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Inspiration: Decorating with Hearts: Yay or Nay?

Posted by Andie on February 14, 2014

Happy Valentine's Day!!  I have a confession to make.  Heart jewelry of any kind has always kind of scared me.  In fact, once a guy gave me a heart necklace and although the notion was very sweet, I seriously considered breaking up with him because it seemed like an easier alternative than actually wearing the necklace around. (Come on you guys- I was in high school.  Don't judge.)  

 

It's not that I don't think heart jewelry can be sophisticated and classy- because it definitely can!  No, it's mainly because I look like an 8 year old if I try to wear it.  If you are one of those people that can pull it off though, power to ya!

 

Anyway.  While heart jewelry isn't really my cup of tea, I actually love the idea of decorating with hearts in the home (and not just in kid's bedrooms)! Whether it's a piece of artwork on the wall, a throw pillow, or upholstery on a chair-- it's fun, unexpected & totally quirky.  What do you think?  Too juvenile, or kind of cool??  Here's some design inspiration to get you thinking.....

 

 

 

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Architectual Digest via the dwelling gawker

 

 

 

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