Merry Christmas!  If you’re here visiting from Alicia’s gorgeous farmhouse Christmas tour over at Thrifty & Chic, welcome!  I’m so glad you popped over to take a tour of my home decorated for Christmas.  Marty from A Stroll Thru Life was kind enough to organize this week’s tour and there have been so many gorgeous homes on display.  If you haven’t seen the other homes on the tour, be sure to click on the links at the bottom of this post.

Now on to today’s Christmas tour!  Today I’m sharing with you a look at my master bedroom Christmas tree and fireplace mantel in hopes that it might give you some decorating ideas and inspiration for a nontraditional Christmas look.

Pink roses and ironstone Christmas display


My master bedroom is decorated primarily in French blue and white, and is very feminine and elegant.  As such, I decided to go the nontraditional route and for my Christmas decorations and chose gold, silver, white with various shades of pink and blush.  My bedroom is actually one of my favorite spots in my whole house and this is why…

French style bedroom fireplace mantel decorated for Christmas


The mantel is decorated with clippings from my redwood trees, along with an assortment of ornaments, vintage books, and pink roses.

Pink Christmas mantel decor


Originally I only used one shade of pink, but then realized that the various shades gave the look more interest and depth and am happy that I decided on using a variety of pinks and blushes.  An assortment of ornaments in a mercury glass compote makes for an interesting display.

Pink and blush Christmas ornaments decorating the mantel


For those familiar with my master bedroom, you’ll know that I usually keep my vintage dress form to the right of the fireplace.  Not to worry, though!  I simply moved her to the other side and gave her an elegant new look with the help of these gorgeous, vintage strands of Majorca pearls from my good, personal friend Jen over at MOB Jewels.  She’s upcycled these beautiful vintage pearls with stunning Swarovski clasps, the larger on which has over 100 crystals on it!  I’m using a combination of pink and cream pearls on my dress form to complement the rest of the look in my bedroom.   {As an aside, MOB Jewels isn’t in any way sponsoring this post, but Jen is a good friend and I *love* her designs and thought you would, too!  You can visit her shop online HERE and navigate to the Pearls section to see these exact necklaces.}

Vintage dress form with Majorca pearls for Christmas


I might have even used on of the vintage Majorca strands on a side table, too…

Pink and blush ornaments in an Ironstone bowl with Majorca pearls


Underneath my tree, I’ve used my usual faux white fur throw blanket as a tree skirt.  Why buy a tree skirt that you use once a year when an ordinary throw blanket will work just as well, and can be used year-round?!  My favorite sled, piled high with books, packages, and old letters made an appearance again this year…

Wooden sled Christmas tree display


…as did my nutcracker.

Gold nutcracker Christmas tree decor



I’ve never put a Christmas tree in my bedroom before, but I definitely see this as a new tradition!

Elegant bedroom decorated for Christmas with pink and blush


And at night, I love to see the warmth of the glow from the lights and candles.  So soothing!

Elegant pink Christmas tree at night


I hope you enjoyed the tour!  If so, please be sure to PIN it!

Tidbits&Twine Pink Elegant Christmas Bedroom


To see more of my home decorated for Christmas, you can tour my guest bedroom {HERE}.  I chose to use traditional red and white to complement the black furniture and blue blankets,so it’s got quite a different look to it than my master bedroom!.  You can take the full tour {HERE}.


The next stop on the tour is Anita over at Far Above Rubies, so be sure to pop over to see her beautiful Christmas decor!


To see all of the other homes in this week’s Christmas tour, click the links below.

2017 Christmas Home Tours

Monday – Dec 4th

A Stroll Thru Life – Marty

Life On Virginia Street – Sarah

Clean&Scentsible – Jenn

Nesting With Grace – Brooke

Cuckoo4Design – Julia

Pink Peppermint Design – Tammy

Tuesday – Dec 5th

ZDesign At Home – Bree

 Life Love Larson – Andrea

Dimples&Tangles – Jennifer

Remodelando La Casa – Cristina

Seeking Lavender Lane – Deb

Inspiration For Moms – Laura

Wednesday – Dec 6th

The Chronicles of Home – Jennifer

Our Southern Home – Christy 

Decor To Adore – Laura

11 Magnolia Lane -Christy

Our Fifth House – Carmel

Rain On A Tin Roof – Jenna

Thursday – Dec 7th

Setting For 4 – Heather

Life&Home @ 2102 – Vel

Southern Hospitality – Rhoda

Decorating Delirium – Jennifer

Hymns&Verses – Doreen

Simple Stylings – Summer

Fri – Dec 8th

Thrifty & Chic – Alicia

Tidbits&Twine  – Kim

Far Above Rubies – Anita

House By Hoff – April

Duke Manor Farms – Laura

Common Ground – Debra





31 comments on “Tidbits&Twine – A Peaceful Pink Christmas Bedroom”

  1. Elegant just doesn’t even begin to describe this. That tree is amazing and your fireplace and mantel are so beautifully dressed. I adore all those pearls too, how exciting to have such beautiful things to dress our mannequin in. Thanks so much for joining the tours, your home is full of beautiful inspiration.

  2. Love your peaceful pink Christmas Kim (mine is bright “chaotic”pink! LOL!)! So very pretty! As always, so honored to share this home tour with you! Cheers!

    • Hi Vel – I love your pink home…and can we talk about your tree for a moment?! Swoon! Thanks for stopping over and it was fun being on tour with you!

      :) Kim

  3. Beautiful! My favorite. Do you mind sharing what the snow clumps are in the tree? I would love to add that to my tree. Thank you.

    • Hi Sandie – Great question! I totally forgot to mention what was on the tree! The white clumps are actually feature boas that I just tucked in here and there. I don’t have a flocked tree but wanted more white so thought boas could help create the look of snow. :)


  4. So pretty, and just invites one to spend hours relaxing.
    The mercury glass bowl with blush ornaments I love, and those pearls are yummy. Pat

    • Thank you, Pat! That’s my favorite photo…I love how it turned out. :) And yes, I agree about the pearls. It’s funny, though, because I don’t wear pearls but I love to decorate with them. :) Kim

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