantic vanilla scent which everyone adores.

A great tip to go alongside your candle choice this February, is to use calming, smooth colours to create a relaxing environment throughout. One colour we love to use for this occasion is pink. It might be an obvious choice of colour, but a soft pastel pink can bring an element of peace and calmness within the space. A tip when picking the right shade of pink is to think soft and light since brighter shades with too much red could leave you feeling too overwhelmed. Shades of red, pink and purple colours, combined with creative interior decorating ideas and table decorations can transform and bring loving energy, romance and passion into homes.

Happy Valentine’s Day to you and your loved ones from The BRIC Interiors Family!

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