The girls and I had so much fun decorating their spaces over the last few days. I started putting a tree in their playroom a couple of years ago and we all love it because they get a chance to decorate it however they want. It usually ends up having all of our family ornaments on it which make it my favorite tree every year. This year, the girls decided to go back to the artic theme that we had a couple of years ago. My friend, Chelsea from Two Twenty One organized a lovely blog hop of Kid Spaces decorated for the holidays and if you are visiting from The Goat Abode, welcome!
In the girls’ bedroom, we updated their bookshelves with our collection of favorite Christmas books. Some are new to us this year like When Santa Was a Baby.
This little corner of their room is my favorite – with minimal effort it looks quite festive, I think.
We have a small nutcracker collection that we’ve been working on for a few years now. We get a new one each year. These came from a variety of stores including At Home, Target, and Home Goods. I let the girls pick whichever one they like so we have a really eclectic mix of these little guys. The little banner was hanging on another wall in the girls’ room but I thought this would be a good addition to the decor. Christmas is pretty magical afterall.
Moving on to the room next door, the playroom, we put up our flocked tree and decorated it with our collection of artic inspired ornaments. One thing I was really excited about was the tree topper that I found in a box of my grandma’s old Christmas things. I’m not sure how old it is but it was a special find.
Millie’s favorite ornaments are the little artic animals like this little polar bear.
Above the bookshelf in here I swapped out the usual art for some festive prints I found here. I had them printed at Walmart and popped them in the existing frames. The turtle dove in a Santa hat is darling, isn’t it?
I bought these monogrammed pom pom stockings for the girls a few years ago and I love the colorful pom poms in here. Surprisingly these are still available in a few monograms.
Another collection that we adore is our little houses. We get a couple of new houses each year. They are really inexpensive and they look really cute in here. The girls put up the “village,” as they call it, on top of the bookshelf. Soon we’ll put some fairy lights inside and they’ll glow with the Christmas tree.
So that’s our kids’ room Christmas decor. Thanks so much for visiting. Your next stop on the tour is T. Moore Home, I can’t wait to see what Teri’s up to, meet you over there!