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Blush and Black Farmhouse Valentines Decor

Monday, February 3, 2020

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I'm sharing simple and inexpensive projects in blush and black that added soft farmhouse Valentines Day style to my home.
cubby with Valentines decor and mugs

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Welcome friend! If you like blush and black, you are in the right place! Those are the colors I chose to decorate with for Valentine's Day this year! Other than a couple pillows that I made last year, I didn't really own any Valentines decor...so I made some! I'm excited to share my Valentines decorated home with you today in the hopes that you'll be inspired to try something new in your own home!

These projects are all quick and easy to do, and I love that they emphasize the farmhouse style that I love.

Blush and black may not be traditional Valentines colors, but they work much better with my neutral style! And remember...it's my home so I can do whatever I want! 😍 And YOU absolutely can too! Don't let trends or someone else's style force you into a box! Think about what you love and find ways to bring that into your home!

Valentines Kitchen Decor


black and white buffalo check kitchen decor

The biggest dose of Valentines decor happened in my kitchen. I already had the black and white curtains in here, and I think they'll stay here awhile! I also think black and white buffalo check is farmhouse perfect ANY time of the year, and it works very nicely with my blush theme for Valentine's Day!

I loaded my distressed white pew/bench (currently marked way down!) with pillows. My new favorite is the buffalo check heart pillow that works so perfectly in my home! The small heart pillow started life off as a set of two placemats from Target. I just sewed them together and stuffed them with polyfill! It's hard to see, but the trim is mini black pompoms.

farmhouse kitchen Valentines decor

The mug cubby hanging on the wall above the bench has had many lives! It started life out as a craft cabinet and I repurposed it to work in my kitchen to hold some of my Rae Dunn mugs and cream ironstone collection. I shared the tutorials for the XOXO sign and the small dollar store heart sign earlier this month.

The best part of making something yourself is that you decide the color, the size and the style!

close up DIY mugs

I'll be sharing the DIY conversation hearts later this week. I don't own any Rae Dunn Valentines mugs, but I made my own by cutting out vinyl and applying the design to the back. It's a good thing because those pink and black mugs are brand new! I'm kinda loving the HOT CHICK one!! 💗😃

Valentines day tiered tray decor

My tiered tray was a Christmas gift, and styling it for Valentines Day was so much fun! I also received the set of mini marshmallow cups, and they are so cute; those sweet little faces make me smile! Keeping to the blush and black theme, I decorated some mini rolling pins (tutorial to come), made a small gnome and added some pink paper straws.

farmhouse coffee station

The blush and black continues at my farmhouse coffee station. That sweet decorative tea towel was a dollar store DIY that you can find here.

buffalo check DIY dish towel

Rae Dunn cannisters

Valentines Living Room Decor


Let's head on into our living room. The XO felt pillow was a no-sew DIY last year. I also purchased the faux fur blush throw last year. It is SO soft and I love the cozy texture it adds to this space!

farmhouse living room with antique door and blush accents

The buffalo check painted mason jars are another easy DIY that I shared a couple years ago.

DIY XO felt pillow

I'll be sharing the tutorial for the blush pink painted mason jar next week. It is amazing how something as simple as painting a mason jar can bring so much style to a space! I love thrifty, easy projects like this!

painted mason jars


heart shaped rope coasters

We are loving these DIY heart-shaped coasters I made from dollar store rope! They are a generous size, have great farmhouse texture and were really easy to make! I hung some mini boxwood wreaths from the tall narrow chalkboards I purchased from Antique Farm House, and wrote some simple chalk words on them for the season.

farmhouse sofa with chalkboards

Millie loves anything soft! She thinks this small sheepskin rug I purchased at IKEA is for her!

farmhouse Valentines living room

Valentines Sunroom Decor


I am notorious for moving things around in my home. It's a great way to get a brand new look for nothing! In the sunroom, I moved the vintage inspired daybed to the gallery wall, and brought back in the small armchairs. I love this little conversation area! I also moved the cream rug into here for the rest of the winter because we got a gorgeous new rug in the living room.

sunroom

I used more items that I found at the dollar store to upcycle this LOVE sign with black buffalo check.

dollar store DIY sign

farmhouse daybed with cottage style

Even though there's more furniture in here now, this room actually feels bigger! If you're interested in making the drop cloth XO pillow that you see on my daybed, here is the tutorial.

white cottage dresser and greenery

On the other side of the sunroom is my cottage white dresser that I painted after years of living with the dingy look! I made this heart shaped wreath recently for only $9 and I'll be sharing that tutorial next week for Thrifty Style Team!

Valentines Dining Room


Last on our tour, let's pop into the dining room. I kept the Valentines decor simple and neutral in here with white vases, greenery and pops of pink.

Valentines dining table decor

The texture on the table from the wood tray, the willow chargers and the DIY wood bead napkin rings keeps it farmhouse friendly instead of cutesy.

pink gingham napkin and DIY napkin ring

Thank you for touring my Valentines decor! Did you spot any red? There was only one item that was red! I really love the blush and black together and plan to continue some of that into my Spring decorating!

I hope you clicked through to the projects that interested you! And keep your eye out for more DIY and decorating goodness in the days ahead! For more farmhouse Valentines ideas, click here.

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