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Romance is in the air! How can you add a touch of romance to your home decor?


photo- Shabby Chic Bedding

You can add romance to your home decor all year round.

Seek natural light, add more shades of white, fresh flowers and plenty of subtle lighting, like candles. A romantic home should look lived in ie; open books, throw blankets and vintage pieces here and there.


Here are a few tips to create a romantic feel in your home.




Pick up clutter- Clutter can create stress and kill the romantic vibe.

These bins are a perfect way to quickly pick up shoes and tuck away, or great for quickly sorting laundry.

Keeping the clutter out of sight.




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Fresh Flowers- choose one color, and one kind of flower and display in mass. Or collect and group different size vases and display in a cluster. The fresh fragrance will give a romantic scent to your home.

These whispy branches are so lovely. and sculptural.


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Natural Light and white accessories- Curtain sheers can be layered under your curtain panels. This filters and creates white light while maintaining your privacy.

Add fresh white pillows or white washed wood pieces.


photo- Shabby Chic Fairy Tale Sheer






Fireplace and candles- Fire lit rooms, light by candlelight, what could say, "romantic" more?

I love how the candles have been placed in the hearth instead of a fire.

Adds to the glow and warmth!


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Texture- Find a pillow or

lush area rug with texture.

flokati or sheep skin.

Soft & sensual textiles awakens the senses.

You can just sink your toes in!


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Place setting- use a monochromatic color scheme,

special plates with linen napkins. Adds a sense of occasion and creates a romantic moment.

These copper utensils are everything, they compliment the beautiful china!


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Music- Having relaxing music playing quietly in the background, no TV, is relaxing, and is conducive to intimate conversations.



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Add vintage collections or finds- Bring in weathered wood, patina metal finds or antiqued books. Stack and arrange them with vintage finds, looks collected and nostalgic. You just can't replace vintage with new pieces. Display in groups for more impact.


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A home that looks lived in- layer blankets & comfy throw pillows. Add candles, music, fire in the fireplace, all adds up to your home being cozy and inviting.

I could just dive into that sofa and snuggle up. It looks so cushy and inviting with all of those textures.


Sunlight , flowers and candles = ROMANCE❤️



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