Christmas is the comfiest and coziest holiday probably because the homes of those celebrating the occasion look nice and welcoming. A lot of homes looks beautiful inside and out, thanks to the different Christmas decorations. Unfortunately, a lot of people that decorate their homes during Christmas tend to overlook the bedrooms, which shouldn’t happen. You see, if you really want to feel holiday spirit then you should not forget to decorate the bedrooms. If you are one of those who seems to have overlooked the bedrooms then maybe this article can help you. The Christmas decoration ideas for bedrooms below should serve as your inspiration.

All over the world, families that celebrate Christmas holiday decorate their homes with the whimsical and colorful decor. They decorate the living room, porch, outdoor and even kitchen to feel the Christmas spirit. But, some neglect to do up their rooms, which is a bad idea. If you really want to feel the Christmas spirit then you should decorate the masters and kid’s rooms, too. You see! From the moment, you wake up and saw the decors, you will be reminded that Christmas is near. Plus! the bedroom decors can heighten your excitement for the coming holiday even more. Decorating your bedrooms are easy and since there are many ways to glam them up without spending much, you will have a nice time doing it. By the way, decorating bedrooms with Christmas themes is a good way to bond with your husband and kids (if married).

When decorating rooms, you don’t need to put tons of decors. In fact, rooms shouldn’t be over decorated. A simply decorated room is more elegant. Besides, as the saying goes, less is better. Some of the traditional decors you can use are garlands, hang ornaments, stockings, lights, Christmas tree and wrapped gifts. As for the color, choosing the right color scheme for bedrooms is important as some colors conveys the spirit of Christmas. Red and white have always been popular, you will never go wrong with these colors. With the right décor, you can instantly transform the look of your bedroom into an elegant yet “Christmasy” rooms. Below are some of the Christmas decorations ideas for bedrooms that you can use as a guide or inspiration.

Christmas Decorations Ideas for Bedrooms

Some people don’t think it is necessary to decorate the bedrooms because visitors won’t be able to see them, so it seems pointless. However, decorating the bedrooms can bring you great joy. This activity can even bring you closer to your loved ones. So, don’t think of it as a hassle as you can have a nice time. In case you decide to decorate your rooms, know that choosing the right decorations and elements can prevent the room from looking tacky. Anyway, when decorating bedrooms, you only need to remember five things.

1. Green Is Your Friend

Anything green is good as you can use them as decoration even when it’s not Christmas. Plants and dry leaves make impressive ornaments. Best of all! Green and leafy ornaments are inexpensive as you can use whatever plants you have in your garden. But of course, you need to clean them thoroughly to get rid of ants and termites. Take note! If you are planning on using old tree branches as decor, you should get only those that are not cumbersome to clean. The right size is also important as large branches can be a bit heavy. They can also overshadow other decorations in your room. So, just get the right size for your room.

2. Less is More

Putting Christmas lights on your bedroom to create a cheerful glow is a good idea, but don’t overdo it. A light above the bed frame is perfect, the light can make your bed the center of the universe. It is also a bit romantic, especially at night.

3. First Star I See Tonight

Do you love watching stars from your bedroom windows? Well, you can bring the star close to you, without getting hurt. There are plenty of star-shaped ornaments, glow-in-the-dark stickers and other decorations would be perfect for your room. All you need to do is find them and you can have the entire galaxies within your reach.

4. Christmas Tree

Christmas tree is a traditional décor, which can also be placed in bedrooms. There are no rules that say, Christmas trees are only for living rooms. There are plastic trees that would make a wonderful decoration for your room.

5. Go Bold with Colors

The traditional shades of Christmas are gold, green and red. These colors have been abused and continue to be abused. So, if you are tired of seeing these colors, don’t be afraid to experiment. You can try other colors like black or yellow. Whatever you think is good for your room is fine, just make sure the colors match with the decorations.

The above tips are just some of the things you need to keep in mind when decorating your bedrooms for Christmas.


The lights are placed nicely and don’t overshadow the rest of the decorations. I also love the red bed sheets.

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I love the lights on the ceiling.

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See how the tree branches were used  in this room? The tree branches make the room cute and Christmasy.

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I love everything on this room, kudos to the owner.

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Plaid never goes out of style, in my book.

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Christmas tree near the bedroom…

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Another idea for christmas tree on bedrooms that you can use as inspiration.

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A good example of lights on bed frame.

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Play with colors and green things.

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Red and white matches perfectly, what do you think?

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Nice and comfy.

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Simple yet beautiful.

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I love it!

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I hope you find the above christmas decorations ideas for bedrooms helpful and inspirational. If you have ideas for bedrooms that you want to share, feel free to comment. I’ll be happy to hear from you and your ideas.

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