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Valentine’s Home Tour

Valentine’s Day is just a week away. It’s never been a big holiday in our house. I had more fun buying little gifts for the kiddos and leaving them notes of love and encouragement when they were little. Every few years or so, my husband and I would do something special. But in all honesty, neither one of us found it necessary. I hope YOU have some special plans of some sort with a friend or loved one.

BUT, I do love to decorate for the holiday! I’ve already shared several views with y’all, but I thought we would do a little picture tour of my decorated spaces this year.

So with no further words or explanations, welcome to our home!

My uncle made these wooden hearts for me last year. They are so much fun to decorate with!
This was my mantle last year decorated with the same wooden hearts.
It was fun and easy to add just a couple Valentine touches to our guest bath!
The coffee station is one of the most popular places in our home! I love decorating it so that it puts a smile on everyone’s faces!

I hope you enjoyed the photo tour! I so appreciate each one of you who stops by. If you feel so led, leave a little comment to say “hi!”

The first Monday of each month is my favorite time because I get to hang out with the ladies of It’s Good to Be Home blog hop. Click on each of the links to see what they are sharing.

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  1. Love the message in your guest bath! I have been searching for the past 18 months for a server exactly like the one holding your coffee mugs! Please don’t tell me it’s a vintage piece. Can you share the source?

    1. Hi Debra! Thank you so much for stopping by! I am guessing that you are talking about the buffet in the dining room and not the mug rack on the wall by our coffee station. The buffet is not vintage! I believe it was from Ashley furniture. I found it on Facebook Marketplace, and it doesn’t look anything like it did when we bought it. It was stained before and we painted the bottom. We weren’t sure what the top was, but it was all chipped up. We decided to strip it and see, and it ended up being a galvanized metal top that had been coated with something weird. Hope this helps you a little bit!

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