Magical Master Bedroom with Plenty of Beautiful French Country Holiday Decor
Merry Christmas, Friends!
I’m so glad that you are here. Today, I am sharing my master bedroom with you. I hope that you enjoy it. It was great fun to put together, as I don’t usually decorate the bedrooms.
The master bedroom is located at the top of the stairs with a double door entry. I love a double door, it makes you feel like there is something really special waiting behind them. I decorated the door by draping a cedar garland along the casing and added a wreath to each door.
The Christmas tree is right inside the door, I love this little sneak peek.
There is just something about having a Christmas tree in the bedroom, it adds so much romance.
This tree is full of sparkle-twinkle lights, loads of sparkly silver ornaments and then it’s topped off with an abundance of small crystal ornaments. I placed this tree right in front of a mirror to double the sparkle.
If you haven’t figured it out yet, I’m a girl that loves her sparkle! I added these lovely enormous silver pinecones, that coordinate with the two smaller sized pinecones that I used on the tree, I added some sparkly picks tucked in around the pinecones as well.
I added a lot of layers in this vignette. These champagne glitter trees are my absolute favorite, I now have a trail of champagne glitter all the through my house and into my bedroom.
I layered mirrors, urns, little Christmas trees and fresh greens from the farm.
On the side table next to the chair, I continued my sparkly silver theme by adding mirrored candlesticks on top of some antique books. I leaned a couple of boxwood wreaths against the candlesticks, then added a silver bowl with a beautiful silver ornament in it.
I use a lot of monotones in my deigns, I add interest by adding textures of the same color. This faux fur blanket looks so cozy on this chair. Then I added this gorgeous pillow from Crown Linen Designs.
And, that’s a wrap! I hope that you enjoyed the tour.
Merriest of Christmases to you and your family. May God bless you abundantly in the New Year,’