Dressing your home for Christmas is usually retrained to the living areas of the home. The ones that friends and family will see and admire. We start by adding a wreath to the front door to welcome them into our home. The big Christmas tree in the living room that is scattered with decorations, all loving re-positioned by mum once the children have gone to bed. Followed by the bunting, fairy lights, and tinsel that adorn the photo frames and pictures on the walls.
But why do we only decorate the areas that others are likely to see?
Shouldn’t we take the time to make the whole house festive?
So why not take a look at the ideas below on how to decorate your bedrooms for Christmas
How to decorate your bedrooms for Christmas
Let’s start with the easiest and quickest way of injecting a little Christmas spirit into a bedroom – Christmas Bedding. By adding a Christmas themed duvet cover, pillowcase and even a throw to a bed you can give a bedroom an instant Christmas makeover. With a wide variety of Christmas bedding sets available from the Nordic/Scandinavian styles, retro Santa bedding sets through to the children’s fun and funky collection. You are able to find something to match your usual style or even try out something new and different for the festive season.
Who said that fairy lights are just for use on the Christmas tree? The addition of fairy lights around the headboard, curtain pole or across the picture frames on the wall will add that warm glow to the room. Place inside mason jars for a burst of light by the bedside or wrapped around festive twigs and sticks lent up against the wall. Or you could create your very own fairy light Christmas tree…
Whilst you might not fancy the idea of having floor to ceiling Christmas Tree standing in the corner of your bedroom. However, a smaller version in front of the window would add that festive touch without being overpowering – plus it’s a great place to keep your presents close by until the big day (we all know you give them a shake and squeeze to guess what’s inside of them).
Whenever you are decorating a room it is the decorative touches that finish of the space. Decorating a room for Christmas is no exception to this rule. With sprigs of holly, pine cones and Fir branches all be useful accessories. These can be decorated with ribbons, fairy lights, and baubles – or simply left as they are and grouped together in a bowl or vase. Think about adding some seasonal candles into the mix (although as always, never leave a lit flame unattended and ensure is fully extinguished before going to bed).
There you have itm, just a few ideas on how to decorate your bedrooms for Christmas. Simply touches can make all the difference and can be used year after year making it very cost-effective too.
To help you get your bedroom ready for Christmas, Boo Roo and Tigger Too have teamed up with Christmas Bedding to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a Retro Santa bedding set (winner to select the size required – subject to availability).
Disclosure: We received two Retro Santa Christmas Bedding sets FOC for the purpose of review