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Christmas bedroom decor with navy and red


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christmas bedroom with blue and red accents

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Decorating our bedroom for Christmas isn’t something I’ve always done. But adding just a few simple holiday elements makes it cozy and festive for the season. Today I’m sharing the little things I’ve done to the bedroom and joining the Holiday Home Tour, hosted by Jenny at Evolution of Style and the ladies at 11 Magnolia Lane.

There are 25 tours, all linked at the bottom of this post, so be sure to visit everyone for some Christmas decorating inspiration and beautiful homes. If you’re coming over from Just a Girl Blog, welcome!! I adore her plaid inspired Christmas bedroom!

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And if you missed it, I shared our Christmas tree and vintage hutch all decked out in blue and green for the holidays here: Cozy Christmas Decor with Blue, Green, and Hydrangeas. Next week I’ll be sharing some of our outdoor spaces.

Now let’s get started with a little tour of our holiday bedroom. NOTE: Scroll to the bottom of the post for all shopping resources.

Christmas Bedroom Decor with Navy and Red

I didn’t go all out anywhere with Christmas this year, with the exception of our deck which you’ll get to see on Monday. In our bedroom I kept it simple and sweet and low stress. Two simple garlands are draped across the curtain rod and add such a nice soft touch in here. 

bedroom decorated for Christmas with faux fur blanket and red and navy accents

Night Stand Decorated for Christmas

Earlier this year I snagged a couple of vintage night stands at an estate sale and have one of them in here. The vintage lamp and alarm clock are also estate sale finds from years ago.  I added a little plaid basket for some Christmas color and a package wrapped with pretty red satin ribbon. A little Christmas greenery finishes off this spot. 

nightstand with small lamp and clock and plaid basket with Christmas present

On the other side of the bed the large basket holds more throw blankets and a holiday pom pom pillow for a bit more color in here. 

large basket with fringed red throw blanket and pom pillow

Christmas trees and accents

Over in the corner I placed an Alpine Christmas tree that has some wooden apples and faux berries. And a woven basket on the bench at the foot of the bed has a vintage plaid throw blanket and a couple more of the wrapped packages with red satin ribbon. 

basket with plaid blanker and present with faux fur throw blanket in Christmas bedroom

I added a little feather Christmas tree that I’ve had forever, and a vintage ironstone platter because I felt like it needed something more. 

small feather tree and white ironstone platter

And a tiny led church Christmas ornament from my shop adds a little more holiday cheer. 

small paper and birch led house

Festive pillows and throw blankets

On the bed, I added a festive red “Merry” lumbar pillow for a pop of color. And my favorite faux fur throw blanket is a warm and cozy addition for the colder months. The navy pillows
coordinate with my vintage Ralph Lauren duvet cover. And the monogrammed linen Euro shams are here all year. They go with everything. 

The only other thing that I added in here are some holiday sheets. You can see them peeking out from behind the Euro pillows. I’ve had these for years and it makes the bed feel like a pretty gift box when I’m climbing in at night. I highly recommend it!

bedroom with white quilt and red throw pillow decorated for Christmas

That’s a wrap on our master bedroom Christmas tour. Next up on the Holiday Home Tour is Jessica at Decor Adventures. Head over there now to see her holiday bedroom! NOTE: Scroll to the bottom of the post for all shopping resources.

Here are all of the posts on this week’s tour. Be sure to visit them all for some beautiful Christmas inspiration

Monday, November 29th (Front Porch/Outdoor Spaces)
Southern Hospitality | A Blissful Nest Most Lovely Things | Cindy Hattersley Design | Shine Your Light

Tuesday, November 30th (Entries/Dining Rooms)
11 Magnolia Lane | Sincerely Marie Designs | The Pink Clutch Blog | Summer Adams | Home by Heidi | Classic Casual Home   

Wednesday, December 1st (Living Rooms/Dens)
Sincerely Marie Designs | 11 Magnolia Lane | Sincerely Sara D | This is Our Bliss | Thrifty Decor Chick
| Dimples and Tangles

Thursday, December 2nd (Kitchens/Laundry Rooms/Misc.)
Evolution of Style | Sincerely Marie Designs | A Stroll Thru Life | Pink Peppermint Design | Setting for Four | Citrine Living

Friday, December 3rd (Master Bedroom/Kid’s Rooms)
Quarters One | Just a Girl | Postcards from the Ridge | Decor Adventures |
A Stroll Thru Life | County Road 407

christmas bedroom with fur blanket and red and navy accents


  1. Such a pretty and welcoming room. I love the baskets holding pillows, throws and gifts, such a creative idea. The garland on the windows is perfect, adds just enough Christmas.

  2. I'm just loving this navy and red combo so much! There are so many beautiful details in this beautiful bedroom!

  3. Lovely Christmas bedroom, love your new side table and all your decorating style, thanks for the tips. Merry Christmas to you and family.

  4. Hi Angie

    I don't have the energy to decorate a bedroom, but I sure enjoyed seeing yours! So festive and pretty!

  5. Well sign me up to come or a visit! Everything looks bright, happy and cozy. Love those sheets too! I need to get some of those! Good to be hopping with you again. Merry Christmas!

  6. Angie this bedroom looks so cozy and festive! Love all your special touches for Christmas! Hope you enjoy the season!

  7. It looks so cozy! That little feather tree is just darling, too! Thanks for touring with us this year and Merry (early) Christmas!

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