Last week, I took you on a Christmas House Tour showing you how I decorated our home for the holidays, and today I am extending that tour to the bedrooms! Since our master bedroom already has a rustic wood plank accent wall (full DIY tutorial on that here!), I wanted to create a cozy, woodsy, almost-cabin-y, vibe in here for the holidays.
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I didn’t originally plan for the DIY blanket ladder to go in our room, but I needed a place to store it while we have our Christmas tree downstairs. A couple of cozy blankets, some twinkly lights and a mini tree instantly made that little corner one of my favorite parts of our Christmas bedroom. To get the step-by-step guide for our DIY blanket ladder as well as all the details on how I decked it out for the holidays, make sure and check out the post here!
The thick Pendleton wool blanket was a wedding gift from Mike’s parents and makes a regular appearance during the winter months. I love having this heavy blanket at the foot of the bed for those chilly Montana nights, and the red details are perfect for Christmas.
I kept the pillows on the bed pretty simple. The two black/grey buffalo check covers are from Amazon and I added a red sweater pillow from Target in the middle. I love that the buffalo check pillows could easily be kept out after Christmas with their neutral design. I found the little bike pillow in the Target Dollar Spot and thought it was the perfect addition to add a little personality. (Speaking of personality, you have to checkout our biking photos in this post… we were having way too much fun!)
I added one of my Christmas printables to an old frame and hung it up for a simple festive touch. (Psssssttt… Get instant access to my library of FREE printables available exclusively to newsletter subscribers! Click here to sign up! 😀 )
I kept our nightstands simple by adding a couple of books, some dried eucalyptus and two nesting houses from the Hearth & Hand line (see all my favorites from the line here) for my side….
and one of my Christmas lanterns from this post, with an antler shed for Mike’s side.
You might have seen me share this cute knit stocking banner over on my Instagram stories as part of a haul after a trip to Michael’s. (If we aren’t Insta-friends yet, we totally should be! Instagram is my favorite way to share daily updates and connect with you guys! Come find me and say hi!)
Anyway, when I found this adorable banner I instantly knew it needed to come home with me. I wasn’t sure where I wanted to hang it when I first bought it, but on a whim I draped it over the prints above our bed. This instantly gave our bedroom a fun and casual vibe that I loved! Plus, it matches the cozy knit textures and pops of red in this room perfectly! Don’t ya think?
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Down the hall in the guest room, I added some more hints of Christmas.
A couple of new pillow covers over the existing pillows instantly transformed this space into a winter wonderland. (To see how this room is normally decorated, checkout this post.)
I picked up the cute burlap pillow from Michael’s, and got the green velvet pillow covers from Amazon. The small lumbar pillow cover with the trees is also from Amazon. (Tip: I love using pillow covers to switch up my decor without having to store hundreds of pillows! Just pop them on over pillows you already own for a brand new look!)
The pops of red buffalo check behind the pillows are just standard flannel pillow cases. I love how they subtly tie in with the red plaid throw.
I wrapped some twinkle lights around the headboard and loosely draped them over each of the nightstands for some extra sparkle.
Across the room I added a few more small festive touches.
Another framed Christmas printable sits on top of the small desk next to some dried eucalyptus.
And of course I had to add a few Christmas trees to the hanging shelves too!
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How about you? Do you decorate the bedrooms for Christmas or mostly stick to the living areas? For more Christmas inspiration be sure to checkout these posts: A Cozy Christmas Home Tour, Simple & Affordable Christmas Decorating Ideas, The Ultimate Buffalo Plaid Christmas Decor.