This year, I decided to add some Christmas cheer to our master bedroom. I never decorated our bedroom in the past. We were using a spare room temporarily and hadn’t even designed the room because I knew we’d soon be transitioning into the intended master bedroom. Now that we finished (all but the barn door and adding a chair), I felt compelled to decorate it to bring the holidays into our relaxing retreat. Why not enjoy it while in your in bed too? I don’t think Brian was happy about it. He felt like our house vomited Christmas glitter and antlers! So many antlers! But he adjusted quickly and the decorations didn’t get in his way, so he happy obliged…eventually. : )
I had some red decor and pillows I didn’t want to use downstairs because I like to keep that neutral since our walls are blue and we have some more color throughout. This room was the perfect spot because I could toss the pillows on the bed and go with a red theme since the walls and duvet are light gray and white, and there are just a few touches of blue and green.
My mom made my sisters and I stockings when we were little and she made Brian his own when we got engaged. I wanted to display them in the house and this seemed like a good place.
I scored this map just a few weeks ago from the spectacular Farmhouse Design District! So happy with my purchase and with its new home. Thanks to my sis for helping figure out the rearrangement and for hubby for the act of rearranging. : )
These nightstands went unused for several months after their purchase because we were using piece meal furniture in the spare room. I loved them the day I purchased them (from the Green Door) even though they were a little pricey for my liking, but they were worth every penny and I am still obsessed. The drawers are functional and the wheels practical and they add so much industrial character. And these nightstands are heavy duty.
Hope you enjoyed the final part of my holiday home tour! I had so much fun sharing with you and look forward to sharing more of my home with you in the future! Special thanks to Shannon Knudsen for her insane photography skills!
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