Okay, truth. Pink is my favorite color. And I know I should be over it -- after all, I'm not a little girl anymore. But when decorating my home for Valentine's Day, I get a few weeks
of guilt-free reprieve and go crazy with pink! From subtle soft pinks to hot vibrant pinks, this cheery vignette is fit for the LOVEly day.
Bougainvillea flowers, freshly cut from my garden, tower over a silver vase and stack of pink books.
The hot pink and hot orange colors of these flowers are dazzling together.
Antique glass ornaments bring a pop of pink to my manzanita tree. To continue the theme, I've nestled the ornaments into mercury glass votive candles beneath the tree. A vibrant heart ornament contrasts beautifully with the tree's sage-colored leaves.
Pink flower prints, cut-out from an old calendar, add a colorful and artistic backdrop to the entire vignette. They are placed in simple silver frames with white matting.
A vintage painting gives the vignette charm and long lasting roses.