A TOUCH OF RO­MANCE IDEAS FOR VALEN­TINE’S DAY

Mt Druitt - St Mary's Standard (East) - - HOME - Laura Tri­este

ROSES will die and choco­lates will be eaten too quickly, but ro­man­tic home­wares keep the pas­sion burn­ing for as long as you want.

Here are a few ways that you can get your home into the Valen­tine’s Day spirit:

SIGN OF AF­FEC­TION

MAY and Belle’s I Freakin’ Love You print makes a bold state­ment of love with water­colour splashes. Costs $29; down­thatlit­tle­lane.com.au.

SHELF HEART

USE a heart-shaped shelf by bride + wolfe to dis­play your most-loved trea­sures. Made from pow­der-coated steel and cot­ton rope. Costs $290; cran­more­home.com.au.

LASER-CUT LOVE BIRDS

THIS hand­made metal sculp­ture by Ar­tori De­sign of a sil­hou­ette of two love birds can dec­o­rate a shelf, man­tel or cor­ner. Costs $29.95; op­to­coon­line.com.

SHAR­ING TEA TIME

KIKKER­LAND’S Tea for Two is made up of two half mugs on one saucer, mak­ing it easy for tea to be­come a shared de­light. Costs $48.90; thedesigngift­shop.com.

DECA­DENT DESSERT

A SWEET end to din­ner for two is easy with San Churro’s Not Much To Do Fon­due. It in­cludes 150g of milk or dark choco­late but­tons. Costs $16; sanchurro.com.

Clock­wise from top left: pink heart shelf; I Freakin’ Love You Print; Not Much To Do Fon­due.

Tea for Two Half Mugs; and the Love birds metal sculp­ture.

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