The master bedroom is finally dressed for Christmas! Last year was the first year that I had ever decorated our bedroom and I ended up loving it, so I definitely wanted to add some Christmas spirit to it again this year!
Today, I’m thrilled to be a part of the Deck the Halls Christmas Home Tour! I want to thank Jennifer from Decor Gold Designs and Randi from Randi Garrett Design for hosting this fabulous home tour. Each home is gorgeous and filled with holiday inspiration, and I’m honored to be a part of it!
If you are coming from Zevy Joy, welcome!! Wasn’t Annie’s bedroom gorgeous?!?
When we bought our home, we found an old abandoned tree in the attic, and last year I decided to flock it and use it in the master bedroom for Christmas. It turned out to be a pretty nice looking tree, so I pulled it back out to use again this year. I sat it inside a large vintage basket that I’ve had forever, and it makes the perfect container for the tree.
A lot of the flocking had remained on it from last year, and I didn’t add anymore this time, instead opting to let a bit more of the green in the branches show.
I used a lot of gilded ornaments this year, silver and gold, some frosted and some clear, and many with glitter. I also added sticks from the yard, that I spray painted with metallic gold paint, randomly sticking them into the tree, as well as tucking dried hydrangeas among the branches.
I had an urn filled with these dried hydrangeas sitting in the bedroom, and when I started removing them to make room for the Christmas decor, I wondered how they would look sitting among the branches of the tree. I think they’re perfect!
Our bedroom is a nice large size with beautiful windows, making it the perfect setting for a tree.
I added garland across the top of the bed with pretty twinkling lights. I love real pine garland, but it can make a mess, and since I didn’t want pine needles down inside my pillows, I opted for faux garland instead.
I picked up some faux fur pillows and a throw, a few weeks ago, and they look wonderful on the bed. They make me think of snowy weather.
I brought in miniature sparkly trees for the bedside tables. They add a bit of glam without being over the top. And the best part, is that you don’t have to decorate them, just sit them in a perfect spot and you’re done.
I did add fresh garland over a large frame on one side of the room. I worked twinkly lights throughout the branches, and then added old vintage crystals for a bit of vintage bling, and I love the smell of fresh pine.
Most of the pieces in this room are vintage and their old finishes have acquired an beautiful patina over time, which looks wonderful against a backdrop of white lights and crystals.
Bringing a little Christmas cheer to a room is easy just by adding greenery, white lights, and glittery ribbons to your presents.
This is definitely my favorite room in the house this year. We put timers on all of the lights so that as soon as the sun starts going down, the soft, twinkling lights come on. It’s so pretty looking in from the outside.
Now, all we need is a pretty snowfall…..to make this picture complete!
Someone has been extra sweet this year, and she’s hoping Santa is going to fill her stocking with bones and toys. I told RubyLou not to worry, Santa wouldn’t forget her this year!
She’s too cute in her Santa suit!
I hope you have enjoyed our tour of the master bedroom, all dressed for Christmas!
I want to wish each and every one of you a very Merry Christmas, from our home to yours!
Your next stop will be Randi’s beautiful home, of Randi Garrett Design.
MONDAY – ENTRY/PORCH
TUESDAY – LIVING ROOM
WEDNESDAY – KITCHEN
THURSDAY – DINING ROOM