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I only started decorating my bedroom for Christmas a few years ago and it was always an afterthought. Just adding some red pillows and a small Christmas tree on the nightstands, but this year, I kind went all out. As much all out as you can without putting a full blown Christmas tree in the corner. Which trust me, that was going to happen like tonight :) I have the perfect corner for it! I don't know why I didn't think about doing it earlier. I guess there's always next year!
Target online. I was going to make some new covers, cuz goodness knows I DO NOT need any more pillows. But, laziness won :) These red buffalo check covers are from Amazon.
(Plaid Euro Pillows: Target Ruffle Bedding: Amazon Red Checker Pillows: Amazon Cuddle Pillow: Home Goods)
I also switched my pillows up on the bench. These white Ikea covers are so awesome! I have them all around my house :) And this new tartan pillow cover is so perfect for Christmas!
So, I've been really wanting to add some board and batten or paint the rest of my room white, but I can't get over how much I love how this white door and molding pops against this wall color! I know I'll lose it if I paint everything white so I've been at a weird limbo with my room the past year trying to figure out what to do :)
(Vintage style hamper: Amazon Clock: Home Goods)
As for the my nightstands...I found some awesome new cathedral type rod-iron windows from Hobby Lobby. I was looking at doing a mirror in a similar shape, but they are some serious cash. Then I found some on Amazon similar to these and am so glad I didn't buy them! Maybe I'll hang them, maybe I won't.
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