With the holidays just a few sleeps away, most homes are now decked with lights, trinkets, and tinsels to bring home the holiday cheers. Not only does most homeowners enjoy having an excuse to decorate their humble abodes with some season-appropriate trinkets, but visitors will also surely appreciate the effort that you’ve put in to celebrate the holidays. We know we love homes all beautified for the end of the year festivities, and we’re sure most of you do, too!
The thing, though, is that not a lot of homes choose to decorate their bedrooms for the holidays. Most opt to just decorate their living and dining rooms, while bedrooms left as is. Especially since bedrooms are private spaces and most guests won’t even see them, some people do not want to go through the stress of planning and executing for these spaces. However, if you’re thinking of going the other way, this blog post is for you!
Since it is a Monday, we’ve decided to round up a few inspiring interiors that are definitely in the holiday mood already. Check out our selections below and click on the links to read more about each bedroom.
Some usual decoration techniques to try for the bedroom include hanging garlands, string lights, and wreaths, adding decorative pieces like pine cones, and other baubles, and using holiday themed bed clothes are some of the easiest ways to introduce some festivity in your bedroom.
Hanging some holiday stockings can also be a great way to inject some holiday vibe into your bedroom.
Those who don’t observe religious holidays around this time of the year but still love to decorate their homes for the new year, adding a little bit of sparkle and whimsy is also a great way to welcome the New Year with a bang!
Opt for some winter whites for a bright new year.
Make your bedroom sparkle and glitter a little in coordination with your end-of-the-year party.
Spread the cheer all throughout your home and couple your bedroom’s comfort with some glitter and sparkle to make it more festive. We know you love your bedrooms, but a little bit more cheer added to it can be a nice way to keep the whole interior design theme a bit more unified all throughout your home.