If you missed Saturday’s post, every day this week I’ll be touring you through the Caroline House in all of its Christmas splendor. The master bedroom was decorated by Sara Newdome and Kellie Stewart.
“In that day the Lord of hosts will be a crown of glory, and a diadem of beauty, to the remnant of His people.” Isaiah 28:5
I love how extravagant, yet reserved the holiday decor in this room is. It’s not neon with red and green; even the light blue shams are neutral. But this allows for the lush garland to feel balanced and not over-the-top. I love the idea of garland in a bedroom. I also love how the shams make only a subtle nod to the season by being a neutral plaid.
This gorgeous angel painting was quite stunning. Like the room, color takes a backseat to texture. Lovely.
Vintage books, ornate furniture, antique photos, and lush greenery makes this room feel like a castle ruin almost. In a good way.
And yes, Mr. P, you can put a bench at the end of our bed and cover it with little gifts for me to wake up to. No, I don’t mind at all. Bahaha. But in all seriousness, how cute are these wrapping jobs. Not to sound like a broken record, but… lovely texture among neutral colors.
And have you ever seen a driftwood nativity? How amazing is this!
How lovely are these tree skirt alternatives. Bountiful fabric bunches look quite luxurious. Maybe a good option if your tree will not have so many presents underneath?
Oh hi there mirror! While we can’t all hand paint our dressers for the holidays (…or can we…?), I’m finding some real inspiration here. A) Using light blue as a Christmas color. B) That wreath on the mirror. Cute. C) Using large candle pillars for plants instead of candles. Genius!
Eucalyptus and magnolia leaves make great addition to any (every) greenery you have out this season, including garland and wreaths.
Having door chalkboards is such a cute idea. Think about inspiring quotes or verses, or simply messages and reminders you want to have nearby. I like this idea.
Hope you like the master bedroom as much as I did. To see more of the home, come back tomorrow. We’ll be touring the girl’s room and upstairs study.