Well, friends, I thought I’d pop back in one more time before the festivities start to give you a look around my bedroom decorated for Christmas. Following this post, I’m signing off until 2018. But never fear, after a short break, I plan to be back. I’m looking forward to kicking off my 9th year of blogging!
As promised in my Holiday Home Tour, I wanted to give you a peek around my bedroom. Back in the fall, I painted a big black square on the wall behind my bed, but I failed to update you on how it all came together after that. Well, after today it will no longer be a mystery.
Clearly, a lot has changed in this space since I first shared my bedroom. I got new bedding, new lights, and new pieces of furniture and added decor. I’m loving the changes. I’ve linked up a lot of the products on my SHOP IBC page under “Pittsburgh Apartment” in case you’re looking for sources.
Granted, much of the decor in here is Christmas-related, so it will be interesting to see how things look after the holidays, but I’m not worried about that right now.
In addition to what’s on the shelf over the bed, the festive touches continue with a colorful felt ball garland (from HomeGoods) and this “Let’s Mistletoe” banner. I thought it was sort of cheeky even though there’s no “mistletoe-ing” happening. I got the idea for this banner from one I saw at Target. However, their’s was covered in glitter, so I ordered this one from Etsy.
The Christmas pendant pillow on the bed is from Fabric Scout Studio. It’s the perfect bit of old-fashioned Christmas.
You may have noticed that the big cactus from my living room is now in this space. It may look out of place, but I like the quirk factor.
I’m not sure if I ever showed you this, but I put together a tiny gallery wall next to my chair. With a couple seasonal accessories, I’m digging how it looks.
I also put up a small tree in this space. It came together with lots of quirky ornaments I had on hand. All the wood ornaments are from Tree Hopper Toys, the buffalo check balls are from HomeGoods, and the gold sequined unicorns were a Target find last year. They might be my favorite.
And for one final touch, I hung my marshmallow wreath on my bedroom door. I made the wreath three or four years ago. If you look close, it’s a little worse for the wear, but I love it just the same.
And that’s a wrap! Not only is my Christmas bedroom tour complete, but another year is on the books for IBC. Since I can’t say it enough, thank you for your continued support, comments, likes, shares, etc. It means the world to me and helps make all of this possible. I love you!
I know I owe you a life update (as many of you have asked), so I’ll be certain to share that early in the coming year.
Wishing each of you a very merry Christmas and the happiest of new years!