Gloucestershire Echo - - PROPERTY NEWS -

Love and food are in­ex­tri­ca­bly linked, as both in­volve the same senses – taste, touch, smell and sight.

A ro­man­tic meal should be a high­light of the Valen­tine evening, al­though an in­ti­mate

break­fast could be a great way to start the day.

Cre­ate your own sen­sual oc­ca­sion with a pretty ta­ble set­ting.

‘Less is more’ is the rule here – so limit your­self to just a few nods to the hearts and roses theme, and it’ll be taste­ful rather than tacky.

A cen­tre­piece bowl of flow­ers, hearts ta­ble scat­ter, soft can­dle­light and a ro­man­tic note on a plate, may be all the in­gre­di­ents you need.

So­phie All­port pe­ony fab­ric place­mat, £7.50; Pe­ony Coast­ers set of four, £14 (so­phie all­

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