I’m back today to continue my holiday home tour with the boys’ bedrooms. After the little tour, I invite YOU to link up your holiday decor as our 12 Days of Holiday Homes tour has come to a close.
Before we get started, I wanted to let you know that, while I am quite late and they will likely not arrive in time for Christmas, I have listed monogrammed tartan plates in the Dixie Delights Shop for today and tomorrow ONLY. Find them here: Dixie Delights Shop
While they each do have their own room, they have shared this one from the very first night the baby came out of his crib.
I love swapping out their bedding for festive coverlets and sheets. I’ve had all of this ever since John moved out of a crib many moons ago. Since it only gets about 6 weeks of use a year, it has held up perfectly and will last us many more. They were from Pottery Barn.
Mother made them the Mickey stockings years ago when we were at Disney over the holidays. I still hang them on their beds because they are too sweet not to use.
Our little Christmas countdown tree is also in their room. They love pulling out the tag for each day to see what kind of special treat is in store. Sometimes it’s a movie or dinner out and other days it’s a game night or just hot chocolate after school. It was from Pottery Barn years ago. I hang it with a command hook.
The littles each have a tree in their room. Like our family tree downstairs, these have all been collected or made over the years. Honey and I each choose a special ornament for them each year and Mother and Daddy-O give each of the grands a dated Nutcracker ornament each year. We pick something based on an interest or a place we’ve been or special thing we’ve done that year.
Looking towards the other side of the room, you can see his dresser, reading chair and desk. This was originally two rooms, but a previous owner removed the wall between them.
This was the 2016 limited edition print from the Old Try. It was the perfect addition to their room this year.
John’s desk gets updated with strands of peppermint garland and a few hand made things he’s carried home from school.
The darling reindeer pillow was from Pottery Barn years ago.
Now, even though Whit only uses his room to store his clothes, I still add a few touches of Christmas and his tree each year.
A simple pillow, a door hanger and a handmade painting complete the rest of his decor.
I’ll be sharing the porch next as the final stop on my holiday home tour! But before I do, please take a minute to pop over to tour these wonderful ladies holiday homes! There is so much fun, beauty and inspiration to be had. Many, many thanks to at 11 Magnolia Lane and Evolution of Style for organizing us and to Lynch Creek Farm for sponsoring us.
And now, we invite you to share YOUR holiday home in our link party below!
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