The holidays can bring so much joy to the home especially to the interiors. There’s food, presents, and most importantly guests…tons and tons of guests. So for this holiday season let’s just make sure that your holiday decor within matches the spirit all around. The best thing about setting up the holiday décor within your guest rooms is that it’s just a few accent pieces and viola the room has just been Holidayed! Let’s not waste any time and jump right in to the tips and suggestions to transform your guest rooms into holiday bedrooms.
Holiday Bedroom: Christmas Guest Room Ideas
Pick a Color Scheme
One great way to invite the holidays into your home and make your guests feel the holiday cheer is with the color palette. Just as if one was decorating for the Easter season in which pastels would be idea, for Christmas you would choose different reds, greens, and white. Or, you could switch it up with a non-traditional approach by adding in royal blues, silver, violet, gold, even hot pink was used for the younger crowd some have even gone as far as neutrals or whites for the decor which adds a refreshing, open and organic appeal to the space. The choice is yours, use ribbons, bells, mini-Christmas trees, cozy blankets, pillows, curtains, knickknacks etc. that carry the color scheme that you and your guests may find comforting for the season.
Decorating Tips for the Holidays
Words have always been a great way to inspire, encourage, and uplift which are all of the things that are amazing to hear during the Christmas season. So capitalize on that idea, place design elements that spell words that depict the season. Choose words like; JOY, HOPE, MERRY, NOEL etc. You could place these on the mantle if it is in the room or even on the window sills, perhaps there is a fireplace that is no longer in place the words could sit there. You can visit any craft, hobby or home store for the letters and possible more ideas on how to create and display the words.
Create Interiors that Mimic the Outdoors
Something that was always fascinating about the holiday season is that when one decorates their home it’s both interior and exterior. Typically, for other holidays it’s usually one or the other not so much all at once. So with that being said, take inspiration from the exteriors for your holiday bedroom. Hang up some simple wreaths or garland on the beds, book shelves/ cases, mirrors or on the windows, again if there is a fireplace then on the mantle would be ideal. Again, take little shrubbery and tie colorful ribbons some of the branches or mini-Christmas trees and place them in the corners of the room.
Guests are great to have around for the holidays. They bring the fun, life and character to the home, at least hopefully they bring all of these things. So have their space to imitate the best of the season. Just a few little tips and tricks can make an entire difference from the ordinary guest room to an extraordinary holiday bedroom. Take a look above and see how the tips work for you. Or perhaps fellow Stagetecture readers, you have some suggestions on how you like to create your guest rooms for the holidays?
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