Valentine’s Day is only one day out of the year, but that doesn’t mean you have to hide your hearts the other 364. Reds, pinks, and hearts can be celebrated in your tot’s room whether it’s February, November, or any month in between. Your love for your little one is unconditional and limitless, so we picked out a few Valentine’s Day-inspired pieces that will add an accent of love to a room for years to come. Enjoy the interesting tidbits about Valentine’s Day and the colors, words, and symbols used in these pieces!
Love Chics II Hand-Painted Canvas: Lovebirds are social and affectionate small parrots. Their name stems from the parrots’ strong, monogamous pair bonding and the long periods that the pairs spend sitting together.
Modern Hearts Hand-Painted Canvas: The heart has been the most common figure of love over the decades. Ancient cultures believed the human soul lived in the heart.
Red Heart Canvas: Amongst the earliest Valentine’s Day gifts were candies. The most common were chocolates in heart-shaped boxes.
Love Pink Rug: The oldest known love song was written 4,000 years ago somewhere in the area between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers.
Hearts Rug: In the Middle Ages young men and women drew names from a bowl to determine their Valentine. They would wear the name pinned on their sleeves for one week. This was done to make it easy for others to know your true feelings. The practice was called “wearing your heart on your sleeve”.
Hearts Rug in Red: Seeing the color red can make your heart beat faster.
Love Pillow: The Beatles use the word “love” 613 times in their songs.
Flamenco Pink Decorative Pillow: Teachers receive the most Valentine’s Day cards, followed by children, mothers, wives and then sweethearts. Children between ages 6 and 10 exchange more than 650 million Valentine’s cards with teachers, classmates and family members.
Aiyana Personalized Throw Pillow: Red also means “beautiful” in Russian.
Enjoy your Valentine’s Day and be sure to share the love <3