Happy Christmas week! I pray that you’re doing well and healthy and in good spirits going into this week. It’s been quite a year and I don’t know about you, but I’m looking forward to putting a pause on adulthood and soaking up the feeling of the season. We run around and try to get everything done, stressed out. Now is the time to enjoy what Christmas is all about. With that being said, I have one last space to share with you…my Christmas bathroom!
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My powder room has been decked out for Christmas for weeks. Now I finally have pictures to share! I am so glad that we got these floating shelves in our guest bathroom. Anytime I share them I get questions about where they’re from. They’re the Devyn 3 piece bracket shelf. You can see how I decorated them originally here and how I styled them for fall here.
I was really excited to style my shelves for the holidays!
Because it’s a powder room it’s hard to get great shots with the lighting in here and the tight space.
On the top shelf I placed this gorgeous Noel sign I found at Joann’s. It has the cable knit look which is so cute and fun. These white flocked trees come in a pack of 3 and I love how they look in here.
Another gingerbread house lives in here! This year I have really been into gingerbread houses! My gingerbread tiered tray has been so much fun to decorate.
One of my favorite signs I added this year is the red Christmas sign. It’s from Hobby Lobby and I’m pretty sure it will come back next year if you want to grab it. I have just loved these red houses from Target! Both Target and Hobby Lobby have really had some of the best little ceramic houses this year!
I have a trio of fabric plaid trees that are so fun and inexpensive from Walmart. And to round it out is this All is Calm sign from Michael’s. I love how everything came together!
Of course my nutcracker friends have to make an appearance! Isn’t this nutcracker soap dispenser so cute! It was a Home Goods find.
My nutcracker friends are on this side of the sink as well! The champagne gold nutcracker is one I’ve already had. Every year Target has their nutcrackers with the year on them and honestly I don’t see a need to spend more than $10 on a nutcracker.
The other day I was doing some last minute shopping in Macy’s and they had a beautiful nutcracker that was $56!!! Even at 60 or 75% it’s still more money than the ones at Target and quite frankly they look very similar. And of course, I’ve had my nutcracker wallflower plug for a couple of years now.
This happy holidays hand towel was a Kohl’s find and I love the look of it. I also love that it brings a little touch of green into the space. I put these paper hand towels in my hand towel holder just for another level of Christmas decor.
Those towels along with the red towel are just for decorative purposes only! My mom got me these holiday themed Kleenex hand towels. For some reason I can’t find them locally but she can in her city.
Finally to round out the Christmas bathroom tour is the Merry Christmas bath rug. We got this last year and I don’t see a need to change it until it’s no longer holding up. I didn’t take a picture of the kids bathroom this year. You can get a look at how we decorated their bathroom for Christmas last year. The only thing we added was this cute fa la la rug. It’s cute but not practical. We’ll see how it holds up next year.
That wraps up my Christmas guest bathroom tour! And perhaps the last of the holiday decorating posts. I still would love to share my Christmas porch, and a holiday home tour and a Christmas lights post. But frankly time is getting away from me. So in case I don’t get to share anything before Christmas I want to wish you a very Merry Christmas! ♥
Grace Kingsley says
Such a cute tour — I don’t think I’ve ever thought to decorate my guest bath! We just got our floors refinished to prep for holiday guests though and I’m thinking a Christmas bathroom is in order. Thanks for the inspo!