12.17.2012

Christmas Master

I normally just hang a stocking in our master or add a little wreath to each window. I wasn't going to do anything in the master this year and then I hung my glass ice cycles from the branches that were already in the large vase. Next I added the Pottery Barn knit stocking to the dresser and called it done, but no, I couldn't leave well enough alone. I got a wild hair and added some snowflakes on the wall over the bed.


The snowflakes were very easy to add to the wall. I bought the ornaments at Hobby Lobby and then used Glue Dots and stuck them on the wall. Easy and fast.





Since these photos were taken some of the snowflakes have fallen off the wall and are on the floor behind the bed. Oh, well.

I shared the great roomsitting room, and a guest room in their Christmas finest this weekend.
I have more to squeeze in this last week.

See you tomorrow for The Top Three and Wow.

Joining the following:
Between Naps on the Porch


45 comments:

  1. Such a great idea. Now to just fish them out from behind the bed. That's always a chore. Love the icicles. Hugs, marty

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  2. Your bedroom looks so beautiful! I love the snowflakes hung above the bed....well while they lasted anyways! LOL Love the icicles hung from the branches too :o)
    ~Des

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  3. Kim, I love all your ideas...your master looks warm and festive! Where is that stocking from...I'm totally crushing on it!!! XO, Aimee

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  4. It's the small touches that make a bedroom look elegant and restful and not overdone... just like the ones you did! I love the snowflakes... I hope you have many more wild hair moments!!!
    Hoping your week before Christmas is a peaceful one!

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  5. Your master bedroom looks gorgeous Kim. I love the snowflakes above your bed.

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  6. The Master looks so cozy and wintery at the same time! The whole room looks lovely!

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  7. Kim,
    I adore your SNOWflakes...fallen or not!!!
    Visiting from Susan's MM!!!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  8. Very tastefully done. I have always meant to ask you if you hammer nails into the wall for all your decor, and then have to fill and repaint. You move things around so often that would be a chore in itself. Must be glue dots is not what you normally do?

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  9. I don't usually do anything in the Master for Christmas, but this is inspiring because its winter-y too and you can leave it up a lot longer. Unlike red velvet ribbon in January.... Very elegant touches!

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  10. So pretty! I love the snowflakes on the wall and the knit stocking hanging on the dresser. That would've scared me in the middle of the night to have one of those snowflakes fall on the bed! LOL!

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  11. I love the idea of the snowflakes. You can retrieve them all after Christmas. They look beautiful in the photo.

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  12. Very cute Kim....you never run out of design ideas....

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  13. those snowflakes are just the perfect touch!!

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  14. I love this idea, so simple! I think I might to this in my daughters room for something fun :)

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  15. I love the snowflakes too. Maybe next year tiny little Command hooks??? Just a thought. Now I was to do Christmas in our bedroom too:):) XO, Pinky

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  16. I guess you can saw the snow has fallen in your bedroom lol! I never end up decorating my bedroom - I always run out of steam before I get there. Yours is gorgeous though. Love those glass icicles.

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  17. Oh my gosh, I love this! I already love this bedroom and the added Christmas decor is perfect (although, too bad some of the snowflakes fell, let us know if you figure out a different way to hang them).

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  18. So sweet~ I love the snowflakes!! I don't have great luck with some of the double sided tapes and glue dots either.

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  19. Gorgeous, Kim! I love how the white snowflakes pop against the wall color (sorry about the snowflake casualties). And, the icicles are beautiful!

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  20. The snowflakes are beautiful. My glue dots caused some loss this Christmas too.

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  21. Kim, I'm back and getting caught up on all of your wonderful posts. I'm sorry that some people have judged you for bringing joy to our lives with your wonderful decorations and beautiful images in a time when we truly need them!

    xo Kat

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  22. Hello Kim!
    All your home is so beautifully decorated for Christmas! I have enjoyed each one of your rooms and I love all the details.
    Congratulations! Great posts.
    Besos, Silvina

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  23. Kim
    Amazing how something so cheap and easy can add so much to a room! I love snowflakes, I keep my up until Valentines Day.

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  24. Kim those snowflakes are so pretty hung above your bed.
    xx
    Anne

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  25. The snow flakes falling off the wall keeps it real. Just leave them behind the bed. That's funny.

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  26. Love the christmas master bedroom look...Kim, you don't make a decorating mistake. Your house truly belongs in a book all it's own. Your photos are good enough, I think you should go for it.

    Your new header is awesome too...

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  27. How pretty, Kim. I like those little snowflakes.

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  28. Beautiful!....and it's just the right amount of "Christmas" in that room.

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  29. Love the icicles on the branches (and those beautiful big windows)!

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  30. I loved it Kim....very soothing, simple and elegant but then I had to laugh when you said some fell down behind the bed. (I have had that same problem with glue dots) :) Have a wonderful day.

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  31. Very pretty, Kim. So elegant!

    Have a great Christmas and enjoy your family!

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  32. Beautifully and tastefully done, as always Kim. Your whole house is an inspiration. So glad you shared about the snowflakes, keeping it real for the rest of us. Those 3M strips and hooks now come in clear. Might be an option. Have a great week!
    Debbie

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  33. I love those icicles in your tree! and the stocking. and the snowflakes. Love it all :)

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  34. Beautiful, I just love the snowflakes and the touch with the stocking. Very tasteful and lovely.

    Cynthia

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  35. I love your tufted headboard..anything tufted really. i would so love a tufted couch:)
    and the checked dust ruffle:)
    stopping by to wish you a Christmas full of JOY and PEACE....xoxo

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  36. I was going to type about how hard it is to balance on the bed to hang things behind it, but now I'll ask if it's easier to pull it out to pick up snowflakes?

    Bliss

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  37. Well, it looks very peaceful and pretty! At least it didn't take the paint off the wall with it!

    Cheers!, Barbara

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  38. Kim, Your snow flakes were worth the trouble. They are just beautiful! All of your decorating is very pretty this year. I really like the master the colors are very peaceful. I will see you later for the party.
    Sherry

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  39. Kim, your snowflakes look great...even though they fell of the wall. :) Love the willow ? branches with the "dangles". So pretty.

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  40. You are too funny. I have "wild hair" moments as well. I would have never thought to put snowflakes on the wall. They look great around the sunburst mirror.

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  41. Looks great..very soft, yet refreshing! Had to laugh at the glue dots falling. I have heard about them and wondered where they were sold...and how they worked. You answered both. Pretty funny!

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  42. It's lovely, Kim and perfectly serene like a master bedroom should be! Funny story about the glue dot fail. Have you tried the Command Strip velcro? They work very well and I just cut them to the size that I need if they're too large. I used a tiny piece of one to adhere a star ornament to the chalkboard behind my nativity scene - so far, so good. lol

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  43. Your bedroom looks so pretty--love the whimsical snowflakes over the bed and the cable-knit stocking!

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  44. Well somehow I missed this one! Sorry they all fell off. They looked great up there.

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