Cozy Christmas Bedroom Decor | Tour 2022

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Ahh! It's so close to Christmas! How is this even reality? This week we are focusing on doing all the Christmas things to get more in the spirit. I learned long ago how decorating my bedroom for Christmas was one of the things to help get the feeling of Christmas going. Going to bed with the twinkling tree and even waking up to it is magical. 

My bedroom was one room that kept changing in my house. I couldn't quite figure out how I wanted it for Christmas. This was going to be the room that I went with traditional colors of red and green. I tried, I really did. But ultimately nothing was feeling right and went with what I was comfortable with. 

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I ended up doing lots of neutrals...of course, with browns, golds and creams. I did add a little bit of olive in with this throw blanket that our sweet Willow is loving :) For this cozy Christmas bedroom, I went with lots of layers and textures. I feel like that's the ultimate way to cozy a space up.
I added this bench to the foot of my bed about a year ago and just love the character it brings. I placed some neutral pillows on it along with a throw blanket for layering. The basket holds some battery operated candles that give the perfect ambient glow at night. Those floor cushions make the perfect little pet beds! 
The bench is pretty small compared to my king size bed, so I filled in the empty space with this tree in a basket.

For the wall that my bed is against, I went with lots of white and neutrals to keep it simple and peaceful. I made these lunch bag snowflakes last year and knew this would be the perfect spot for them. After changing out this area almost 5 times, these finally felt just right when I put them up. 

For my nightstands, I ditched my normal chunky wood candlesticks and opted for some antique brass ones. I didn't realize how popular these have become! I used to go to the thrift store and find these for like a dollar. Now you can't find any at thrift stores and if you go to antique/vintage stores they are selling for like $12 a candlestick! It's crazy! I found a set of some similar brass candlesticks online that I'm crossing my figures I get for Christmas. I have a vision for my winter dining room table, and those are in it! It would sure help to not search all of tarnation and spend gobs on money on them :) I've link the ones I want below so you can get some too :) I have also been collecting old crocks, and placed one on each nightstand and filled it up with a tree. 

This hanging curio cabinet above my bed is from DecorSteals and I just love it...although I have to not think about it falling on me in my sleep  (figures crossed). I placed more antique candlesticks in it along with some cream bristle brush trees I found at Home Goods this year. To soften up my headboard, and add another cozy element I put a brown faux sheep skin rug. I think this helped ground the space too with all the white going on. For even more cozy, I used these big chunky cable knit pillows I got for a steal from Target last year. They are still available online, which I've linked below. 

If you look through my house, the thing I added the most of this past year are these shaker peg rails. They are so fun to decorate and add another element besides a hanging picture. I found these old porch railing pieces from an antique store and never really knew where to use them. I had a random idea and placed them on top of this peg rail and instantly knew that is where they were going to live for awhile. I then hung this hyacinth basket with some faux green stems, a blanket, and wool and bead garland to tied in the look of the rest of the room. 

Now for the Christmas tree! Another thing that has changed more than a couple of times! This is how it stands today, still not sure about it, but we are so close to Christmas why even bother changing it now :) 

To fill her up, I used giant sugar pine cones, white berries, yarn garland, eucalyptus stems...and balloons. Yep. Those bigger gold balls are actually balloons! They haven't popped yet, and have stayed inflated for a few weeks now! Great way to save money on those larger ornaments...also, a space saver when taking down Christmas!

The last little section of this room is my faux fireplace. Up until last week, this had a big red Holly Jolly sign and all of the reindeers names with lots of color. I took it down, and it felt so good :) I then played with some things that needed to be moved downstairs from all the redecorating and landed on this. It's a little busy, but I prefer it over what I had before. I made this faux fireplace years ago, and still love it although I've been on a search for a decently priced antique one for awhile now! Problem is, this wall is tight so it's been hard to find one that will fit. Maybe next year!

One last large picture of this room. It's amazing how things change even in just a year! The only board and batten in here last Christmas was on the far wall. Adding the rest along with the white paint has changed this room so much and I wish I had done it sooner! As you can see I have vaulted ceilings, and that's going to be one of those "I should have done it sooner things" when I finally put up some faux beams. I'm hoping that will happen next year also. 
Hope you all go and add just a little bit of Christmas to your bedroom this week to help you wake up and go to sleep with a little Christmas cheer :)

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happy DIYing! Alicia