Holiday Details in the Master Bedroom and A French Country Christmas!
This morning, I woke up to our first snowfall and it has snowed most of the day. It’s been beautiful to watch from inside where it’s nice and warm. Our Autumn was very fleeting, with Winter arriving early, so it looks like it’s going to be around for awhile! I’m not sure I’m ready for it!
Today I’m joining five of my francophile friends for French Country Christmas. Please scroll all the way to the bottom to visit their beautifully decorated homes.
Yesterday, I showed you the flocked tree in our master bedroom, and today I want to show you some of the other holiday details in the bedroom!
I swapped out the bedding for something a bit more neutral, replacing the coverlet with this long pleated bedspread. The pops of red are beautiful against the background of creams and whites.
Adding a petite boxwood wreath on the bedside chest is perfect with the larger gold metal wreaths. Preserved boxwood is ideal for displaying all year long, including the holidays. Boxwood adds just the right touch of greenery.
An antique jardiniere is filled with fresh greenery and topped with exquisite velvet pomegranates.
I wrapped an ornament filled garland around this antique frame. The garland has tiny twinkling lights and it looks so pretty lit up at night. The lights run off of a battery pack and it has a timer, so they will go off on their own after 5 hours.
Boxwood garland adorns the old French mannequins.
If you’ve followed me for awhile, you know that I adore antique grain sacks, and I love using them for upholstery, pillows, etc. There was an old printed German grain sack sitting in my stash for quite awhile, and I decided to pull it out and make a couple of stockings.
They were so easy to make and I’ll show you the steps in a later post….though it may be short because it was so simple….and it didn’t involve any sewing!
Adding a few shiny ornaments at the base of a plant makes for an easy touch of holiday flair.
The beautiful flocked tree sits in an antique French basket and tucked inside is a furry white throw, adding to the snowy ambiance.
Around the base are pretty ribboned boxes and for added texture, large moss balls.
I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing a few more of the holiday details to our master bedroom!