Good morning! Well, this is my last post until January. Here are few little holiday touches that we added to the master bedroom here at our rental. As much as I loved having a tree in our master bedroom at our last house we kept in simple in this bedroom although I do hope to put a tree in our bedroom again at some point in the future!
We got some new pillows when we moved in but the best thing we added were these flannel sheets! I have never in all my life slept on more comfortable sheets. Both my husband and I have been kind of amazed at how incredible they are. And the girls too! In fact Lola likes to come in just about every chance she can – haha!
Other than that we pretty much just added some faux greenery to a basket and then I added some garland and wound some little lights through it over on our dresser and then added two beaded cones that I got years ago at HomeGoods and hung a little stocking.
Here’s a little reminder of how much you can warm up a space in a rental through the use of textiles and without any paint or other big changes. (And swapping out light fixtures can be an easy swap too!) Here’s a before:
And here is the space now:
I love adding little lights anywhere I can, even if it’s just one strand of them!
Here are a few pictures without the little lights on:
Master Bedroom Sources:
Trim Color -We are renting so don’t have that info but I’ve held up my swatches and it is very close to Brilliant White by Benjamin Moore
No info on the gray carpet
Curtain Rods – Birch Lane
Drapery Panels – Ritva from IKEA 98″
Shades – Blinds Galore – Boutique Natural Waterfall Woven Shades in the Islay Barleycorn with a Privacy light filtering liner
Nightstands – Joss and Main
Lamps – HomeGoods several years ago (I’ve looked but never been able to find any online that were similar!)
Horse – HomeGoods
Round Gold Clock – HomeGoods
Mirrored Dresser – Bought years ago locally – similar one can be found here
Artwork above Dresser – Minted
Books on Dresser – Vintage
Vase with Gold Bottom – World Market
Garland – purchased years ago at a local store that is now out of business