It’s only fitting that I’d be totally in love with my Valentine’s Day decorations since the holiday is all about love! Stop by the lake and find some Valentine’s Day coffee bar decorating inspiration for your own home.
Love is in the air here at the lake and I’ve been dying to share the love with you, my friend! I truly wish I could snap my fingers and have my ideas magically appear on my blog but you and I both know that’s pretty much impossible.
The reality is I have to first come up with an idea, buy all my materials, do all the decorating, photograph everything just right, and then finally write about it before posting it on the blog.
It’s quite the process…but I love it so much and can’t imagine doing anything else!
Realistically though, it takes me a couple of days to have something show up live on my website. For someone like me who loves to share all my ideas on Instagram ASAP, it takes a ton of self-control to not spill the beans about a post too soon.
Most of the time I can keep things on the down-low with a little mental pep talk. “Tiffany, get ahold of yourself girl! Don’t ruin the surprise for your followers.”
But then there are times, times like tonight, where I know I’ll probably be up way past midnight writing this post but I don’t mind one bit. I need to show you how adorable my Valentine’s Day decorations turned out and I literally can’t wait until tomorrow to do it!
I had way too much fun decorating my bar area for Valentine’s Day. I’m truly a sucker for hearts and all things pink!
And because you know I’m obsessed with my blues and teals, I had to sneak a few hints of the colors in my Valentine’s Day decor too. It’s a personal challenge for me to add those colors to all my home decor.
One of my favorite places to decorate within my home is the bar area. Our bar was custom made for us and is a major focal point in our kitchen and dining room area. I love to deck it out for all the holidays and Valentine’s Day wasn’t an exception.
Are you ready to take a look around? Your tour awaits you…
Valentine’s Day Coffee Bar Decorations
For the record, our custom bar doubles as a coffee bar and regular bar too. It’s a beast of a space to decorate but I just love doing it! It’s the final product that gets my heart racing.
I’m obsessed with the tin heart display I found at Hobby Lobby for my bar shelf. The three hearts are actually all one piece. I added some spring colored flowers inside each of the hearts to bring some life to the piece. The small white buckets along with the pink heart were found in the Dollar Spot at Target.
The coffee bar side of our custom bar is home to a Keurig, a smaller shelf for coffee mugs, and a two-tiered wire basket to hold all our coffee supplies. You’ll also notice three canisters that we use to hold our loose coffee, tea bags, and hot chocolate packets.
I love finding small, flat plates to place in front of my Keurig as a spoon rest. This LOVE plate was a Cracker Barrel find from years ago. Isn’t it just adorable?
I decorated my two-tiered wire basket with a few small heart plates as well as a couple of heart canisters I found at Target. I also found a variety pack of XO foam letters in teal, pink and red that you’ll see placed throughout the entire bar area.
Something else I love adding to my wire basket…themed coffee stirrers! I hit the jackpot with these XO and Love stirrers I found at Target.
Moving over to the adults-only side of the bar you’ll notice my white cake stand from Home Goods. I placed heart-shaped ramekins I found at Michaels on top along with another foam teal XO. I purchased the value pack of the XO’s for just a few bucks at Target. For the price, I think they make quite a statement!
Directly above the cake stand, you’ll notice some fun Valentine’s Day blocks. They are the same blocks I used for my Easter decor. I love the blocks because they’re interchangeable for multiple holidays. The pink heart is just a cute frame I found at the Target Dollar Spot.
I love my white pitcher from Target! To add some Valentine’s Day vibes to the pitcher I simply placed some willow branches in the pitcher and hot glued on foam hearts.
I was able to find red and white hearts already made.
For the teal hearts, I had to buy teal foam and cut them myself.
It was beyond simple and an easy way to add my teal accent color to the decor.
You’ll also notice a few more XO foam letters placed along the top cabinets of the bar. The cute heart banner draped across the top was also found at Target.
Last but not least, my beautiful floral wreath is front and center for all to see. I always find the best wreaths for a good price at Joann Fabrics. This one will take me straight through spring!
These Valentine’s Day coffee bar decorations have my heart skipping a beat! Will you be decorating for Valentine’s Day this year? Everyone could use a little extra love in their home, don’t you think?
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Jaclyn from Coffee, Pancakes, and Dreams
Brittany from Dreams and Coffee
Mary Leigh from Live Well Play Together
Tiffany from Lake Life State of Mind
Lindsay from Lindsay’s Sweet World
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