Our Holiday Home

Bedroom Makeover

Welcome to our holiday home and “Favorite Christmas Room” Blog Hop. If you are here visiting from Amy’s gorgeous home, hello!! I am so glad you stopped by. Wasn’t her living room gorgeous?! She is the sweetest and her home is so inspirational!

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Speaking of inspiration, I have been gathering ideas and inspiration for our bedroom for months now. It is one of those projects that has been on the “To-Do” list for quite some time now. When I started thinking about the holiday’s, I knew it would be the perfect time to update the room and reveal it!

As always, we are on a budget! So that meant finding budget friendly ways to update our bedroom without breaking the bank. We have left over paint from previous projects. I used Benjamin Moore’s Simply White for our home and it’s the perfect combo of bright and warm.

I used “Making Joy & Pretty Things” tutorial on laying the shiplap. The tutorial was so easy to follow and super affordable. Plus any project I can do without the help of the hubs means I can do it on my timing, which means I randomly wake up one day and decide I am buying and laying shiplap all in one day. Not exactly his style. ;P

These shelves were an easy addition using 3 planks and these $2 brackets.

I will be doing a tutorial on this DIY up cycled $10 mirror after the holidays so keep your ear out, or Subscribe to get my Free DIY Plans first!

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You’ll die when you see it before. It was a hideous little thing.

Our desk area is the perfect place to work on my blog … and hopefully now that it’s all done up it won’t collect as much junk. I can dream right?!

How cute are these DIY Tags from Taryn Whiteaker?

This room has truly brought a new excitement to this Christmas Season. The problem is, I don’t want to leave this cozy little room so that makes getting out of bed every morning extra challenging. We will have to soak up all the coziness in our winter break.

Happy Holiday’s Friends & don’t forget to visit all the other beautiful holiday homes and favorite spaces by clicking the links below. Head over to Misty’s home over at MisDIY next!! You won’t want to miss her sitting room! It has always been a favorite of mine.

Sharing my Buffalo check inspired Christmas bedroom for the Favorite Christmas Room blog hop along with 12 other bloggers to inspire you!

Cuter Tudor | Uniquely Taylor Made
MisDIY | A Blue Nest

Sharing my Buffalo check inspired Christmas bedroom for the Favorite Christmas Room blog hop along with 12 other bloggers to inspire you!

The Homemaking Momma | Revive & Design
She Gave It A Go | Noting Grace

Sharing my Buffalo check inspired Christmas bedroom for the Favorite Christmas Room blog hop along with 12 other bloggers to inspire you!

Pennies From Heaven Home | The Tattered Pew
A House With Books | Mint Candy Designs

 

Shop the look of this room with links below. 

  1. Rug 
  2. Vintage Chalkboard
  3. Small 4 foot Christmas Tree
  4. Small Wooden Tool Box
  5. Striped Duvet Cover
  6. Small Table Tree
  7. Rain Boots
  8. “Love Grows Best” Sign 
  9. Boxwood Wreath 

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20 thoughts on “Our Holiday Home

  1. Taylor, I’m so excited for you! Since our bedroom is still in a state of ugly, I completely understand the excitement of turning a space into a cozy and inviting haven. It all turned out beautifully!

  2. Wow Taylor! Your bedroom is so very beautiful my friend. The touches of festive greenery, twinkle lights, and beautifully styled shelves make for amazing decor inspiration. You are so very gifted my friend!

  3. Taylor, I just love your style so much! I adore the gallery wall above your desk area! I was happy to see your shiplap makeover turned out beautiful and so charming! Love the traditional pops of greenery and red in this space…

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