My Own Holiday Home Tour Continues...The Master Bedroom Reveal

 

Are you feeling overwhelmed at this time of year like I am? So much going on and I'm trying to
tie up the last of the decorating by finishing up the bedroom. I was thrilled to find peonies this week at Whole Foods, and it gave me just the inspiration that I was looking for! I really am a shabby chic girl at heart who loves elegance and nothing contrived, so I hope that I've achieved that in the bedroom with what I've done to spruce it up for the holidays...

The mantel is finished...providing that the peonies last for awhile...



I've used vintage Mason jars filled with ornaments and peonies...



Some faux boxwood wreaths, a touch of real greenery, twinkle lights and snow...


My goal this year was to not buy a thing for Christmas decorating, other than flowers and the real tree in the living room. Over the bed is a white wreath with lights that I've had for a long time...

And of course...vintage pastel ornaments everywhere...
Have a great weekend...I hope to be off to the beach for a quick trip before the holiday madness of entertaining gets going!

14 comments

Julie Marie said...

Oh Janet... your beautiful post was just what I needed today!... yes, things get a bit overwhelming this time of year... and we were at 3 degrees this morning!... yikes!... too cold for this Summer girl!... I love your beautiful Peonies in the vintage mason jars with ornaments!... Christmasy, yet shabby chic at the same time, so beautiful!!!... excited to get my blush throw I ordered... mmm... the color of it reminds me of soft roses... enjoy the beach!... wish I was there!... xoxo Julie Marie

Jennelise said...

Absolutely stunning! I love all of the pastels and lights and those peonies are breathtaking!!
Jennelise

Heaven's Walk said...

Gorgeousness, Janet! I love the color of those vintage pink ornaments. :) My little pink tree is now up, ornaments are scattered here in there, and the glittery pine boughs are strewn across the mantel. Just have to wrap the gifts, and I'm all ready for Christmas! :) Have a great beach vacation!

xoxo laurie

Simply Me said...

Oh the flowers are amazing!!! love love every photo

pballard said...

I love it all! Beautiful.

Kateřina Mušková said...

Peonies are in the winter like a dream, magnificent, beautiful, fine.
Wreath with lights in the bedroom is in place.
Katerina

Burlap Luxe said...

Just so beautiful.

A Joyeux Noël to you.

Xx
Doré

Pura Vida said...

It could not be prettier

Lisa @ Fern Creek Cottage said...

So romantic and very beautiful!!

Art and Sand said...

Everything is just beautiful.

I tell myself every year that I won't buy any more decorations, but each year I find some things I just can't pass up. This year it was some glass ornaments from Restoration Hardware on major discount and a wire star that I was afraid would be gone if I left it 'til after Christmas sales.

Jann Olson said...

Peonies in December, how gorgeous! They are one of my favorite flowers. Nothing like a breath of Spring time in the cold of Winter!
hugs,
Jann

Clotee S said...

Thank you for this home tour. You have beautiful house. It's feel like I'm visiting your house right now.

Merry Christmas and Best Wishes for a Happy New Year!
Bring you Good wishes of happiness.

Sorry for greeting you earlier,, just don't want miss saying this.
By the way, I'm Clotee. It's my first time visiting your blog. I am blogger too, and now try my best luck to open an e-shop. Nice to know you.

Regards,
Clotee

Tones kaker said...

Happy new year!
Can`t wait to see what your blog brings this year :D

Best regards from Norway

wendy maxwell said...

Janet ... This is just stunning!! I LOVE your style ...! It's so inspiring ... & Yes, peonies are my very favourite flower ... but also love so many others as well .. I first discovered peonies when I bought an old house in the UK & when we began restoring the garden, we discovered soooo many stunning old plants & shrubs under the 5' high weeds! Amongst the exciting surprises was an amazingly beautiful peony bush. It was the colour of the deep cerese in your photos. I'd never seen them before ... & could only describe them as like huge roses but without the thorns! Even when I took bunches of them into work, no-one could tell me what they were. It was only when I was on the i'net that I discovered what they were. Unfortunately, living in the sub-tropics, I'll never be able to grow them here ...& the local florist only gets a couple in once a week. As soon as I get my drivers license back, they will be my weekly treat to me! :)
Thank you for your beautiful Blog ... Cheers, Wendy.

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