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Valentine’s Day Styling With Justine Wilson

Announcement posted by 360PR 01 Feb 2021

According to Sydney Property Stylist Justine Wilson from Vault Interiors, Valentine’s day doesn’t just have to be for the lovers! She believes whilst it’s great to celebrate couples, in 2021 singles can join in the fun, plus it’s a great excuse to just have some fun and be playful with home décor!

Justine Wilson, Founder of Vault Interiors says, “Styling for Valentine’s Day is a great way to celebrate with your family, friends, partners or pets, why not spread the love! The more you spread your display through your main areas of the home, the more it feels like a styled event and will make a memorable day for you and your loved ones.”
 
Justine’s top 5 styling tips to get your space feeling all loved up:
1. Incorporate pops of red and pink in your décor to create a traditional Valentine’s feel. You can do this in many ways, such as including coloured or heart-shaped cushions or cosy coloured throws on your sofa or bed. Consider adding lots of pretty faux or real flowers across your main surfaces, tables or coffee tables. Also, you can add colour by hanging paper or glitter shape garlands and use colourful table runners or coloured candles sprinkled around - to get the look.


2. Use food to create a Valentine’s buffet or centrepiece. This will be appreciated by your soul mate or your friends. There are many cute Valentine’s products such as themed chocolates, candy, cookies to cupcakes and cakes that you can display. They will look pretty and are also delicious! Consider Cutting strawberries into hearts, or watermelon into fun shapes. Or, use marshmallows, peppermints and lollies, along with fruit and baked goods to create a Valentine’s themed Charcuterie board.

3. Use balloons or wall decals to create a fun vertical display. Large paper flowers, heart decals or pretty balloons can all be mixed for maximum impact. Think about spelling words like love, XOXO or Valentine’s, or even be mine with balloons or garlands to make a wonderful backdrop for that perfect insta shot. There are plenty of cute ones available online, or it’s a fun and easy DIY project also. Using decorative items like this will create a fun sense of occasion for your loved ones.

4. Faux flowers make wonderful garlands to adorn your buffets, entry ways or tablescapes. These are fairly inexpensive, last forever and can also be reused for other events or parties in the future, just swap out some of the colours. Take a base green like faux ivy and use that to weave in other Valentine’s coloured flowers like peonies, hydrangeas or roses. I like to add extra sparkle by introducing metallic tones such as gold or silver, you can spray paint faux floral leaves such as palm fronds or other big leaves for the best impact.

5. Create little pockets of fun decor around your space to enhance the fun. Consider grouping candles and fun displays of chocolates on a hall table, cute lolly bars in your kitchen or use heart-shaped bowls and pink or red design books on your coffee table. You don’t have to spend a fortune on seasonal décor, consider what you already have in these colours or spray-painting old candlestick holders in a soft pink tone for an instant uplift.

“You can often find themed things already if you shop your home. For example, you could display a bowl of pink or red Christmas baubles as a simple way to style a surface. Lots of people are starting to style Valentine’s day themed trees as a way to extend the Christmas fun, just swap out the ornaments,” adds Justine.

For more styling tips go to: www.vaultinteriors.com.au
 

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