A TOUCH OF ROMANCE IDEAS FOR VALENTINE’S DAY
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.
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.
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.