Do you remember my soft & romantic bedroom Christmas tree post last week? Today I’m revealing the rest of my Christmas bedroom decor. I have always wanted to have a red and white Christmas bedroom and am really excited to finally have taken the time to change out my linens and other decor so that I can enjoy this look. I didn’t want the red to overwhelm my room but I love the pop of it against the white and blue. Finding the “right” red pattern was really important to me because I want to enjoy this for more than just Christmas and I didn’t want this to feel exclusively “Christmas-y.” With this pretty floral pattern I will be able to enjoy this for much longer.
Over the bed, I switched out my blue & white plates for red & white ones. This was a simple switch that made a big impact.
These pillows and the red Telluride comforter set (by Ralph Lauren Chaps) are from Kohl’s. Right now they have a 25% off coupon on their website which you can download – just FYI. This adorable little pillow depicting a woody car with a Christmas tree tied on top ended up costing me less than $15 which feels like a steal especially when you compare it with many others which are selling for $40 and up.
My kitty loves it and can be found on here daily!
These pillows are from Target many years ago. I store my pillows in tubs in the attic and am grateful that they have lasted for so long.
I also have a little nativity set on a table. I found this charming backdrop at Home Goods last year. I love the little glitter accents on it.
It makes a perfect frame for this petite nativity scene which I found at the Dollar Tree quite a while ago.
A simple berry wreath hangs over the nativity and lends a nice color accent on this wall.
A teacup, and a few other red accents are all that are needed to add a bit of Christmas magic to this little corner of my nest.
This room is cheerful, cozy, and romantic all at once – a unique and happy combination!!
I hope you enjoyed this and found a bit of inspiration to help you add some Christmas cheer to your bedroom.