Valentine’s Day Decor, Ideas, & Inspiration

In this guide, you’ll find everything from Valentine’s Day decor and romantic table settings to Valentine’s gift ideas and more. Find a Valentine’s tablecloth that you can use again and again. Learn how to transform you bathroom into a romantic bath, and see our top recommendations for items to have on hand for a romantic bubble bath. See ways to design and style a bedroom that looks ready for romance. Take a look and bookmark or Pin your favorite ways to celebrate love on Valentine’s Day–or any time of year!

Celebrate love with flowers, romantic bedding, and other Valentine's Day ideas

Valentines Day Ideas: 5 Fresh Ways To Celebrate Love

We’re serving up unique Valentines Day ideas this year. If you’re tired of the same old ideas for Valentine’s Day that include boxes of chocolates and red hearts, you’ve come to the right place. If you’re looking for things to do for Valentine’s Day, just come and see what we have in store!

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A red Valentine tablecloth at a romantic table for two with wine and chocolate cake  is among our Valentine's Day ideas

Celebrate Love: A Valentine Tablecloth & Romantic Table Settings

A Valentine tablecloth that isn’t covered with hearts makes for romantic table linen that you can use year-round. You may stay home for Valentine’s Day, but that’s no excuse not to pull out all the stops! Whether you want to set a romantic dinner table or create a lighthearted atmosphere, take this day to celebrate love in all of its forms!

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Romantic Bedding That Reflects Your Take On Romance

If you’ve always wanted a romantic bedroom, then style your bed with romantic bedding! New bedding offers an easy way to give your bedroom a gorgeous update. Of course, we realize that the term “romantic” conjures different imagery within our minds’ eyes. In this post, you’ll find bedroom ideas to help you reflect your personal take on romance.

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7 Romantic Shower Curtains For A Dreamy Bath

Hang one of our romantic shower curtains in the bath to whisk yourself away to a beautiful place of bliss and renewal. Add a few extra touches of French country or shabby chic decor, and you’ll have one gorgeous and romantic bathroom ready for you!

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Red roses on a bed symbolize romantic bedding and other romantic updates and  Valentine's Day ideas

12 Romantic Bath Ideas for a Romantic Bubble Bath

With Valentine’s Day approaching, why not plan a romantic bath? It’s the perfect way to unwind and reconnect. Since romance means different things to different people, we’ve put together a few different bath ideas that are each romantic in their own way.

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Valentine's Day gifts for him beyond meats, liquor, and socks

9 Unique Valentine’s Day Gifts for Him

You’re in search of unique Valentine’s gifts for him. Something he won’t normally get for himself, yet something that he will actually enjoy. From billowy cotton quilts to homemade meals and personalized coffee pots, here are nine unique Valentine’s Day gifts for him that he will truly cherish.

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Unique Valentine's Day gifts for her beyond flowers and chocolates

9 Unique Valentine’s Gifts for Her

You want to impress her this Valentine’s Day with extraordinary gifts and gestures she won’t forget. It can be hard filtering through the basic and often low-quality gifts for this holiday—at the store and online. Lucky for you, we’ve put together a list of nine Valentine’s gifts for her she’ll truly love.

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13 responses

  1. I am planning a family dinner with both my daughters and husbands and my granddaughter. I plan on using my new large “for the love of chocolate” tablecloth and my mothers China and my grandmothers crystal glassware and dessert dishes. Hopefully I will get a photo of the table to send to you.

    Oh bye the way the comment posted about “the love of chocolate” being blab is just crazy! It is a rich beautiful pattern when just on the table and when the table is set for company it is warm sophisticated and stunning. I love it! I also have several Persian block print tableclothes plus your green tablecloth. We have your curtains in 3 room in our home also. Your linens go perfectly with our Persian carpets and allnour eclectic artwork.

  2. I have the spice table cloth and love the way it looks with my living room. I would love to see the chocolate one with my decor. I will be making my husband dinner and the raspberry tart looks like a great dessert. I will have to find a recipe for something similar.

    Thanks for the ideas.


  3. I really love the designs. As a textile artist I would use them traditionally of course as window dressings, bedding and tablecloths, but I would probably buy extra to sew into gift bags and/or lunch sacks. I enjoy giving gifts covered with beautiful fabric rather than paper. Your designs are perfect!

  4. A great, spicy and “hot” valentine’s day table will be
    An Indian Summer table runner
    Dinnerware in Paprike color from Pier1 – link below,default,pd.html
    Aromatic indian Chai or Mexican hot chocolate in these mango colored mugs,default,pd.html
    Hive Vase in summer melon color
    Permanent paper roses from west elm

    Spicy Indian or Mexican food followed by spiced chai or Mexican hot chocolate.

  5. I think the India Rose design will set a nice Valentine’s ambiance at our dinner table. We make a special dinner for our 5 yr old and ourselves. After the little one goes to bed, I’ll move the tablecloth onto our bed, light some candles, put on some music and serve dessert on the bed. Its our Valentine’s Day tradition!

  6. India Rose is what I would use for Valentine’s Day in a table cloth as well as cushions for dining chairs and use some of the fabric as a border on white or cream napkins. I would have pink roses in silver a silver bowl, too. Very soft and romantic.

  7. My favorite of all of your print’s in the Sultan’s Palace. The colors are so vibrant and beautiful. For Valentine’s day the colors would pop in the tablecloth or table runner when paired with white plates, champagne glasses, and red rose petals as a beautiful contrast against the rich purple-blue of the print.

  8. I love these prints! If you own an apartment, a bedspread size print hung on the wall with thumbtacks would change the whole mood of the room and be an easy way to decorate without damaging the walls. It would make a great atmospheric change for a day like Valentines too!

  9. Vandana

    I am a die hard cotton freak. I adore all the ethnic prints of Saffron Marigold. Be it Rajasthani block print or refreshing flower prints or the rich vibrant colors of Moroccon Orange entwined with the rustic indian spice or the passionate luscious red of the Valentines.
    You name it you’ll have all the elements that can brighten up the ambience of any room.
    To me personally, I get rejuvenated (spiritually) by visualizing the rich colors which is
    an integral aspect of my life. In totality the rainbow of colors that I see in all your fabrics are spectacular. Colors influence our emotions, our actions and how we respond to various people, things and ideas and finally its impact on our daily lives. I look forward to your dreams of India.

  10. I think the Vanilla glacé would make a beautiful backdrop for any Valentine’s celebration. There is something subtly beautiful and romantic about the curvy pattern of the print. The color would be a great pairing for the classic reds and pinks that this day calls for. It would look simple and elegent as the setting for a dinner. It would also make lovely bedding for a romantic evening. I can just see red rose petals strewn across a bed illuminated by candlelight.

  11. I love the reds of Ruby Kilim and Spice Route. My husband and I built a small strawbale house with a loft. The underside of the loft forms the ceiling of one of the bed nooks. This nook resembles a train sleeper, only roomier with wooden walls. I use my Ruby Kilim duvet cover on the bed and Spice Route curtains framing it to create a very lush and intimate space. There are big pillows and wall sconces and when the curtain is closed a nice private enclosure with lush tapestry is created. I imagine a curtain pulled back, revealing a tray of chocolate covered strawberries and champagne on a wicker tray.

    I can provide photo of the space if you are interested. The warm tones of wood with red is very inviting.

  12. I like the brown but I much prefer rich jewel tones and vibrant earth tones. I might buy it as a tablecloth but I would not want an entire room in chocolate brown.

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