If you missed it on Friday, this week I am touring you through the Caroline House in all of its Christmas glory. The master bedroom was decorated by Beth Patterson & Rachel Greene.
“And the angel said to them, ‘Fear not, for behold, I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people.'” Luke 2:10
Mm, I am loving the greenery juxtaposed with the neutrals of the rest of the room.
Unfortunately I was not able to get close enough to find out how exactly they made their “joy” sign (wire frame?), but I am still loving it.
Another beautiful reason to go heavy on neutrals is that it makes the few colors you use absolutely pop. That bouquet looks heavenly, not to mention the adorable tree display on the bottom shelf. I like how the use of a tray here brings the lamp and bouquet together, fighting the look of clutter with intentionality.
Stop. Are those carnations? Dang girl, when did you get so good looking? But seriously, who knew carnations could look this awesome?
I love that these neutral holiday pillows look festive and wintery without trying to red-and-green the whole house. Awesome idea for a bedroom or for keeping your Christmas classy and low-key.
The Christmas tree in the room added lots of sparkle, while still maintaining the color scheme. I love the mix of gold and silver, not to mention that incredible tree topper.
Glittery pinecones. Yes.
Keeping in step with the metallic and neutral theme, these ladies dressed up their garland with some glitzy, gold ribbon. Easy and adorable.
Moving into the bathroom for a little peak, I fell in love with their mirror decorations: spray painted magnolia leaves! If you’re here in the Southeast, that makes for an easy (and free) decoration, since magnolia trees seem to be everywhere, not to mention the spray paint keeps you from having to throw out your leaves at their first sign of browning. Genius.
This magnolia leaf wreath was made by tying leaves to a wire wreath frame with wire. I cannot get over it. The look is breathtaking, and yet it’s such a doable decor idea.
Thanks for touring the master bedroom, friends. Come back tomorrow to see the girl’s room and the upstairs study.