When Valentine’s Day arrives, how about innovating and changing the look of the house with beautiful vintage decorations for Valentine’s Day? Vintage decorations are a great way to make your home feel more romantic, as well as being an excellent choice for your home sweet home. Here are some vintage decor ideas that can help win hearts on this special date or any other occasion.
Vintage decorations for Valentine’s Day
Celebrated on the 12th of June, throughout Brazil, the Valentine’s Day. It is a date celebrated by couples in love, and therefore deserves a special decoration, which helps to increase the atmosphere of romance. That’s why vintage decor can be a great choice to surprise your loved one.
Of course, some decorations are priced higher, but that doesn’t mean you can come up with ideas that can come close to vintage decor especially when it comes to a special occasion.
Some women ask if vintage is just temporary or can be used permanently. Well, let’s answer like this, I really like vintage decor and I’ve been using it in my house for a long time, before it became a trend in decor like today.
Another thing that changes the decoration of the house is usually married women, that’s why it’s not cheap to keep changing decorations, unless of course you have a “pot of gold” (which is not my case), so I chose to leave it permanently and whenever I can I use a few different things to style or improve my vintage decor.
Is it tacky to use vintage as decor? OF COURSE NOT. The idea is to leave the house romantic, like a moment for two. Entering the house and feeling relaxed, comfortable and passionate is what this type of decoration is all about.
Among the different styles of decoration, vintage is an excellent option for the date of Valentine’s Day, as it refers to a more nostalgic air, in addition to transmitting tranquility and delicacy and an atmosphere of affection and passion.
Sober and Delicate Color
To make a vintage decoration on Valentine’s Day, you can start by using more sober and delicate colors, such as gold, rose gold, beige, Tiffany blue, beige and brown, pink even lilac!
These tones can appear on decorative objects, furniture, paintings, curtains, pillows, rugs and other items, greatly changing the look of the house or a specific room.
Photos in vintage decor
The decoration with photos. It’s a great request for the date. You can use a selection of romantic and/or funny photos of the couple, and to make them look like old photos, apply filters like black and white, sepia, etc. Choose picture frames that follow the style.
To provide differentiated lighting, bet on vintage lampshades, which can be combined with scented candles, making the mood more seductive.
They cannot be missed on this special day, as they refer to affection, love, seduction, etc. For vintage decoration with flowers, make arrangements with various types of flowers and spread around the house, using colored cans or bottles.
The retro decoration for Valentine’s Day is even more characterized with the use of objects that recall the happy moments of the couple. You can, for example, make a pile of old suitcases, remembering the trips, put photos in oval frames and decorate the wall with letters and cards exchanged by the couple.
Vintage romantic dinner
For that romantic dinner, the tip is to use ceramic tableware, floral arrangements in colorful bottles, candles and other items that refer to romanticism and retro style.
Romantic notes taped to the fridge door or wall, vintage wallpaper, old chairs and even a different outfit can make Valentine’s Day seem like it’s being celebrated at another time.