With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, you still have some time to get your plans together. No need to leave your home to have a great time, with your significant other, family or even friends. With help from lifestyle expert, Carla Eustache, we have all of
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Valentine’s Day Inspiration from Carla Eustache, Charlotte, NC Tastemaker
Carla looks like a true southern hostess in her blue floral dress. Always greet your guests with a smile and the party is destined to be fun.
Don’t be afraid to try a unique color for your dishware. Blue, white and grey are a great way to add a modern touch to your Valentine’s day dinner table.
Classic silver flatware is always in style and looks great with this espresso color table and bold striped bowl.
Adding hints or red and pink with candle holders and flowers adds a festive look for Valentine’s Day that will be in style beyond February 14th.
This mixture of soft pinks and candles and terrariums is a simple way to dress up your Valentine’s day tablescape that can be done on the fly.
Don’t be afraid to use what you have in your home to add a pop of color to your dining room for Valentine’s Day. These fun pillows bring a nontraditional pink and red style and also provide comfort for a relaxing celebration at home.
Creating gifts through experiences are a great option to your traditional Valentine’s Day date and a perfect way to incorporate the family.
Pick an activity with your significant other, family or friends from a jar for a Valentine’s Day experience that will last beyond the dinner.
The choice of adding a blue palette to the dining room table allows for the place settings to be used beyond Valentine’s Day and also makes a great style for a coastal inspired home.2