Sweet interiors: Valentine’s Day gift guide

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014. Filed under: Beauty & Style Holidays Home & Garden Valentine's Day
Romeo & Juliet by Spineless Classics ©Spineless Classics

Romeo & Juliet by Spineless Classics
©Spineless Classics

(Relaxnews) – Home is where the heart is, and if you want to impress your loved one this Valentine’s Day then there’s no better way to do it than with some sweet interior accessories. Don’t panic if you don’t have time to look: we’ve handpicked a few of the best.

Cover Love Latitude/Longitude pillow ©Cover Love

Cover Love Latitude/Longitude pillow
©Cover Love

A dramatic affair

Romeo and Juliet, the greatest love story of them all, has been printed in its entirety in poster form by the clever people at Spineless Classics. This unconventional version of Shakespeare’s tale of star-crossed lovers features a striking heart and dagger design and can be ordered alone for £34.99 or framed from £150 (approximately $246).

Silver-plated Mr. and Mrs. Cake Fork Set by Liberty ©Liberty

Silver-plated Mr. and Mrs. Cake Fork Set by Liberty

Burning love

French perfume and scented candle house Diptyque’s Rosa Mundi candle (£42/$67) is designed to celebrate the multiple aromas of the rose in its natural state, as it blossoms over time. The perfect way to set the scene.diptyque_candle.db0ff170817.w400

Pillow talk

Remember exactly where you and your Valentine went on your first date? American company Cover Love (£18.78/$30) takes the latitude and longitude of any address in the world and prints it onto either a canvas or a linen pillow.

Sweet treats

The couple that eats together stays together. This silver-plated Mr. and Mrs. cake fork set from British design houseLiberty (£28/$46) is perfect for sharing dessert.

Love Print by Pop-Up Inc. ©Pop-Up Inc.

Love Print by Pop-Up Inc.
©Pop-Up Inc.

Wall heart

Keep it fun with this pop-art ‘Love’ print (£29 / $48) inspired by the work of Andy Warhol and Christopher Wool. Each print by British collective Pop-Up Inc. comes in a tulip wood frame.


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