DIY home decor

These easy-to-follow home decor ideas are sure to impress your date.

Whether you’ve been together for two years or two decades, planning a special Valentine’s Day can be stressful. Between scoring a table reservation at your favourite restaurant, fighting crowds at the movie theatre or splurging on overpriced flowers, going out on Valentine’s Day is way overrated, if you ask us. So, why not celebrate this day of love in the cosy and comfortable ambience of your home?

Hosting Valentine’s day at home is the perfect reason to give your home a makeover. To help you out, we have featured some fun activities and DIY wall painting ideas that are sure to add some spark- to your relationship and home!

Take a “trip” to Japan

DIY wall painting

You may not be able to take your significant other on a dreamy, once-in-a-lifetime holiday but you can pretend you’re visiting your favourite city together with a themed date night. Kick-off the evening with a glass of sake and order in some sushi and ramen. After that, turn on a film set in Japan (you can’t go wrong with Lost in Translation or Memoirs of a Geisha) and enjoy some Japanese cheesecake, matcha tiramisu or Nama chocolate for dessert. If you really want to sweep your date off their feet, plan a DIY wall makeover using Berger iPaint Wall Stencil Kit in Flora Design. Inspired by the elegant, romantic cherry blossoms of Japan, the sophisticated sakura wall stencils for bedroom will brighten up the space and create a romantic atmosphere that you desire. The quickest and cheapest trip to Japan, guaranteed!

Night under the stars

wall stencils for bedroom

Sleeping under the stars, sounds romantic, right? There is nothing quite like looking up at the stars with somebody you love. But if you live in a city, chances of this happening are remote. Lucky for you, you can now recreate the magic and mystery of the night sky right in your bedroom. Berger iPaint DIY Glow in Dark Paint in Galaxy Design comes with all the necessary tools and materials, instructions booklet and stencils, so you can plan a fun DIY date with your beloved. From celestial stars to a crescent moon to mysterious planets, you can dedicate this dreamy tribute to your date. Bust out a blanket, bring some snacks and take some time to admire the universe.

Fix what’s broken

iPaint Enamel Spray Paint

This one is especially for people who are mulling over a broken heart. Valentine’s Day can be bad if you are single. But the day can be much worse if you are nursing a broken heart. So, instead of filling yourself with a sense of dread, plan out a day just for yourself. Keep yourself occupied, do things that you love and talk out your feelings with people you trust. This is the time to renew and repair. If you’re up to it, you can fix your old furniture using Berger iPaint Enamel Spray Paint. While your heart might take longer to mend itself, even a small upgrade to your old furniture might help shift the perspective. It can act as a gentle reminder that what’s broken will find a way to heal itself, that this too shall pass.

These easy-to-follow DIY home painting ideas are the perfect way to spend Valentine’s Day at home while bonding over some fun activities.

4 Replies to “Spending Valentine’s Day Indoors? Plan a Fun DIY Home Makeover”

  1. Priyanka Sinharoy says: February 11, 2021 at 7:18 pm

    Such a helpful blog! Actually gave me so many creative ideas to give my home a quick Vday make-over. Thanks for sharing it Berger Paints.

    1. admin says: February 11, 2021 at 7:33 pm

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  2. Priyanka Bhanushali says: February 11, 2021 at 9:27 pm

    Great ideas for Valentine’s Day! Thanks for sharing.

    1. admin says: February 11, 2021 at 9:31 pm

      Your comment just made our day! Keep your eyes peeled for interesting blog posts like these!

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