Well, my friends it is the last day of my farmhouse Christmas home tours. Over the past week, I have shown you my Christmas porch and entry, my cozy farmhouse living room, my Christmas tablescape, a farmhouse dining room and kitchen, and my neutral farmhouse Christmas tree. Today I am showing you how to create a cozy Christmas bedroom with little to no effort.
I want to show you how I was able to create a bit of Christmas in each room. I am so very excited to be taking part in the Christmas tour of homes. 5 days, with 26 homes! You are guaranteed to be inspired by one of them.
Now, I think it can be a bit overwhelming to think that in addition to decorating a tree, and a family room, dining room, entry…whatever you have. And by no means do I want to spend the whole holiday season decorating rooms and then taking them apart. So, what I want to show you is how I added simple pieces to each room to create a cozy Christmas bedroom. A few years ago I wrote a post about 5 things to do to create a cozy Christmas bedroom, and they are all very easy and actionable things that anyone can do. I am even simplifying it more today.
Lets start with my boys bedroom. They share a room, and this room is constantly a mess! I spent more time cleaning the room than the actual decorating, photographing, editing, and post creation. It was so gross. But, the elements are simple, and they make a huge impact.
Their beds are dressed in IKEAs blue striped bedding.
This is something worth investing in, and it is actually a small investment. Its perfect for any farmhouse decor, or really any other style. Have you read The 13th Day of Christmas by Jason Wright? My son is reading it right now and loving it!
For this room, I added a red and white ticking stripe pillow, made my me with this easy envelope pillow cover tutorial.
The fabric is from Joann’s, and you can always find a deal on it. Its something I always have in my stash. Its classic, and its a constant.
I also added a super easy fleece blanket to the end of each bed. I actually just got some plaid fleece fabric at the store and surged the edges. The kids are obsessed with them. The key was to find a fabric that went well with the space, and will be able to stay there throughout the year.
I added a wreath above each bed, and these wreaths were cheap, like 5 bucks a piece at Walmart! Finally, I added a small tree to their desk, complete with battery powered twinkle lights, no need for a plug.
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Now, moving on to my daughters room, and by far my favorite!
I don’t think it is necessary to rip apart the whole room and replace every element to create a cozy Christmas bedroom. No, I kept everything as is, and just added some simple elements. And I think the pink Ikea Duvet went so well with the Christmas decor.
My daughter got a wreath above her bed, some battery powered twinkle lights on the bedframe, a sweet little tree on her nightstand, and a gold wreath to the end of her bed, which was a happy accident!
I love the calming look of her room. If I had this room when I was her age, I would have been thrilled!
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My oldest sons room also got a similar treatment that the other two got.
He got a wreath on the farmhouse sign above his bed, and a few simple Christmas pillow covers made from fabric from Joann’s. I used the same pillow tutorial as before.
I added a simple vine present to his nightstand. I love these presents. I got them at The Home Depot and have used them everywhere……I mean, I got 3 sets, so I had plenty to go around.
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Last is my bedroom. I kept things really simple here. A Christmas pillow, a handmade evergreen swag above the bed, and some garland draping the bed. If you want to see a full tour of this room makeover click here.
I also added a tree to the other side of the room, and set up a few of my vine gifts under it. Just simple. I really only wanted to have some twinkle lights in my bedroom. I love having that.
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So, that my friends is how I create cozy Christmas bedrooms that each member of the family can enjoy. Why not bring a little bit of that Christmas magic into the bedrooms. I know my kids absolutely love the extra attention that it is given and they appreciate the time I spend making it a magical place for them to rest their heads.
Now make sure to check out more of the amazing bloggers sharing their holiday homes.
Have a great day! And make sure you have a wonderful holiday season!
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