French Christmas Bedroom Style

Today I’m wrapping up my holiday home posts with our French Christmas bedroom. If you haven’t finished your own Christmas decorating I hope that you find inspiration here! I’ll link my other Christmas decorating posts from this year a little further down for your convenience.

Grandmillennial style foyer or hallway

Before we head down the hallway, I’m participating in the Holiday Housewalk today, (hosted by Jen Rizzo) which is sure to spark your imagination.

Jen Rizzo's holiday housewalk

I’m stop number 14 and before me is my good friend Rhoda at Southern Hospitality so be sure to stop by because it’s beautiful!

Jen Rizzo holiday housewalk 2023

French Christmas Bedroom

Now on to the French Christmas bedroom, which is down a very long hallway as you pass out of the family room French door and the laundry room on the right. I’ve talked about how we added a large wing to our home years ago after a devastating hurricane and it starts at the family room (former garage). Due to the pool (which was already there) this long hallway was our only option and it’s fine. The French door on the left and the large window face the pool area and let in tons of light!

The view of the tree is stately down at the end of the hallway in the bedroom. I always recommend considering placing Christmas trees where you have the best view.

French Christmas bedroom

A little perspective of where the tree is in the room, just past the mantel. The corner beyond is getting a little makeover, hence the chandelier just hanging on a hook. Our floors are a light color bamboo laminate that we’ve had for over 10 years now and I love this flooring. Wish we had it in the rest of the house!

French style bedroom at Christmas

When we designed this bedroom 30 years ago (yes, that’s how long we’ve lived here!) we were young and inexperienced. Thankfully we knew we wanted lots of natural light and installed two sets of double French doors, a bay window and two windows flanking the bed.

But I digress and let’s focus on the French Christmas bedroom aspect, with the mantel that you see below. It’s a vintage faux mantel that we removed from an old home here in Coral Gables, FL. I topped it with a garland that I’ve had for years and added a subtle copper light strand.

While I don’t believe that you have to buy new for Christmas every year, I did purchase a few new things and linking some others in the room below:

French Christmas bedroom

This tree is so beautiful that sometimes I just leave it unadorned. I’ve had this King Of Christmas tree for 7 years now and the flocking does not shed and the lights are still perfect. If you still need a Christmas tree this one is currently $200 off!

Everyone is always asking about this bed and we’ve had it for about 10 years now and it’s been our favorite. It’s still being manufactured and the quality is so good. A bed is the largest item in most bedrooms, so consider it an investment and a focal point piece. You’ll find this particular bed here and it’s currently 45% off. For the cooler months I usually incorporate a velvet coverlet and the pale coastal blue continues throughout our home.

As a vintage lover I had the art over the bed made in a larger from a vintage painting. See some info about how to do that in this post. The alabaster lamp and stained glass window are vintage finds. Using vintage pieces along with new and newer items truly make a house a home and a unique place showcasing your personality!

I’m linking similar sources where the originals are no longer available.

French Christmas bedroom

See how I often dress up my vintage mannequin for Christmas here!

And finally, another corner of the bedroom where linens are stored in a cabinet from Arhaus that I found on Facebook Marketplace.

I hope that you enjoyed this post and perhaps got some fresh ideas! Next in the lineup is my talented friend Jennifer from Town & Country Living, so head on over to see what she’s sharing today.

You might enjoy my other Christmas home decorating posts from this year:

A Woodland Christmas In the Living Room

Christmas Beauty In The Kitchen, Dining Room & Family Room

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  1. AHHHHHH….. I could move into that bedroom now, right this min.! Everything from the pale, French blue/whites (French blue, whites, creams, my fav!)
    The candle holder is brilliant! I once made my own similar!
    The very simple “undressed” (seemingly unadorned) Christmas/winter decorations are ABSOLUTE perfection! That look can take you straight thru Christmas and all the way thru winter (well, at least around here in N.E.!) I used to live where you are now, so I understand that Spring thoughts are on the way by 3rd week in Jan. in the Miami area. At least!
    PS.I am VERY, VERY tempted to get that FLOCKED tree……….

    1. Thank you so much for that S. Marie! I feel the same this year that I’m hoping to leave much of the decor I’ve done up until later on in January. Wishing you a wonderful holiday season!

  2. Donna Meyers says:

    Absolutely Love all the French, always been my favorite, thanks for posting Janet, its all absolutely gorgeous. Have a wonderful Christmas ❤️🎄❤️ with your family Janet…Thank you…

    1. Donna, I truly appreciate that you took the time to visit and to leave such a lovely comment! Happy, Merry Christmas to you and yours 🎄❤️

  3. A girl can dream, that’s for sure! oh I love this, everything, but the mantel 🤩 ooh lala, floor mirror, bed, artwork, tree, cabinet…wait! I’m naming it all!!😄 love, love!

    1. Thank you Dee! This room seems to serve as a go-between storage and I have some things that I need to sell/donate in here. A project for the new year! Merry Christmas to you and your family, with love 🎄❤️

  4. I have the exact bedroom bedspread and pillow covers. I love the color and find your rooms so stunning.

    1. That’s awesome Marcia and thank you so much for the encouraging comment!