Ideas To Make Your Bedroom Festive
Your house is decked out in holiday charm, and on Christmas morning, you'll have little ones running in to wake you up to share their joy. Your bedroom should be as joyful as they are. Here are 4 ideas to decorate your bedroom for Christmas morning without going overboard.
Pull out the holiday bedding and give your everyday sheets and blankets a break for a month. Cuddling underneath the patterns and symbols of the most cheerful time of year will give you sweet dreams and make for a jolly Christmas morning when they kids bound into your room to show you what Santa brought them.
Lights And Delights
Dress up your room with a little garland or string lights. Around the headboard or draped from the ceiling, garland or string lights add holiday sparkle to your bedroom and delight you before you drift off to sleep. They also will enchant your kids when they wake you up to celebrate an early-morning holiday.
A View With A Room
Create a winter scene from the inside of your bedroom that can be seen from the outside. Use window stickers on the glass to create a flurry of snowflakes even when it's not snowing. Frame the wintry window with candy cane candles and holiday window toppers. If you want to keep it simple, LED icicle lights can add sparkle to the window.
Seize The Holiday
Because your kids likely will not wait for you to wake up on Christmas morning to start tearing through presents, set aside the best presents and keep them under a small or slender tree in your bedroom. An artificial tree won't be too much trouble or a big mess, and you can keep the extra gifts a surprise so you won't miss all of the glee for the kids' toys on Christmas morning.
Decorating your bedroom for the holidays doesn't have to be a dramatic task, but sprinkling it with a few frills for a lively Christmas morning for the kids will be worth the extra effort.