Transforming an attic bedroom with Christmas decorations creates a space that is even more cozy and festive! Exposed wooden beams the use of a checkered red and white pattern for the bedding and the chair in the corner along with some natural greenery gives this room a magical intimate vibe.
Here is another idea that will take very little of your time and considering that we are just a few days away from Christmas it is not a bad option at all. This homeowner embraces her Swedish roots with fun decorations that add festive cheer without going overboard. It also tells you that you need not completely alter the appeal and the color scheme of the bedroom for the next two weeks to usher in a hint of the season’s joy.
The abundance of natural light along with the visual connectivity with the outdoors ensures that you do not feel claustrophobic even in the tiniest of rooms. While picking the right skylight for the small bedroom make sure that it adds to the style and symmetry of the room. Adding twin skylights at each end of the room is generally a good idea as it offers even illumination and a visual equilibrium.
One of the most underrated elements when it comes to bedroom decorating is the use of drapes and window blinds. Drapes enhance the aesthetics of the room soften the visual and add a luxurious vibe. While this is pretty obvious the moment you take a look at any of the bedrooms below what many homeowners miss is the insulation that drapes provide.
While it is easy to plan for and incorporate skylights in the case of new constructions those looking to add a skylight to their existing bedroom need to look beyond mere aesthetics.
So you are a traditionalist at heart and still want Christmas decorations that remind you of your childhood trip to your grandma’s house during the holidays. Add warm yellows along with plenty of green and red to achieve this nostalgic vibe in the bedroom. Traditional wreaths tinsel snowflake patterns and shiny ornaments decorating the windows are a great way to take it to the next level.
While most often we find skylights being used in expansive living rooms and small attics they can be an equally invaluable and aesthetic addition to the bedroom as well. The sight of the clear night sky and twinkling stars also helps in creating a more soothing atmosphere and aids in a good night’s sleep.
This kids’ bedroom takes an entirely different approach to holiday decorating by opting to keep the usual red green and gold out of the picture. A Christmas stocking at the fireplace and a few simple figurines are used to usher in a restrained understated festive theme. An approach that works well for those who wish to shun pomp!