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Chic Valentine’s Day Accessories

These Valentine's Day accessories add a little love to your space, without too much kitsch. In fact, they look so good, you may want to keep them out all year long.

If stick-on hearts, cutout Cupids, and rose garlands are no longer part of your Valentine’s vocabulary, it’s time to start rethinking décor for that faithful February day. From romantic dishes to playful pillows, we’ve rounded up ten Valentine’s-friendly accessories that are all chic and no cheese.

Muuto elevated vase in rose
The nature-inspired wood base makes Muuto’s elevated vase ($135) one poetic place for your stems.

West Elm love letter trays
These love letter trays ($24) by West Elm offer a sweet spot to store keys and loose change, not to mention a love note or two.

Rouge de Rhin Santorin pillow
From the sofa to the armchair, leave the boldest of kisses with Rouge du Rhin’s Santorin pillow ($110).

Crate and Barrel heart platter
Designed by Kate Forrester, Crate and Barrel’s whimsical heart platter ($27.95) calls forth traditional cutout Valentines.

West Elm brass love object
Whether displayed upright or lying flat, there’s no doubting the message behind West Elm’s brass love object ($29).

Kelly Wearstler classic luxe throw
Kelly Wearstler’s classic luxe throw (price on request) brings a Cupid’s bow of its own kind.

Tom Dixon Etch candle holder
Set the mood while creating the most intricate of silhouettes with the gorgeous Etch candle holder ($101) by Tom Dixon.

Heart stitch pillow
The stonewashed linen on this heart stitch pillow ($195) makes it an appropriate accent for all occasions.

Kelly Wearstler liaison catch dish
A set of gold lips transforms an otherwise plain piece into Kelly Wearstler’s quirky liaison catch dish (price on request).

Pier 1 pink champagne layered pillars
With a refreshing aroma of pink grapefruit, strawberry, and citrus, these hand-molded pink champagne layered pillars (from $9) smell as good as they look.


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