Hello, everyone. We have slowly been adding some Christmas to our house, and today we are going to share the powder room’s Christmas look. If you have followed our blog for very long then there are certain things about me you already know: 1. When it comes to Christmas, I am a traditionalist and use red and green. 2. I don’t go wild with Christmas decorations. I use what I have and add one or two new things each year. 3. Our Christmas decor pales in comparison to everyone else’s. 4. We don’t decorate for Christmas until after Thanksgiving. 5. Our Christmas decorations are not over the top. I leave that to the other bloggers. 6. I lose all of my decorating confidence when it comes to Christmas. With all of that being said, I did add a few touches to our powder room to give it a Christmas vibe. Please note that this room does not have a window, and so I had to use artificial light for the photos. Let’s take a look.
Normally I have lavender soap in the dispenser, but for Christmas I added a pomegranate blend that adds a touch of red. How simple was that? I pulled out my Christmas hand towels. I keep a fresh one on the sink and……
put the others in a basket below the sink. The red and green colors peek out and say Christmas. Since we don’t have a cabinet in the powder room, I keep essentials like extra t.p. and fresh towels in a basket under the sink.
Bottle Brush Trees
The last things I added were three little green bottle brush trees. They sit together on the back of the toilet and look very festive. I love how red and green go so well with my navy colors and accessories. These little touches were so simple and in this small room, nothing more is needed.
Oh, and before you go, this is one of my latest pieces of art. It’s a water color of a man sitting ona chair at a table. I found it in an antique shop in Charlotte when Jordan and I were shopping. I moved the little ballerina girl, a leftover from my childhood to another wall.
That’s it for the powder room’s Christmas look. I hope you enjoyed it and found inspiration for your own small spaces.