Christmas Bedroom Decor


Hello friends. I hope your week is going well so far. It’s already Wednesday. I also can’t believe that this is the last post on our Seasons of Home series. I truly hope that you have found some inspiration along the way.
A huge thank you to my dear friend  Kristen for putting this all together because if you’re not a blogger, you might not know that it actually takes a lot of work and effort to coordinate these home tours.
Today we will be sharing some Christmas bedroom decor .
You have probably already noticed that I painted another dark wall. I  might have gone a little nuts last month and painted all these dark walls because I had paint left over in the tray. But I’m enjoying the change.
(For now)

christmasbedroom2018craftberrybush-9 I do love the way the white and red pop against the dark walls. It has such a cozy feel. The color on the wall is called Midnight and even though it looks a little blue, it’s actually a very dark gray. I wanted the room to feel a little more modern and I’m still working on some changes.
I continued this year’s theme with blues and reds upstairs. Dug out some old items and ordered some new ones.  christmasbedroom2018craftberrybush-4

How cute is this Santa pillow I ordered from Joss & Main. I love it.  christmasbedroom2018craftberrybush-5 christmasbedroom2018craftberrybush-6


This plaid quilt I got last year and I adore it.  I also love that it’s reversible to a rich red.


I have learned that unfortunately most washing machines can’t wash king size comforters and I have ruined both the comforter and the washing machine when I have  tried.
I even tried a laundromat and though I didn’t break the machine, the comforter didn’t rinse or wash well. It was a mess. So I gave up on buying comforters and now exclusively buy duvet covers. I just ordered this adorable cotton one.  I love the little pompom details on it.  christmasbedroom2018craftberrybush-8

A really easy way to change up your space is to change your lampshades and so I changed out the lampshades to THESE black ones.


You have probably seen similar stockings on the mantel downstairs before.  Can you believe that we’ve never had stocking holders before? I fell in love with these.


My mom made the red plaid pillow for me last year.  christmasbedroom2018craftberrybush-10

Do you remember a while back when I told you that I was excited that I was going to have my own craft/office space? And then remember how much I struggled doing it because the new office space was my son’s old room? Well, I ordered this light for my ‘office’ but to be honest, changing his room didn’t feel right in my heart so the light ended up here. I like it so much.  His room still remains the same.  christmasbedroom2018craftberrybush-11

I also changed out the rug from the old shag rug which was looking pretty shaggy but not in a good way.  christmasbedroom2018craftberrybush-13 christmasbedroom2018craftberrybush-15

I want to change these dressers to actual nightstands but I have to save some money first. ha  christmasbedroom2018craftberrybush-16 christmasbedroom2018craftberrybush-17 christmasbedroom2018craftberrybush-18 christmasbedroom2018craftberrybush-20

My boy always with me. Probably super bored wanting to be outside.  christmasbedroom2018craftberrybush-21

Look at those sweet little eyes. He brings us so much joy. :)


So there you have it ! Christmas in the bedroom.

I took these photos a while back so some things have changed. I’ll share more tomorrow as well a fun announcement from my friends at Joss & Main that you want to make sure you come back to read. :)

In the meantime, please take a moment to visit my sweet friends gorgeous spaces below.

Thank you so much for stopping by .

much love,


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Boxwood Avenue | Nesting with Grace | Zevy Joy | My Sweet Savannah

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  1. Ardith says

    Your bedroom is stunningly gorgeously classic, Lucy. You are spot on with Christmas decorating, yet again. Cheers and Happy Holidays, Ardith

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