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Jazz up your home for Valentine's Day

There are ways apart from flowers and a candlelit dinner, to let your loved ones know how much they mean to you. Break the monotony this Valentine’s Day with a colour palette of green, white and red that capture the feel of the season. Here are some tips from HomeLane, India's preferred home interiors brand, to decorate your home and charm your loved ones with easy and interesting “Do-It-Yourself” (DIY) ideas.

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Last Updated: Jan 31, 2020, 04.44 PM IST
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There are ways apart from flowers and a candlelit dinner, to let your loved ones know how much they mean to you. Break the monotony this Valentine’s Day with a colour palette of green, white and red that capture the feel of the season. Here are some tips to decorate your home and charm your loved ones with easy and interesting DIY ideas.

Don’t take down the Christmas tree
Christmas Tree


If the thought of taking down the Christmas tree is daunting, then don’t. Take off the Christmas ornaments and add heart-shaped cut-outs in different sizes, colours and materials to it; and the ‘Valentine Tree’ would be ready in no time.

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Fluffy knot cushions

Upcycle old clothes into decorative knot pillows for your bedroom. Deck up the home with these super easy, fun, and great-looking additions. They provide the right pop of colour in a neutral palette room.

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DIY flower pressing

It takes no more than 10 minutes to highlight your favourite wall using pressed flowers or leaves. With flowers and leaves pressed in books, you can decorate walls behind a sofa or bed’s headboard.

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Don’t miss out the centerpiece


Instead of flowers, bring in a few twigs and add sparkle with hearts made out of colourful construction paper to decorate your table. Wow your loved one at dinner with this personal and beautiful centerpiece.

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Tassel your love

Why not let your partner know how much you love them with every door they open? Hang tassels that have small sweet messages from your doorknob, so your loved one has something sweet to read in every room.


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