Valentines Day 2020
Are you alone on Valentine’s day? Or do you believe love is all that matters? Could you live your life without love?
Love has a ton of different meanings, to you, to me, to your wife or husband. The way you love someone could never be wrong because that is your interpretation of love. Love isn’t red roses, serenades in the park, moonlit walks and a bottle of fizz. In our world of magazines and media, where we are constantly bombarded with images of the ideal, love-struck and “perfect” couple. Being in love is more important than just loving someone. Love for some is about being starry-eyed and going gaga over someone. BUT being in love is so much more than that. For those cheesy loves, great loves, first love and your happily ever afters I’m here to help.
Our Top 5.
On Valentine’s day this year, I’ve saved you the trouble of finding a perfect place to eat. With top recommendations and an ambience that makes you fall in love all over again, we start off our list.
- Restaurant Ours, 264, Brompton Road, SW3 2AS. – Restaurant, cocktail lounge, private dining room and terrace. Simple yet stand-out, Restaurant Ours brings the outside in to create an unexpected space hidden in the heart of Knightsbridge.
- Greyhound Cafe, 37, Berners Street, W1T 3NB. – Bringing a taste of Bangkok to central London. Thailand’s popular eatery has made it’s way to Fitzrovia.
- LSQ Rooftop, 9th Floor Hotel Indigo, 1 Leicester Square, London, WC2H 7NA. – Located in the heart of the action, towering above Leicester Square. LSQ Rooftop is offering the perfect romantic setting for your Valentine’s Day plans.
- Chenestons Restaurant at The Milestone Hotel o1 Kensington Court, W8 5DL. – Settle into the luxurious surroundings of Chenestons Restaurant at The Milestone Hotel. Indulge in five courses of exquisite cuisine, a glass of Champagne and an optional wine pairing.
- Quaglino’s, 16, Bury Street, SW1Y 6AJ. – One of London’s most iconic locations, Quaglino’s is an unforgettable space to spend Valentine’s Day in London.
for free booking and enquires on all of the restaurant listed and more click here
Why is Valentines Red?
Since Red is the colour of sexuality and can stimulate deeper passions in humans, so it is used to describe erotic scenery’s in paintings and the writings based on the love of various poets. Being a colour of sexuality, it is associated with this day. Red is a strong colour that conjures up a range of emotions from passionate love to what not! It is associated with the passionate day of Cupid, which is Valentine ’s Day. Beating hearts, hungry lips, pretty fragrant roses, Valentines all relate to it.
I love the colour red. From it being the colour of love down to the colour of GBN chairs. The colour really matches with any other one within our rainbow. But who has a red chair without white tables? the aesthetic of the 2 colours together is overly pleasing. Make your decision and shop all the colours of the rainbow at GBN for all your furniture needs.
A poem to end our day of love. To check out more click here.
I love you for a lifetime,
Not only for a day.
I love you for who you are,
Not what you do or say.
I love the way you love me back,
So there is only one thing I can say.
I love you, baby, with my heart and soul and every other way,
So will you be my valentine not only for one day?
Lastly, GBN says, have a very Happy Valentines Day.