Hi Friends! I hope you’ve had a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend. Did you take advantage of a little black Friday shopping?? I did and got most of my Christmas shopping done, and now feeling like I can breathe a little easier. Just a few more small things to get and I’m done, but knowing me that won’t happen until the week before Christmas, lol. Today I am teaming up with my friends to share our Christmas Bedrooms for another Seasons of Home tour sponsored by Birch Lane.
If you have been following along for the past few weeks, today marks week 4 of the Seasons of Home Holiday Decor Series hosted by Kristen of Ella Claire Blog.
I don’t know if I’ve every explained the wonky layout of our bedroom? It’s one of the quirks that came with our 1846 farmhouse, but it doesn’t always make it into photos. Our bedroom is on the smaller size, but that’s because technically it’s two rooms joined together. We have our room where our bed is, and then an angled cut-out on one wall leading to another smaller room.
I think it’s more dubbed as a “sitting room”, and earlier this year I took full advantage of it’s name, and finally made it into the Mom-cave. Just past the sitting room is our master bathroom, making it the master suite.
So today I want to show you how I added some Christmas cheer to our little sitting area in our bedroom.
Since creating the mom-cave area, I played musical chairs with the wingback chairs I had originally gotten for this space. I liked them so much, I moved them down to our living room, but that left this room a little empty. So I found these more slender, wingback style side chairs from Birch Lane.
You may remember seeing them in our new dining room. I love these chairs from Birch Lane because they are so versatile. They can stand alone, be paired to create a cozy seating area. Used in the dining room to create a more formal look, and they are slender enough, yet still comfy, I used them in our living room over Thanksgiving to create more seating, without taking up too much space!
I placed a little faux, frosted boxwood I got from HomeGoods last year along with a bottle brush tree and tiny present for a simple christmas vignette on this beautiful wooden pedestal table.
A snowy winter scene in this wall hanging from Vol. 25 was the perfect wintery art to add to the space, because it doesn’t compete with the rest of the christmas decor I used. It’s subtle and soft and adds just the right touch.
I love how adding a few mercury glass trees and a simple garland is all I need to make this everyday art feel more like a bit more magical during the holiday season.
You can find this custom art piece in my curated collection at Painted Fox. It was created by Copper Corners just for me earlier this year, and I love having an original piece. She totally brought my love for navy blue and white flowers to life.
This cozy flannel blanket picks up the gray tones in my wall hanging, and adds the perfect wintery feel, without being too christmas-y, which means I can leave it out all winter long.
To compliment the glow from our Christmas tree in our sitting are, I stacked some birch logs from Birch Lane behind the chair, and then wrapped them in fairy lights.
Do you add Christmas decor to your bedroom? Well I love too, it just spreads that Christmas cheer throughout the whole house! If you’ve been on the fence about it, here are some more lovely decorate christmas bedrooms for even more inspiration.
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