Valentine’s Day is a day when you can really show your loved one how much you care! And what better way than by adding some unique and romantic touches to your home.
Today’s lifestyle is often very fast-paced with little time to sit down with your loved one and just appreciate them for who they are. We rush around, juggling a hundred different things, often with little time just to ‘be’ together.
So this Valentine’s Day, why not take the opportunity to create a beautiful, romantic space for you and your loved one to relax, eat a delicious meal, chat and just be together.
I’ve taken part in a skills swap with the talented Sapna Odlin Photography and she has created some fantastic, romantic photos with my Valentine’s range. Check them out below, or click here to shop the range.
Do you redecorate/rearrange your house to match each season? I don’t and didn’t really know that it was a thing until recently. But it seems that seasonal home decor is a thing and that maybe I should be making more effort!
The reason I don’t change my home decor is purely time. In between working the day job, running Concrete Gems and looking after my boys, there isn’t much time left. What time remains is spent enjoying family time and trying to redecorate the house to bring it up to date from the 80’s to 2019, which has taken 2 years so far. So redoing the decor for each season isn’t really achievable.
There are, however, plenty of easy and quick things that you can do to make your house reflect the season, without spending loads of time and effort.
Bring natural elements into your home that reflect the season. Daffodils and succulents in spring, for example, bright coloured flowers in summer, herbs and colourful fallen leaves for autumn, and of course pine cones for winter.
Again there are different colours which emulate the seasons. In spring I like yellows and greens. For summer, I like bright blues and pinks. Autumn is about reds, oranges and browns. And winter is white, gold and silver.
In winter, I like to have lots of pretty lights and candles around the house. In spring it’s more about fresh, clean, minimalism. For summer I like fresh flowers and bold prints. And for autumn, why not try some of my concrete pumpkins and some dried autumn leaves to set off your seasonal home decor.