The transition from Christmas to Winter is a tricky one. I usually keep it really simple and pretty much just take it back to my normal look. Check out our post-Christmas, winter bedroom refresh.
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Greenery is one thing that never goes out of season. It adds life and texture to any space. These days I go with real plants, but most of my wreaths are faux (I do have one preserved boxwood wreath though).
I had a Christmas garland hanging above the bed, but now that Christmas is over, I switched it out with a green Magnolia wreath. It just adds some life and freshness to the space.
I don’t normally have plants on my nightstands, mainly for practical reasons, but I stole this little pitcher with greenery from my bathroom for these pictures and I love it. So now I think I need to order more pitchers and leave them there permanently. You can find the pitcher here.
While I feel like I constantly am changing things up in my house, one of the things that stays very constant is the white bedding. Maybe that’s my trend here, decorating mainly with things that are always in season, not too trendy (ironically), and then accenting with things that change.
White bedding is always a safe (but beautiful) choice. It would take a lot to get me to change that. It’s the best way to anchor any bedroom.
I’m not sure if you guys have seen this chandelier yet, but it was in our guest room downstairs when we bought our house. I had my lovely and (almost always) willing husband move it into our room, and replace the basement light with something else. I’m sooo glad we did it. It just adds so much to the room.
Overall, the bedroom isn’t too much different than it normally is, but it definitely got refreshed after Christmas.
One day I’ll show you all the other side of this bedroom, but for now, I have a few projects on my list to make that part of the room more attractive. It’s not bad, just slightly unfinished (*cough* half painted dresser).
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