French Country Christmas Guest Bedroom

11.13.2017

Yes, it's time to share my first full Christmas post this year. I have never done any Christmas decorating before Thanksgiving, but I was invited to be part of this French country Christmas tour with some friends and a blogger has to do what a blogger has to do. It's good for y'all though since we can give you some ideas early enough for your own home this year. I'm also actually feeling less stressed by getting some of the decorating done early and I will be able to just sit back and enjoy it more this year. I've been working on the upstairs bedrooms, as I shared some peeks yesterday, and can't wait to share the reveals even though I will probably wait until after Thanksgiving, but I'm not making any promises. 

Welcome to my French country Christmas Guest Bedroom


I bought this pillow last year and used it in this same room, but the room has completely changed since last year. New bed, drapes, chandelier and a hutch was added. Of course the bedding changes frequently. I used bedding I already had for this room.

I kept things neutral and light with pops of blue for this year's French country style guest bedroom.


Keeping it simple on the side table with just an ironstone punch bowl filled with blue ornaments from Cracker Barrel of all places.





An ironstone platter of vintage bottle brush trees and some cute wooden bells along with St. Nick dress this side table.

Kimberly of @serendipityrefined on instagram shared her wooden bells and I just had to check them out. I ordered the four. I love the ribbons hanging off of them.

I have had this St. Nick for years and he is on the petite side so I placed him on a stack of books.

A French style stocking hangs from the bed filled with some greenery. I purchased this stocking last year and didn't get to use it until now.





For now I am holding back the drapes with these rope tiebacks. I may get a new rod and rings later. These curtains are so heavy That I cant push them open enough.









The doors stay closed, but I did update the inside with a few Christmas decorations.








I hope you found some inspiration from my French country Christmas guest bedroom.

Please check out my friends below for more beautiful French country Christmas inspiration.


French Country Christmas kitchen decor - designthusiasm.com

French Country guest bedroom Savvy

French-country-Christmas-shabbyfufublog.com

Edith + Evelyn Vintage

French Country Christmas mantel

Maison de Cinq

christmas french bedroom CHF

32 comments:

  1. You have the best bedrooms...I'm totally serious! So nicely done and classy Kim and as always it fun joining you. Have a great week.

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  2. A beautiful guest room that your Holiday guests would love to spend time in. Love all of the beautiful details!

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  3. Kim, your French country guest room has so many beautiful details, love all of the pillows and the petite Santa!

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  4. Gorgeous guest room, Kim! I love all the holiday touches, especially the sweet Santa and sleigh bells!

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  5. What a soft, pretty guest bedroom Kim. Luving all the detail, especially the wooden bells.

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  6. This is so pretty Kim...I love the eucalyptus in the stocking. What a welcoming room!

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  7. I love all of the blue touches with the fresh greenery.

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  8. What a lovely walk I just took on this Christmas tour! Thank you

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  9. I always love to see how you've decorated your bedrooms any time of the year but this Christmas guest room is especially pretty!

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  10. Here's a trick (tip?) to those curtains. You can run a piece of ribbon/cord/twine (whatever) through the heading and then tie at the back to hold the drapes where you want them to stay. Hope that makes sense. Then you can ditch the tie-backs.

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    1. Nice tip, but then my guest won't be able to shut them. They close the blinds and curtains.

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  11. Absolutely gorgeous room! Hey, I have a question for you. What color did you use on the China cabinet in your dining room when it was blue?

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    1. It was a gray on the outside and it was done in layers of chalk paint using more than one color. Thanks

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  12. So charming Kim!! I always love your bedroom stylings- and this is absolutely perfect. And I love the inside of your cupboard decorated as well. xo

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  13. Beautiful as always. I love the fact that it feels like Christmas but isn't so overdone that guests wouldn't have space for their things. I spied those wooden bells...you and I are kindred, my friend! xo

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  14. Oh I just love the blue touches, and especially the horse pillow!!!!

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  15. Simple and sweet. I love the little touches that makes this room Christmas.

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  16. What a gracious host you are to offer such a lovely guest room. It appears to be a very calming room. Thanks for sharing, Cynthia

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  17. Kim, I just love the neutrals and blues of this room! And the greens you used add just the right touch for the holidays. And those blue ornaments are so gorgeous - I'm eyeing those for sure! I can't believe they were from Cracker Barrel!!

    Sheila
    xo

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  18. Kim, you are definitely the bedroom master! I love all your iterations of your bedrooms and this one is as beautiful! That pillow is darling and your holiday touched perfectly complement the room!!

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  19. What a lovely bedroom thank you for sharing with us

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  20. Love the whole room, but COVET the cabinet with all its delightful holiday touches. Makes me want to skip work tomorrow so I can finish painting the china hutch I recently bought off Craigslist!

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  21. Such a gorgeous room Kim. I'm loving the touches of blue and those wooden bells. I need to check them out. :)

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  22. LOVE THAT HUTCH, MIRROR or EVERYTHING. Beautiful.

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  23. I always love the way you decorate bedrooms! Love the blue in there and all the neutral pieces!
    Shelley

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  24. Your guest room looks really beautiful, Kim. I purchased the rocking horse pillow last year also and can't wait to use it again. Your decorations are always so pretty..Have a wonderful week..Judy

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  25. So many beautiful details, Kim! This room is gorgeous! Love the linens, the drapes, those cute Christmas accents... and that cupboard!! 💖

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  26. Oh, so beautiful. Who wouldn't be delighted to stay in this room? Kim, you've outdone yourself!

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  27. Always ....beautiful. Sweet dreams for whomever is going to stay in this room.

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  28. Beautiful as always!!!! Inspiration! Inspiration! Every time I visit always find something I missed

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  29. Love the guest bedroom. Could you tell me the source for the bed? Thank you.

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    1. I bought it last year at houzz.com. Thanks

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