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We are so excited to share with you our guest bedroom Christmas decor!
What better way to make visitors feel welcome than a guest bedroom decorated for Christmas? Twinkling lights on the tree, greenery and simple decor make a big impression. Sugar plum fairies will be dancing in their heads in no time!
Today I’m thrilled to be joining with some of our super talented friends. We will each be sharing our favorite rooms for our Celebrate Christmas Home Tours, hosted by Leen of Sand Dollar Lane. You will get to see 15 beautiful Christmas home tours, full of holiday inspiration and ideas. The fabulous list of home tours is at the bottom of this post. If you found us by way of Lindsay of My Family Thyme, welcome! Isn’t her holiday kitchen gorgeous?
An old fashioned Christmas was the inspiration for the guest bedroom. Fresh greenery and pinecones adorn the headboard. Festive red plaid sheets are paired with this plush, creamy white bedspread. It is so soft!
I made the Merry Christmas pillow several years ago. You can see the tutorial HERE.
A vintage felt Santa Clause is cute on the nightstand. If you know me, then you know that I love Santa! I have an extensive collection of handmade and hand painted Santa’s. I will be sharing more about that in a later post.
Jenn and I each purchased a Holly Jolly Farm bucket while on our recent mountain trip. A mini pine tree from my stash fit perfectly inside.
Vintage Inspired Christmas Bedroom
I placed miniature bottlebrush trees inside vintage sewing thread spools. These spools are about 70 years old and they were from grandmother’s sewing kit.
Here is another Santa, clad in plaid. He seems rustic and outdoorsy to me.
Several years ago, I made this book page wreath. All I needed to do was add a few red berries to make it look more festive.
Homespun Christmas Tree
The first thing I added to the tree were strands of raffia. I also made some raffia bows.
A couple of weeks ago, I shared a post tutorial for drying orange slices in the oven. I created a simple garland and draped them around the tree. At the last minute I made cinnamon applesauce cutouts. I am so happy that I did, because they make the room smell amazing! I’ll share how I made them tomorrow!
We hope that you have enjoyed our guest bedroom Christmas decor! Next up is the very talented Sonya Burgess, and her stunning French inspired holiday home tour!