The shelves in the family room display some Valentine love.
Small school Valentines fit in the printer's tray.
I've displayed a tin that looks like a book on one of the shelves.
The vintage toy typewriter on the desk in front of the shelves holds a Valentine greeting.
The ship Valentine is a reproduction.
A 1927 Child Life magazine that I bought at an estate sale is displayed, along with some vintage cards.
A vintage Coca-Cola crate displays reproduction cards.
More Valentines decorate the sideboard behind the sofa.
I used rustic lanterns on each end of the buffet to display a card and a candle.
A loving couple and scrabble letters finish the décor on the two silver trays.
Even the books in the center of the buffet got a Valentine look.
More love shows up on a table.
I've always liked this little hand-made bank box that I found at a flea market years ago.
I wonder what the couple was saving for when one of them crafted this box.
I'm ending this post with the banner on our shelves as a Valentine card to each of you who read my blog. Thank you for reading BDw/L.
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