6 Things We Love in February

Give a gift or decorate your home with items you’ll love long after Valentine’s Day.

This three-drawer chest in red with hand-painted floral medallions and leaf patterns will make any room look romantic all year long. [$799.99; Levin Furniture, several area locations, levinfurniture.com


In this shade of Marsala, the Pantone Color Institute’s 2015 color of the year, the Metropolitan chair and ottoman [$4,854] from Weisshouse is downright tasty. Add it to your living room for a pop of warmth, sit back and enjoy.
[Weisshouse, 324 S. Highland Ave., Shadyside; 412/441-8888, weisshouse.com]


Chicks dig it! Hang this giclée print by Grove City artist Stacey Hogue in your office or kitchen to remind you that you are loved.
[$20; Bottlebrush Gallery & Center for the Arts, 539 Main St., Harmony; 724/452-0539, bottlebrusharts.com


Love your mornings with a pair of customized sweetheart mugs. North Hills-based potter Gloria Tsang adds your initials and those of your significant other to the handcrafted drink ware. Available in classic (pictured) or birch design.
[$35 each or $60/pair; Gifted Hands, 3000 Village Run Road, Suite 105, Wexford, 724/934-2224; and Ross Park Mall, 1000 Ross Park Mall Drive, Ross Township, 412-367-5760, giftedhandsgifts.com


Cozy up to your sweetie on Valentine’s Day under this Tibetan lamb vegan blanket. The luxurious velvet-lined throw in a fun mauve color will pretty up your couch, your bed or just the tops of your toes.
[$160; Splurge, 1112 Freeport Road, Fox Chapel; 412/252-2242, splurge-shop.com


We heart this XO heart tote bag in recycled cotton by Pittsburgh artist Amy Garbark. Use the bag, which is screen-printed by hand, to cart around groceries. Or romantics may pack it with items for an overnight couples getaway.
[$26; garbella studio, 5202 Carnegie St., Lawrenceville; garbelladesign.com]



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