Introduction to Christmas Decorations for Bedrooms
In this post, I will show you lots of ideas for Christmas decorations for bedrooms. I will include ideas for the adjoining bathrooms as well because I love it all!!! So get ready for lots of bedroom holiday decor content coming your way!
Master Bedroom Christmas Bedroom Decorations:
These are photos of my cozy master bedroom and bathroom in my Chicago home. In early to mid-November, I usually change out my master bedroom bedding from a cream duvet cover and shams, to this darling Pottery Barn red and black buffalo check. At the foot of the bed, on the bench I have a sheepskin rug as well as a snowman lumbar pillow. The snowman pillow I linked for you is really cute as you can personalize all the snowmen with your family members.
Decor tip #1: Have you ever wondered how the stores (and I) make the comforter look so fluffy and inviting? I actually wanted to know this too, so I asked the design people at Pottery Barn. The trick is to use two comforters instead of one! And I take it even further. I pull my two comforters out of the cream cover, and pop each one separately into the dryer. I dry each comforter on “normal” heat and I add three or four dryer balls. These work to fluff up the flattened comforter. Then I load them together into the new buffalo checked duvet cover.
Don’t you just LOVE this bedding? Mine is several years old but here is a lovely Eddie Bauer 100% cotton duvet and sham set at a GREAT price! My year-round bedding has a red and white bed skirt, but here is an option for you. Here is a similar Santa pillow and red striped pillow. Here’s a similar red throw. Besides having a sheepskin rug on the bench at the end of the bed, I have one at by bedside on the floor. I love stepping on it first thing every morning as it’s so toasty. (I keep our bedroom really cold at night!)
Oh, take a look at the cute hotel style light Mr. G.Q. screwed into the bed headboard. It’s a gooseneck light that allows me to read and not have the light disturb my sleeping hubby.
I added a cute Santa, similar one, here, to my bedside table as well as my favorite Waterford lamp.
Even the master water closet gets a wreath, similar one, here.
Guest Bedroom Christmas Decorations
In all the guest bedrooms, I try and place a pre-lit tabletop Christmas tree as part of the Christmas decor. I love to have it lit when guests arrive, even if the rest of the room lights are not yet. It lends a welcoming tone to the room.
This is a guest bedroom in my California home. The bedding is several years old from Pottery Barn. Here is a similar pattern. This pillow is from Homegoods last year. Here is a similar one. The bronze floor lamp is from Pottery Barn (similar, here). The fake fur throw is from Pottery barn, (similar, here).
This birch Christmas tree decoration is from Homegoods last year. Here is a similar one.
This is another guest bedroom in California. Again, the bedding is from Pottery Barn. Here is a similar floral pattern. The golden retriever pillow is old and from Pottery Barn. Here and here are two very cute alternatives. My red matelasse comforter was from Kohl’s. They now only sell a burgundy one. Instead, here is another red one. And here’s a link for a similar table top tree.
Who doesn’t love a Christmas puzzle? I leave this one on the alcove in one of the guest bedrooms (similar one, here).
These are old Frosty the Snowman toys and a snow globe (similar, here.)
Here’s a cute little tabletop snowman on an end table in a guest bedroom (similar, here).
This is the last guest bedroom in my California home. Of course, the bedding is from Pottery Barn. Here is a similar comforter made of linen. One side of the bed has a Christmas tree and the other has the little snowman (above).
Here are a pair of snowmen atop a vanity in a guest bathroom. Here are a similar pair.
Here’s my trusty golden retriever door mat. It’s on sale so check it out! It’s a sweet welcome to all who enter during the Holiday Season! Happy decorating! I hope you found this Christmas Decorations for Bedrooms post to be fun, and helpful. Please let me know your thoughts below.
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