Thank you all so much for stopping by the blog today and checking out the winter additions we made to our master bedroom. This may be the first time that I’ve brought in seasonal décor to the boudoir and I’m not gonna lie…I’m totally digging it!
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So I didn’t go 100% in-your-face Christmas with this scenery and it will most likely stay like this through the winter season. Just some simple touches of greenery with the eucalyptus from Hearth and Hand (swooning over this stuff) and the undressed tree in its natural state.
I brought in the whites and textures with the pillows, bedding, throws and glitter-fied stars. The textures of these pieces make the space look extra comfy cozy which is just what you want to feel on a winter night! Even here in Florida!
You know I need to warm up the space a bit with my love of woods! The wood headboard was a DIY project and not really wood at all. Hey I’m laminate flooring and I’m beautiful! Add in some wood elements with a blanket ladder and stool for a side table and BOOM! Insta-warmth!
A master bedroom should be a warm, cozy, and comfy space. A place of rest and peace. I’m thinking we need to keep this wintery vibe going longer than just the winter. That’s not weird right?
I linked a bunch of sources from our little wintery bedroom update. Scroll through and click on an image to bring you to the product page. I hope you enjoyed the little winter corner of our bedroom. Have you added a winter vibe, or plan to, in your bedroom oasis? Leave me a comment below! And thanks for coming by today my friends!
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May this season and all seasons bring you joy!
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