Not ready for Valentine’s Day?!?! You procrastinators can still stay out of the dog house! Here’s how:
Start with a luxurious cashmere throw. Any good department store will have them. These are from Gracious Home. Combine that with a couple of Valentine’s Day classics, and you’ll be in good with your sweetheart!
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Flowers will always make a fabulous, romantic Valentine’s Day gift. Especially the kind that last forever, like the ones in this outstanding, gigantic book of gorgeous botanical photography by award winning photographer Jonathan M. Singer.
I really hope you’re getting ready for Valentine’s Day. You’re running out of time!
For the romantically committed, the Met Store has this reproduction of a 17th Century Marriage Box. Laden with meaning, the engraved figures depict Trust, Hope, Prudence, Love and Tenderness. We girls love that stuff!!
Candles are of course traditionally romantic, therefore perfect for Valentine’s Day. But these by Barrick are a little more than just that. They’re elegant, modern, sculptural. Almost too good to burn. But go ahead…Valentine’s Day only comes once a year!