A ROOM FIT FOR CHRISTMAS
Updated: Aug 9, 2020
When I began plotting & planning my Christmas decor this season, two words kept jumping into my head: cozy and magical.
So, of course I set off to bring those words to life! What better way to ring in the holiday season? The first order of business was to find a rug that would set the stage for the rest of the decor in the room. When I found the Jenna Natural rug from Orian Rugs, I knew it would be the perfect foundation for the rest of the room. This rug is made in the USA (check!), is indoor/outdoor (for those "accidental" muddy footprints) and is fade & shed resistance. For those of you with kids, or even just a messy significant other, that's a whole lot of "YES" in one package!
The next must on my list was to find the perfect bedding. I turned to Piper Classics because they have such a wide selection of holiday bedding. The farmhouse ticking red bedding (shop it HERE!) added the merriest little touch to the master bedroom. Its softness and coziness just shout "Merrrry Christmmmas!" I also added some throw pillows to go with the bedding. The Hello Christmas pillow is from @bridgewaydesigns. You guys have seen me use them before – they always have the cutest designs for each season.
For the focal wall I added vintage shutters I found at a barn sale, paired with a sign from Hampton Repurposed Wood that brings a festive touch to the room.
This season I encourage you to think outside the box and make your décor, yours. Make sure you love the spaces that you’re creating during this time of year. It will help make the season merry and bright.
In case you're curious, I've listed links below for the other items in the room.
Also, two other blog treats for you! My sweet friend Shannon at Fox Hollow Cottage was generous enough to share a slice of the Maple Creek story and a little tour of our home with her followers! Head that way to see the article, and check out her beautiful blog while you're at it...
PLUS, Kelly Elko, of KellyElko.com, shared a quick virtual look at life on the farm. If pumpkins & sheep are your thing, see that here. Visit Kelly's blog to see home tours from eclectic homes all over AND DIY goodies! It's always a party with friends!
What is your Christmas decor plan this year? I’d love to hear in the comments below! Do you prefer the classic red and white color palette, or are you bringing a fun or unexpected color to your holiday décor? Be sure to tag me on IG, @maplecreekmarket, if you use any of these tips. I'll be reposting my favorites over the next week!
Until next time,
Rug from Orian Rugs
Bedding from Piper Classics
Sign from Etsy