Farmhouse Holiday Guest Room

The holiday season means spending time with family and friends,  and I decided it was the perfect time to add extra comfort, coziness, and a little Christmas charm to our farmhouse holiday guest room!

Cozy Farmhouse Holiday Guest Room | simply kierste.com

I’m so happy with this cozy bedroom space, and can’t wait to have guests!

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My number one goal was adding comfort–and I started from the bottom up, with new sheets, pillows, and the most awesome mattress pad EVER.  I’m serious.  I fell in love with the Snap ‘n Wash mattress pad by Better Homes and Gardens at Walmart back in July when I visited the Better Homes and Gardens headquarters, and I knew then and there I needed to have it. Why do I love it so much?  The top part snaps off and on, making it so quick and easy to remove it for washing, and then putting it back on again. That’s worth a lot in my world, with a bunch of littles and lots of sheet changing.

Cozy Farmhouse Holiday Guest Room | simply kierste.com

I really needed new sheets and pillows too, and I went with the classic white that I love so much.

Cozy Farmhouse Holiday Guest Room | simply kierste.com

After I finished putting everything on, I was really tempted to just lay down and take a nap! Once the bed was made, I started adding simple decor to make it feel like Christmas.

Cozy Farmhouse Holiday Guest Room | simply kierste.com

Cozy Farmhouse Holiday Guest Room | simply kierste.com

Red is my favorite color, so I love this time of year because it gives me an extra reason to add even more of it around my house, and that included the guest room.  I added a red throw, green wreath with red berries, a red gingham pillow (could you just die over that pillow? I’m kind of obsessed!), a “merry” pillow, and a metal tray with the cutest red and white mugs I’ve ever seen. And I could not love this cute white metal bed any more than I do, or the white ruffled bedding…they’re both from Walmart too! Cozy Farmhouse Holiday Guest Room | simply kierste.com

The dresser got a few things too…

Cozy Farmhouse Holiday Guest Room | simply kierste.com

And last but not least,  fluffy guest towels are perfect in tucked in this super cute hyacinth basket with a chalkboard label. I really love baskets–I feel like I can’t ever have enough!

Cozy Farmhouse Holiday Guest Room | simply kierste.com

We’re now open for Christmas guests!

Cozy Farmhouse Holiday Guest Room | simply kierste.com

shop this look

Better Homes and Gardens 300 Thread Count Wrinkle Free Sheet Set ($29.83/Full)

Better Homes and Gardens Snap ‘n Wash Mattress Pad ($38.00, Full)

Better Homes and Gardens Round Hyacinth Twist Handle Basket ($19.88)

Better Homes and Gardens Thick and Plush White Towels ($12.97, Bath Sheet)

Better Homes and Gardens Euro Top Spring and Gel Memory Foam Mattress ($159.00, Full)

Better Homes & Gardens Twin Size Pillows, 2-Pack ($19.99)

Novogratz Metal Bed ($139)

Pillow Sham (inside the Merry pillow)

Bella Ruffled Quilt Set

Wall Paint:  Benjamin Moore Decorator White

Red Gingham Pillow Cover

Merry Pillow Cover

 

You can see the rest of my Christmas Home Tour HERE!

Old Salt Farm Christmas Home Tour | oldsaltfarm.com

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15 Comments

  1. Your guest bedroom looks so nice and inviting! I like the entire look. I was wondering where I could find your wreath!

    1. Thanks so much, Jacque! The wreath came from Target–I bought it last year. Not sure if they have them again this year! xoxo

  2. Stinking adorable!!!! Love the red & white & all the super-cute touches.
    Just everything. Your guests will want to stay forever :)
    Merry Christmas!!

  3. What a beautiful room. Your guests won’t want to ever leave. Looks like a million bucks–amazing that you did it for so little money.

  4. Absolutely adorable!! I love the bed and dresser. Love the wreath on the footboard. Super adorable!!

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  6. cute, looks like a great room you can adjust with seasons easily. how did you make the felt wreath?

    1. Thank you, Andrea! It is a great neutral space that’s easy to change around! I found the wreath at Target a couple of years ago, and snapped it up. :)

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