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Happy Sunday! My arm has been feeling a little better so I decided to put a little tree in our bedroom. I have never decorated our bedroom for Christmas but this year, I decided it was time. I have always wanted a Christmas bedroom full festive bedding and cute holiday pillows. Something about flannel sheets make going to bed some much better. -ha. It is so nice and cozy having a tiny tree in the bedroom and lite up at night. What a cozy and warm feeling. Do any of you ever decorate your bedroom for the holidays? Last year, I helped my mom create a festive holiday look in her bedroom and it turned out so pretty (I think so anyway) and this year, she did the same thing. You can see my parents Christmas master bedroom here.
I found the black and white polka dot flannel sheets, red velvet blanket, red and white diamond coverlet set and adorable naughty and nice throw pillows all at HomeGoods.
I sleep on the “nice” side. -ha. My husband came home from work after I had washed everything and put the bedding on and said, “why do I have the naughty pillow?”
He quickly figured out that you can turn the pillow around and it says “nice.”
Reversible naughty and nice pillows, isn’t that fun?
Be sure to check out the rest of our holiday home for this year too,
So there you have it, a cozy Christmas bedroom. When I was creating this look in the store, it was based around the holiday coverlet. The coverlet had red and white diamonds so I knew I needed a printed sheet that would coordinate and the black and white polka dots ended up being perfect. White or red sheets would look good too but I took a chance and mixed two patterns. I get a little nervous sometimes mixing patterns but this worked out. I ended up grabbing a set of standard black gingham checkered pillow cases too because checkers and dots always go together so I figured, why not give it a try right? What’s the worst thing that can happen, it looks horrible and you return it right? No harm in trying to mix and match in my book. You never know unless you try :).