As a shopping writer, I love it when a collection drops early. But a Valentine's Day collection a few days out from Christmas might be a little too forward.
The Anthropologie Valentine’s Day shop just dropped with some adorable pieces. This year’s Valentine’s Day collection features a mix of pieces from clothing and jewelry to, of course, home decor. The new collection features everything from covered candles to decorative glassware and everything in between.
While I'm not a fan of everything , I've picked out some of the best Valentine’s Day decor from the collection, and you'll want to stock up now before it sells out. We can always count on Anthropologie to deliver some of the best holiday collections and the Anthro Valentine’s Day decor is no exception.
Anthropologie Valentine’s Day Decor Collection
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Whether you’re looking for Valentine’s Day decor or want to find cute home gifts for a loved one, the Raquel Velvet Heart Frame from Anthro is one of the cutest pieces in the collection. This 4x6 frame features a puffy red velvet finish with a heart-shaped cutout for a picture of you and your honey (or, let’s be honest, your fur baby). Decorate with it on its own, or pair it with the matching pink oval velvet frame for a finished look.
Candles especially Anthropologie candles—are always a must. And, we absolutely adore this Heart-Shaped Wax Candle. The structural candle features a bright red hue with an ultra-glossy finish and can be gifted along with a bottle of champagne to your Galentine, or placed on top of a candle trinket dish (like this one from Anthro) for a sweet decor moment.
Valentine’s Day is the best time of year for heart-shaped home decor items, such as the Valeria Coupe Glass from Anthro. Whether you are looking for fun and colorful glassware for your bar or want something just for a Galentine’s Day party, these coupe glasses—which are available in lilac and pink—add a special touch.
Give the gift of a luxe Anthropologie candle with this Capri Blue Champagne Glass Jar Candle. Available in two sizes, the pink jar candle has a seasonal champagne aroma with notes of orange, apples, cassis, and lime zest, along with sugared plum, red currant, berries, vanilla sugar, and musk for a romantic touch.
We are obsessed with the Anthropologie holiday glasses and their Valentine’s Day version is absolutely swoon-worthy. These glasses are my favorites, but there's some other options, too: a speckled white with black XO accents and a speckled pink with puckered lips.
You can’t go wrong with Anthropologie holiday plates, especially when it comes to their Valentine’s Day collection. The Maeve by Anthropologie Dessert Plates come in a set of four and feature fun and whimsical graphics that look great as functional decor for Valentine’s Day but are also versatile enough to be used year-round.
When should you decorate for Valentine's Day?
It's a pretty short day, so really only the day itself. However, it depends on your plans. Valentine's Day 2024 falls on an awkward Wednesday, which might not fit your work schedule. If you'll be marking it on the weekend either side, then decorate on the day you'll be celebrating.
How should I decorate for Valentine's Day?
I like a lot of the above decoration for Valentine's Day. You should try and stay away from the classic-petals-on-the-bed, as it's a lot to tidy up. Small touches like the glassware above will do the trick.
If Anthro's collection isn't doing it for you, we've covered everything Valentine's Day. There's advice on tablescaping for Valentine's Day from an interior designer, as well as picks of the best Valentine's Day gift ideas, and ideas one how to decorate your home for Valentine's Day without resorting to roses.
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Jessie Quinn is a Los Angeles-based lifestyle writer with work published in The Spruce, Apartment Therapy, Well + Good, PEOPLE, and more. She graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in fashion journalism from Academy of Art University and uses her background in fashion to inform her home decor coverage. Her personal home decor style falls somewhere at the intersection of eclectic vintage and modern maximalist, but she's drawn to all types of designs and styles. When she's not writing, you can find Jessie working on a variety of DIY and craft projects, including crocheting, sewing, and jewelry-making.
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