Valentine Tablescape Inspiration: Some of the colors may surprise you!

On this Valentine’s eve, you probably already have your tablescape in mind. If not, here are a few inspiration boards to help you get motivated. Of course, if you’re one who likes to let ideas “simmer” for awhile, just pin these to your Pinterest board, and you’ll be ahead of the game for next year!


Perhaps the most popular color for Valentine’s Day is red.

Table linens, ruby-red dishes, a little button-embellished, heart-shaped pillow to hang on your door. And in my neck of the woods, a beautiful snow-covered red barn.


Valentine red


I suspect the second most popular Valentine color is pink.

It’s certainly a favorite of mine!


Valentine pink


But sometimes I like to stretch myself and use non-traditional colors.


How about adding a touch of blue?

Those great vintage Valentine artists always did!
Valentine blue
 These girls are really special to me! Click on their image to learn why.

 How about BLACK for Valentine’s Day?

… with touches of white, ivory, tan, peach, and orange  I’d love to do a tablescape in these colors! (Maybe next year.)

Valentine black
For more Valentine’s Day-appropriate tablescape inspiration, go HERE.

To see how a simple Valentine can transform a young girl’s life, go HERESeriously… No exaggeration.

To all of you who have sent Valentines for the girls at Hope Unlimited for Children, thank you!  If you haven’t, there’s still plenty of time to get some in the mail (until April 1) since Valentine’s Day in Brazil isn’t until early Summer. Just click the link above to read all about it.
Thank you for stopping by today. I hope you’re having a wonderful Valentine’s weekend and that you know you are loved—because you are!


  1. Happy Valentine’s Day, Susan. I love the black & white alternative to the traditional colors of this celebrated day. My hope for each and every person is to feel light and love surround them in a hope-filled way.