Whole-Home Wonderland: 4 Spaces You Might Be Forgetting to Decorate This Christmas

Whole-Home Wonderland: 4 Spaces You Might Be Forgetting to Decorate This Christmas

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Nancy Mitchell
Nov 27, 2016
(Image credit: Oh Happy Day)

We often see Christmas decorating ideas that are perfect for the living room and even the tabletop, but what if you're one of those particularly dedicated folks who want to spread holiday cheer to every room in your home? When it comes to bringing a festive look to your kitchen, bedroom, and even your bathroom, we've got plenty of ideas.

Kitchen

Above: This bay leaf garland, artfully draped through the brackets of an open shelf, adds a touch of cheer (and a beautiful smell!) to a kitchen from Oh Happy Day.

(Image credit: Keeping It Cozy)

This kitchen from Keeping It Cozy is decorated much more simply, with a little garland over the window (and a little pot of rosemary next to the sink).

(Image credit: House and Home)

In this kitchen from House and Home, just a little bit of garland is all it takes to set the holiday mood.

(Image credit: Martha Stewart)

A little bit of garland will make a bar cart even more festive, as seen on Martha Stewart.

Bedroom

(Image credit: Frontgate)

This is, admittedly, quite a bit of work for a holiday bedroom, but there is a wide-eyed 10-year-old deep inside me who LOVES it. Image from Frontgate.

(Image credit: 79 Ideas)

Some simple, but still quite lovely, bedroom decorations from 79 Ideas.

(Image credit: Country Living)

A garland draped over the headboard is a simple nod to the holiday. Image from Country Living.

(Image credit: Tricia Foley)

Here's another extravagantly bedecked canopy bed, from Tricia Foley. What better place to wake up on Christmas morning?

Bathroom

(Image credit: Cupcakes and Cashmere)

Emily from Cupcakes and Cashmere extended the holiday cheer to the bathroom, too.

Entryway

(Image credit: Poppytalk)

A little garland on the stairs, from Poppytalk. Placing the garland on the bottom rather than draping it over the banister shakes up the look a bit.

(Image credit: House and Home)

This magnolia leaf and pinecone garland might be a little unusual, but it's the perfect choice for an entryway from House and Home.

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