By the time you've decorated your living room, trimmed your tree, set your holiday table, and spruced up your front porch, you might feel fresh out of Christmas decorating ideas and inspiration. But what's the point of spending all of that energy on giving your home a seasonal makeover only to go to sleep and wake up in a room that looks like it does at any other time of the year? Infusing your primary suite, guest room, or kid's room with festive vibes is a simple way to squeeze a little more magic out of the holidays.
Check out these Christmas bedroom ideas in a range of styles and moods that you can enjoy from the comfort of your own bed.
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Channel the Sugar Plum Fairy
Lobster and Swan created a dreamy Christmas bedroom inspired by the Nutcracker's Sugar Plum Fairy. Purple-toned flowers and floral bedding, a tree-shaped pine branch hung on the wall, strings of twinkle lights, and a nightstand stocked with dainty snacks invites a cozy winter night in.Continue to 2 of 26 below.
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Say It With Greenery
This farmhouse Christmas bedroom from blogger Liz Marie has a fluffy pine cone-studded wreath over the bed and a bushy green garland strung with golden bulb lights draped over the headboard to create a simple but festive look that complements the white and beige tones of the room.Continue to 3 of 26 below.
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Pair Black and Gold
Blogger Annie Diamond of Most Lovely Things added a subtle nod to the Christmas season in her soothing black-walled bedroom by draping a garland with golden fairy lights around the window above the bed that complements the gold-toned reading lights and creates a grown up holiday vibe.Continue to 4 of 26 below.
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Paint a Nordic Scene
A lighted Christmas garland subs in for a headboard in this chic minimalist Scandinavian-inspired bedroom from designer Annie Sloan that features chalk painted wood paneled walls, simple linen bedding in shades of pale gray, and a vase of tall branches to complete the serene and wintry look.Continue to 5 of 26 below.
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Paint the Furniture
This enchanting children's room from designer Annie Sloan is transformed with a whimsical chalk paint makeover on the bedside dresser in soft, retro shades of olive green, cream, and red. Green paint on the bed frame and bold soft pink stripes painted on the walls completes the storybook picture.
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Keep It Fresh
This fresh, modern Christmas bedroom from Urbanology Designs features a tall naked tree perched in a natural woven basket and a mini tree posed on the dresser that makes an understated holiday statement that is perfect for modern interiors.Continue to 10 of 26 below.
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Embrace Forest Green
Forest green paint makes a change from the usual black on this tall modern canopy bed from designer Annie Sloan, neutral enough to work all year, it reads like Christmas strung with a strand of twinkle lights, with a draped green-and-red garland handing on the wall.Continue to 11 of 26 below.
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Keep It Cheerful
Blogger Lucy Akins of Craftberry Bush gave her bedroom a simple holiday refresh by adding a tree, a faux fur throw, holiday-themed throw pillows, and bed linens in shades of bright red and white that add contrast to the black brick walls and send a modern holiday message.Continue to 12 of 26 below.
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Layer on Texture
Blogger Liz Marie strung her antique door headboard with mercury glass baubles hung with fish line and added a trio of cedar wreaths and a tabletop tree on each nightstand. The lush greenery adds color and complements all the lush wintry textures on the white, beige, and ivory bed linens and chunky knit throw tossed at the edge of the bed.Continue to 13 of 26 below.
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Decorate the Top Bunk
This whimsical kids room is decorated by designer Annie Sloan in shades of deep navy and antique red on the wall paint and decor and the bedding. The top bunk is strung with a DIY advent calendar that will make each day of the holiday season countdown memorable.Continue to 14 of 26 below.
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If your headboard is tall enough, drape it with a fresh and fragrant bough of greenery rather than hanging it on the wall, like this primary bedroom from Brexton Cole Interiors.Continue to 15 of 26 below.
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Create a Bedside Altar
Designer Annie Sloan kept this Nordic-inspired Christmas bedroom spare and minimal, creating a sweet, simple altar to everything Christmas on the bedside table with a mini tree ornament, a vase of lighted branches, and a rustic star hung on the pale chalk paint wood paneled walls.Continue to 16 of 26 below.
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Hang an Advent Garland
Emily Henderson Design gave this kid's room an easy Christmas refresh by stringing up a bright red advent stocking calendar above the headboard, and adding Christmas-themed sheets and a Santa throw pillow to cheer up the bed.Continue to 17 of 26 below.
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Be Naughty and Nice
Let your Christmas bedroom decor be as cheeky as you are, like this headboard display from Inspired By Charm that mixes vintage elements and seasonal puns to create a lighthearted take on holiday decor.Continue to 18 of 26 below.
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Interior designer Anita Yokota created an annual holiday tradition with her two young daughters of giving them a girly holiday makeover for their shared room. Here she combined a miniature pink Christmas tree with multi-colored garlands, ornaments, and fun throw pillows to give their bedroom a dose of holiday magic.Continue to 19 of 26 below.
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A half wreath over the bed, a mini tabletop tree ornament by the bed, and a tote bag stamped with a peaceful message are all it takes to add seasonal vibes to this farmhouse bedroom from blogger Liz Marie that is neutral and minimal enough to stay up until spring.Continue to 20 of 26 below.
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Add Farmhouse Vibes
Blogger Leslie Saeta of My 100 Year Old Home added a row of white house-shaped votives to her primary bedroom mantel, attached a bundle of ribbon-tied greens to a thrift store lamp, and tossed a red throw pillow on her armchair and a neatly folded red-and-green quilt at the foot of the bed that injects her all-white farmhouse bedroom with Christmas spirit.Continue to 22 of 26 below.
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Deck the Alcove
This Christmas bedroom from Emily Henderson Design is the stuff that happy childhood memories are made of, complete with its own towering tree nestled into the alcove and covered in warm glowing lights. Whimsical stuffed animal trophy heads get a festive refresh with a Santa hat and candy cane-striped scarves.Continue to 23 of 26 below.
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Decorate With Mirrors
Blogger Liz Marie decorated her faux mantel headboard with a mix of wood- and gold-framed mirrors, simple candlesticks, and a garland to give this Christmas bedroom a light and airy feel.Continue to 25 of 26 below.
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Mix Cool and Warm Tones
Blogger Ursula Carmona of Home Made By Carmona added Christmas warmth to a cool-toned navy, gray, and white bedroom by decking a tall tree in gold ball decorations and golden twinkle lights.Continue to 26 of 26 below.
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Dress Up the Guest Room
Blogger Leslie Saeta from My 100 Year Old Home gave her vintage-inspired modern farmhouse bedroom a holiday refresh by adding touches of red and green, swapping out the art for a cheerful Christmas-themed poster, and layering in red-and-white plaid pillows, mini wreaths, and a tabletop tree.