I know, I know. Christmas decor before Thanksgiving? Gasp! I couldn’t help myself though. After October 31st, my inner Buddy the Elf kicked in and I had to decorate something.
Enter our ho hum master. Its made a lot of headway since we moved in, but it always get pushed way down on our to do list in favor of bigger impact projects. It was time for our bedroom to get a little love. I knew that I could create a cozy Christmas bedroom for us with a few simple changes.
It all started with this darling Christmas Tree Farm sign from my friend Jenny over at Down Grace Lane. She hand makes the most adorable signs. You’ll find them all over our house, but I think her Christmas signs might be my fave! I hung it on our DIY headboard just above the acorn garland that stays there year round.
Since our bedding is neutral, adding in a few festive and cozy pillows from Target and Marshall’s completely changed the look of our room.
I added a plaid blanket scarf from Target’s dollar spot on top of the faux fur blanket that always lives on our bed for a bit more color and coziness. I mean, is there really such a thing as too much cozy during the winter? No. No, there is not.
A tray filled with a few of my current favorites round out our room and up the cozy factor some more. Hot chocolate, the most amazing Bayberry candle from Target and Pottery Barn‘s Christmas magazine put me in the Christmas spirit for sure.
Our room happened to be the perfect blank slate to add Christmas elements to. If your room has a less neutral color palette, its still possible to cozy it up for the winter holidays. Instead of focusing on traditional christmas colors, focus on adding lots of cozy textures like faux fur, flannel and chunky sweater knits. Some simple greenery and twinkle lights will do the trick, too.
Now you can shop our Christmas bedroom by clicking the pictures below!
So what do y’all think? Do you love the idea of a Christmas bedroom or is it too much? This is the first year I’ve decorated our room for Christmas, and I love it so much I think its going to be our newest tradition!