Romantic Valentine’s Day Decorations
Romantic Valentine’s Day Decorations

Romantic Valentine’s Day Decorations

With love in the air, it is time to plan something special for the person in your life that you love. You need more than just a bouquet of roses and dinner to show that special person you love them. We know you already use baseboard heater covers in your space to complete your overall look, but do you do anything that makes your loved ones feel extra special? Here are some ideas of ways you can decorate for the romantic holiday.

Balloons with memories

One way you can decorate to celebrate Valentine's Day with your loved one is by putting up pink, white, and red balloons with pictures from your relationship tied to the strings on the bottom. Not only will the balloons give a romantic feel, but you will be able to have a wonderful end to your romantic date by showing off some of your favorite moments from your relationship.

Rose petals and a bottle of champagne

Another way to really emphasize romance on Cupid’s holiday is by putting preparing your room for a night in together. Make your bed up with rose petals and a bottle of champagne. You can even add some chocolate covered strawberries or a cheese plate to snack on while spending time alone together. The decor of the room will make your partner feel extra special when they find it.


One really great way to set the mood in your decor is through candles. Nothing is more romantic than the two of you sitting in a room with only the light of some well-placed candles. It screams romance.

If you get extra creative, you can even line the path to your room with candles and rose petals or shape the words "I love you" on the floor with candles.

Make up a bath

Another way to romanticize your night with decorations is to get your bathtub ready and decorated. Put some candles around the tub, and add some flowers on the sides as well. Get some rose petals and put them in the water.

Table decorations

Since the kitchen and the bedroom are your two main focuses for romantic Valentine’s Day decor, you should focus on putting together a romantic table. Get a centerpiece that says "I love you" and decorate with flowers. It is amazing how much flowers can add to a romantic feeling in a room. You can get some glass jars with Valentine’s Day candy in them to add to the centerpiece as well. Even some balloons on the table can help add to your holiday theme.

Pictures in a heart

If you have a big wall you’d like to decorate, you can do more than just put on a baseboard heater cover. You can also get a bunch of pictures of you guys and put them on the wall in a collage that shapes like a heart. It makes for a cute way of remembering your relationship and showing how much you love your partner.

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Measure Your Baseboard Heaters

How to measure baseboard heaters:

Step 1

Always measure left to right, and twice for accuracy

Step 2 

Always measure left to right, and twice for accuracy

Step 3


Based on how your heater is configured,

choose an option below to expand and view

specific hot water baseboard heater measurement templates.

[+] Option 1: Straight Heater Configuration
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[+] Option 3: 45 Degrees, Z-Shape Configuration


Now that you’ve learned how to measure baseboard heaters,

you’re ready to order.