Valentine’s Day in the Kitchen

I don't usually decorate for Valentine's Day but decided to add a few fun touches to my kitchen this year.

Come take a look at how just a few little additions can get you in the holiday spirit!

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Valentine's Day Decor in the Kitchen

A few Valentine's Day dishtowels from Target paired with some fun decorated cookies, my green milk glass plates and cake plate and the cutest little set of strawberry salt & pepper shakers and jam jar make a cute vignette on my island. 

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I picked up these cute strawberry accessories at an antique store. I encourage you to always be looking for quirky thngs that catch your eye!  They add personality to your space. 

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On my side board, I added a cute green and red berry decorative ceramic pan and my watermelon canvas art.  Just these touches of red paired with my green dishes make it look festive. 

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The little pan was also thrifted!  The watermelon canvas art is available at White Cottage Home Store (link). The bread box was purchased on Amazon.  Here is a similar one I found (link).

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I don't see these exact towels on Target's website, but they were purchased in the Dollar Spot.

I'm curious, do you add Valentine's Day decor?

XO,

 

  1. Wow amazing! very creative I love yourkitchen designs! keep sharing.

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