I recently went to Target to once again spend all of my money and I came across the most adorable Valentine’s Day decor from the dollar spot. Now, I must admit that I’m not a big fan of celebrating Valentine’s Day, but now that I’m married and a mother to the sweetest little boy, I’ve got to say that I like celebrating it now.
So there I was in the Target dollar spot for hours….HOURS! I scooped up some goodies all pictured here.? This is a simple way to add a little pink into your home decor.
When styling your shelves you want to make sure you do the following:
1. Create visual interest through height – make sure when displaying objects on your shelves that they have varying heights for a larger visual impact.?
2. Add greenery. OK, I know I don’t have any greenery in this photo, but I do have plants in other parts of my kitchen which balance everything.
3. Choose a color palette – it is important to have a clear and consistent color palette when styling your shelves. For instance, In my photo above I’m using whites and blushes for Valentine’s Day. I’m a neutral decor lover.?
4. Don’t overcrowd your shelves with stuff. You don’t want them to look cluttered.?
Do you decorate for Valentine’s Day? Let me know in the comments.?
Brass brackets – Rejuvenation?
Marble shelves – West Elm
Blush bowls – Anthropologie?
Wine glasses – World Market