Valentine’s Day – A Different Type of Display

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I’m sharing my kitchen island today. I left a few items from Christmas on the island and added other items to fill out the display. I wanted it to look festive for Valentine’s Day, but not with red hearts and flowers. I thought using yellow roses, edged with a peachy-pink color, would do nicely. I continued to use a black check pattern in the design. (It’s the same pattern I used on the kitchen table.) I wanted to keep the look on the island consistent with the look on the table. I love how the black check gives an elegant touch to the design.
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Black straws with white polka dots compliment the black check pattern beautifully. Chocolate milk is ready to be poured into the small milk bottles holding the straws.
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These yellow roses are a beautiful contrast against the black check pitcher in which they are arranged.

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The height of the lantern adds interest to the design, along with the black check ribbon bow tied on top.

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Pretty mugs are ready for some steaming hot chocolate in the hot chocolate pot.
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Stacked tea cups and saucers, along with a black check tea kettle, are a pretty part of the design. They’re ready for anyone who wants some tea and chocolate cookies. Apothecary jars are filled with Valentine candies, Oreo cookies and Hershey Kisses.
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My white compote is filled with golden heart ornaments, I left from my Christmas display. I added cute white twine hearts to the collection. It makes a perfect Valentine’s Day arrangement!
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You don’t need to use red tones in your Valentine’s Day Displays to say “Valentine”. Any color will do, as long as the idea of the day is present.

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