'Tis the season to get your bedroom Christmas ready. As the big day rapidly approaches now is the time to deck your bedroom with bells and holly. Indeed, many of us bring the festivities into the main living areas but don't bother with our bedrooms. Baa humbug to you! We can't think of anything better then getting your bedroom Christmas ready. What could be more magical than waking up on Christmas morning than in a winter wonderland. If you're wondering how to get your bedroom Christmas ready then read on for some festive inspiration.
A great way to get your bedroom Christmas ready is to ring the changes with some festive bedding. There are some really super bed sets on the market. Perhaps you will want to go all out with the traditional colours of red and green. However, if you prefer something a bit more subdued then there are some fantastic duvet sets with classic winter scenes. Don't forget you can bring your bedding out every year, so whilst it may cost a bit initially you can have it for life. Maybe you think Christmas bedding is a little over the top. In that case you may just want to add a few Christmas cushions to bring the festive spirit in.
Who doesn't love a tree at Christmas? We can't think of anything better then snuggling under the covers whilst the room is illuminated be fairy lights on a tree. Indeed, you don't need to necessarily get a big tree either. Just a small one that you could put on a chest of drawers will look magical. However if you've got the room and the budget then don't hesitate on going all out. A Christmas tree in bay window looks simply stunning!
If you want to get your bedroom Christmas ready and don't have the space for a tree then consider putting a garland above your bed head. If you're feeling crafty you could make one yourself with holly, pine cones and conifer branches. However if you want something to keep there are some wonderful artificial garlands that you could bring out year after year.
If you've got a bedstead then take advantage of it and hang some stockings at the end of of your bed. All that's left to do is wait for Christmas Eve to see if Father Christmas fills them with goodies!