Valentine’s Day should not be the only day to consider romance. Incorporating some cute and romantic home décor ideas can be daily reminders to you both about what you mean to each other.
When creating a romantic décor, you choose your style, whether that be traditionally sentimental and dreamy or more adventurous and colorful.
Here we look at some of the fanciful, fantastic and fascinating ideas to consider for every room in your home, as romance is far too important to just be in one room.
A sign of love
A sign of love is a love sign. Love is a word that inspires, secures and strengthens. Why not make a sign that you can display on any wall in your home?
This is perfect if you’re looking for anniversary gifts for husband because you can match it to his style since you can buy wood carved into the word LOVE and all sorts of design variants so that you can choose one that has a more masculine look about it, perhaps in a gold metal or matt grey colour. Perhaps on a metallic sign, that looks like old bar pictures.
When today is best spent in bed
Generally, not many people see your bedroom, so this is the room that you can make your oasis. This can include his and her pillows or a throw with your names embroidered on it or your monogram as a couple.
The choices are as wide as your own imaginations, perhaps put your wedding garters in a hanging framed memory box or bring the outside in with lighting that throws stars on all walls so you feel like you are lying under the stars, and add red roses to the look, which don’t need to be real, but can be made from silk, wood or metal.
A warm feeling you get when you look at a photo of you both on your wedding day…
Waking up in the morning and seeing your favorite wedding photos in a photo frame is a lovely reminder.
If you have some photographs of holidays that you have enjoyed together, or just have photographs of yourselves as a couple that make you feel good about yourselves, then these can go anywhere in the house, perhaps under the stairs on in the cloakroom.
Places you wouldn’t normally expect to see photographs, but a chance to share a bit of fun with others.
Your favorite words in print
There are some subtle ways to be cute and romantic in your home décor that some visitors might not see, but you will know the meaning.
If you have a favorite song, poem or quote. Have this hanging somewhere in your home. It can be in a frame behind glass, pyrographed on wood or written yourself.
Even if your writing is scrawling, try it for a unique piece of décor. With the rise of so many artists online, if your writing is impossible to read, you can commission a piece of décor for your home.
“Love is not consolation. It is light.”
Friedrich Nietzsche was right, that love is light, so why have some romantic lighting that will suit every décor. Candles give off a warm glow and placed on candle chandeliers make any room look romantic.
Add as much, or as little, beading and colour to suit your room’s décor. An alternative is to create a stained-glass window effect.
They sparkle and shine when the sun is out but are only revealed at night if there is light from within, which you can create if you wish.