Christmas and New Year’s are done. Phew! You can all breathe a long sigh of relief… or eat a bar of chocolate… or maybe go get a massage. I’m always just a little bit exhausted by the time New Year’s is over, but I still like to have a little something up for Valentine’s Day. One area that I like to decorate with my Valentine’s Day decor is my entryway. I love to change out my entry table with fun seasonal decor and Valentine’s Day is no exception. Take a look at my adorable and fun Valentine’s Day decor entryway.
Valentine’s Day Decor for my Entryway
Focal Point – My first design was to assemble some sort of focal point on my entry table. I grabbed my XOXO cutout and attached it to my wreath for the perfect eye-catching focus. I just used twine to tie on the cutout so I can remove it eventually. Don’t you love that blush pink color? It looks lovely against the green foliage.
Layering Items – But before I added my cutout to my wreath, I layered my chicken wire frame with some simple garlands.
So let’s talk a little about this cute vignette! I try to keep my decor clean and minimal because nothing drives me more crazy than having what I like to call decor clutter. Instead of having an overwhelming amount of decor I like to layer. For example, I layered my chicken wire frame with yarn pom poms, a felt heart garland and this darling wreath. It adds so much dimension without being overwhelming.
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Adding Color – Filling a stacked tray is also a good way to add a little bit of color that is contained. I filled a few jars with heart candies I found at the Dollar Store. They are perfect for decorating, especially if you don’t care about them being eaten. The brilliant pops of red are also a nice addition if you want more bold vibrance.
Simple Fillers – I also used some greenery, flowers, wood beads and candles to fill in the bare spaces. You can also add a cutout or word sign to hang over your tiered tray too.
Balance Your Table – Once you’ve completed your tiered tray, make sure to add in some kind of Valentine’s Day decor that balances out your focal point. I just added a simple vase with flowers and greenery.
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