Cozy Christmas Bedroom
A cozy Christmas bedroom full of white knit pillows and blankets to set a comfy tone. Add in some greenery wreaths, faux trees, and pinecones to complete the look.
The cozy season, as I refer to it, has officially begun! Cold weather, big fluffy blankets, comfy pillows, flannel pajamas, yummy smelling candles, the Christmas tree on. All topped off with a Hallmark movie.
Whats not to love in this equation? It has snowed three times already here in the midwest, which rarely happens before Thanksgiving. I’m already ALL IN.
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I’ve slowly been decorating each room for Christmas, and am about eighty percent done. It’s a process!
And if I’m being honest, I am really not a fan of the process but absolutely love the end result.
Holiday decorating can get expensive too, so I’m not buying a ton of new stuff, and keeping it simple.
I think with being a blogger you tend to get sucked in to trying to change it up every year, which I definitely try to do. However, I’m learning that you can still find a different look when you are reusing old decor.
You just have to get creative, and maybe use less than you did the year before. Simple is my new jam. Less is more.
I’ve been in a funk with trying to decorate our living room this year, so I finally decided to just take a time out, and instead I started from the back of the house. That’s why you are getting our guest bedroom first!
I tend to do that a lot when I’m having a creative block. Do something different, change my routine, and let other things sit.
I wanted this bedroom to be extra cozy, so I added a comfy knit white blanket that epitomizes winter to me. Also, I added some beautiful white and cream pillows that are to die for.
And now I just want to take a long, cozy nap in here!
When I added the vintage mirror wall to this room earlier this year, I pictured hanging wreaths on each one for the holiday season. And now I get to!
I found these little wreaths from the dollar bins at Target (similar ones here), and just added some ribbon to hang them. Love the look!
The brown bead garland, mini faux trees, and pinecones just came from my stash I already had. I love using little holiday trinkets like these on end tables and nightstands to give an extra little festive touch.
One room down, a few more to come! Hope you enjoyed this cozy room!
More Christmas Posts
- Green and Gold Plaid Christmas Tree
- Wood Slice Wreath Ornament
- Farmhouse Style Gift Basket
- Christmas Home Tour Part One
- Christmas Home Tour Part Two
It looks really amazing. the way pearls are enhancing the look of bed is seriously beautiful and looks delicate. I really love this kind of decoration.
WOW this room looks so awesome down to every detail! Beautiful pictures!! Going to have to save this for next year thanks for sharing!
Gorgeous!!! Where’s the striped bedding from? I love the simplicity.
Its from Home Goods! One of those rare, random finds!
A breath of fresh air, always simple and elegant.
Ashley, you scored again! I love how you decorate. You definitely have the less is more look down to perfection! Hope you are taking care of yourself as you remain in my prayers.
I Like your less and more. This year I’m cutting back on my decorating too. IFlock a few of my small tress and they turned out cute. Enjoy your blog so much.
Ashley, this is wonderful! I am so glad you are using the “less is more” philosophy. I prefer this way of decorating anyhow. Classic. Timeless. Peaceful. Calm. Thank you!!!
BTW, where might we find a comforter like that? You seem to always know where to look for great items. 🙂 Your blog is an inspiration for my new house in TX!
Blessings to you and Happy Thanksgiving!
Boy this room is so cozy and I can see curling up and relaxing. I like your less is more take. I try and just move things around every year. It can be expensive and sharing our love for decorating is the fun part.
Love the simple, comfortable look of this room. I can see myself in that bed reading a good book.
Ashley I love this room! Less is more for sure. Thank you so much for sharing your home with us. You inspire me with every post.