Decorating the Bedrooms for the Holidays

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Still feeling the holiday cheer and the urge to do a little more holiday decorating?

Go ahead - and decorate the bedrooms!

Holiday Kids' Bedroom Ideas

  • Festive Kids Beds - Young kids can be full of energy and struggle to go to bed during all the excitement of the holidays. Make going to bed more inviting and carry the holiday cheer into the bedroom. Celebrate going to bed with colourful new bed linen, a new holiday-themed plush toy, or by adding beautiful, holiday-coloured pillows.
  • Greeting Cards as Christmas decor in the Bedroom - Decorating a bedroom suitable for an older child or teen can be easy and fun too. Placing greeting cards that contain personalized messages on the nightstand or beside the bed gives the bedroom that personal touch. Crafty tweens and teens may enjoy being part of the holiday decorating. Greeting cards from previous years can be crafted into holiday ornaments, holiday bunting or a hanging holiday mobile.

Holiday Master Bedroom Ideas

  • A Christmas Tree in the Master Bedroom - Replace the bedside lamp with a mini, twinkling tree. A mini-sized tree with fibre optic lighting built in can often be found at discount stores or even large grocery chains. Or, add a short strand of twinkle lights or LED lights to a mini tree. Be sure to use shatterproof ornaments, or some of the recycled holiday card ornaments mentioned above.
  • A Wreath and Bows and a Small Master Bedroom - Dress up even the smallest of master bedrooms for the holidays without loosing precious bedside table or dresser space. Add a wreath or garland to a bedroom door or bedroom wall. Fill the master bedroom with a few festive accents by tying bows on the door handle, draping a ribbon and bow along a headboard or decorating the curtain rod.

Happy Holidays!