December Dreams: 7 Ways to Add Holiday Cheer to Your Bedroom

Hot cocoa, festive music and illuminating lights -  it’s beginning to look a lot like the holidays. Everyone’s in a good mood this time of year, so why not add a bit of that holiday magic to your bedroom? After all, cold weather calls for warm nights in.

Our top holiday design tips will keep you merry through the season and snoozing into the new year.

LIGHT IT UP

SHINE BRIGHT: Twinkle lights can transform any room into a warm sanctuary. Drape a couple along your headboard and you’ve got an endless supply of holiday cheer - minimum effort required.

 DFS

DFS


ADD TEXTURE

TOUCH AND FEEL: Knits, furs, duvets - oh my! Room feeling a little flat or lifeless? Instantly add depth to your room and create a space you’ll never want to leave by mixing and matching fabric textures.

 Liz Marie Blog

Liz Marie Blog


EMBRACE THE OUTDOORS...INDOOR

WINTER WONDERLAND: Dreaming of a white Christmas? Well, now there’s no need to. Instead of waiting for the first snowfall, create a winter wonderland indoors. All you need is a perfect set of white sheets, paired with silver accents.

 DIY Crafts Recipes

DIY Crafts Recipes


LAYER IT ON

THE MORE THE MERRIER: There’s no need for a fireplace if you’ve got a bunch of blankets and throws laying around. You’ll be so warm and cozy in bed, getting up might get a little harder.

 Hymns and Verses

Hymns and Verses


RAISE THE CURTAIN

LET THE LIGHT IN: Switch your blackout curtains for a lighter, brighter option. With shorter days, every extra bit of natural light goes a long way.

 Modern Design and Living

Modern Design and Living


PINE OVER IT

NATURE AT ITS FINEST: Nothing smells better than pine. With that said, incorporating some greenery will give you a subtle hint of holidays without going overboard.

 Blesser House

Blesser House


GET MAD FOR PLAID

COZY AS CAN BE: If there’s one thing that’ll never go out of style it’s plaid. Plaid screams comfort, making it the perfect addition to your room.

 Liz Marie Blog

Liz Marie Blog