My daughter's room becomes a guest room for Christmas. It looks pretty much the same as last Christmas, except for a few changes. The red gingham heart pillow was in the 'As Is' section at IKEA for $1.99. I bought three, because if you are going to save money, save it on more than one, right? My husband says I sure do save a lot of money this way. Valentine's is coming...
I tried to simplify this space, since Swedish Country really is simple with clean lines. I love details, but sometimes I overdo it!
The deer head was a real find and I gave it a makeover. Will share soon, but for now, he hangs in this room to add some whimsy.
I love quilts. They have such personality. Antique and vintage ones are so lovely, but they cost a pretty penny. I found this one at Tuesday Morning. Quilts by Ralph Lauren are well-made and beautiful; however, I would not pay full price. These were another great find and lend to the 'country' feel of the room. My sister bought one, too!
A side view...the wreath is covering up some extra holes I put in the wall, and the nest is masking where the paint began to chip...I made the wreath last year by wrapping some stems together.
This year, I added a tiny tree to the Dutch secretary. Otherwise, nothing new here! Click the link, if you want to see this makeover.
I think it would be great to sleep in here with this little tree as your night light!
You can see the sock garland and how I made it here.
Big Betty (the bunny) has seen a lot of lovin' from my kids. She is a keeper. I just look at her and can picture one of them dragging her around. The little mouse came from IKEA.
Thanks for stopping by on the eve of Christmas Eve!
If you are still looking for gift ideas, see my post here!
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