Our Christmas Bedroom



                                                                    Hello everyone!

                             I spent most of the day  doing Christmas decorating and I have pretty much finished our bedroom so I thought you might like to see it because if you are like me you love Christmas house tours.
                            This year our bedroom had a completely different look from last year as it had a big makeover in Febuary/March. So with a more neutral background I thought for awhile about how to decorate it this year to make it cosy and Christmasy. If you would like to see the makeover click here.
     So I decided to give it some touches of plaid and used what I had with a few new thrift finds.


                              The cranberry throw on the end of the bed is a Pottery Barn throw but from a thrift shop in Summerside for $2. The valance around the curtains on the bed were in the kitchen last week-remember I like change!
  The tree in the corner was also a thrift shop find about 6 years ago for $20. so I think I got my moneys worth.
           I love the Nativity scene on the mantel-my reminder of the real reason of the season.

       Some added whimsey
                                              Presents under the tree. I like the mix of toile and plaid.
                                                          A wreath for the mirror.

                                                    My Scottish Santa in his tartan coat.
                       A comfy chaise(formerly in the kitchen bay window.
                            A propane fireplace keeps it cosy and warm.


                                                 Love the night time glow.

             

  Well, that is my Christmas bedroom for this year. If you would like to see how very different it looked last year click here.

I am joining the following parties:

Vintage Inspiration- Christmas at Common Ground
Open House  at Berndeen's Teatime Blog.
Show off Saturday at The Rose Garden in Malevik.

I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Carolyn

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