This Valentines Day, why not skip the fancy restaurant and create a romantic evening at home instead?

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Valentine’s Day often gets a bad rap. Overcomplicated plans and overpriced chocolates have long been the downfall of this well-meaning occasion. For couples who simply want to show each other how much they love one another, organising a romantic Valentine’s Day experience can be incredibly stressful. That’s why it’s important not to forget that spending some special time together is the ultimate point of this holiday. And where better to do so than in the comfort of your own home?

This Valentines Day, why not skip the fancy restaurant and create a romantic evening at home instead? From cookware to candles, high street retailer Robert Dyas has everything you need to wow your partner with your kind and loving nature.

Robert Dyas COO Rachel Brain said, “Cooking a meal for someone you love is a great way to show how deeply you care about them. For Valentine’s Day, we’ve pulled together a range of items that will not only help you to show off a bit of culinary prowess, but will also help to set the mood for the evening.”

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