Getting Cozy With Carpet For The Holidays

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Happy Holiday season, everyone! Thanksgiving has come and gone, and I’m excited to start decking the halls in our home. Oddly enough, I’ve started in bedrooms! If you missed it, I posted a gorgeous chic Christmas look in my 13 year old’s room last week. This week, I’m tackling the master bedroom. I think I’m naturally drawn to starting in the bedrooms because they’re the coziest rooms in the house. Why? Because they’re carpeted!

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We have hardwood throughout our first floor, but I gotta say… I love a carpeted room, and I’m so glad we left everything carpeted upstairs. There’s so many pros!

Benefits of carpet…

  1. It’s soft underfoot! I don’t know about you guys, but I love getting out of bed and having comfort below. And my younger kids love to wrestle with their dad! Having carpet allows for a comfortable place for playing.
  2. There are so many stylish options! I hope to purchase new carpet for our bedrooms down the road, and I’m drawn to the idea of shorter pile carpet for easy layering with rugs.
  3. Noise reduction! Let’s be honest. A family of six (plus a dog) gets loud. I like that carpet traps the noise a bit.
  4. It’s a healthy choice! There’s a big misconception about living with carpet and how it effects allergies. After doing a bit of research on Carpet & Rug Institute, turns out new carpet is the lowest VOC-emitting flooring choice available. It actually acts as a passive air filter, trapping dust, pollen, and particles- which removes them from the breathing zone.
  5. It’s a conservation benefit! In colder months, carpet retains warm air longer.

Are those two the cutest, or what? They look so comfy! I’m loving the shimmer and glow of the Christmas tree in our bedroom. Have you been watching the subtle changes over on my Instagram stories? Getting the drapes up on the canopy bed has been quite the trial and error. FYI, if you have a similar bed and you’re looking to incorporate this look as well, I’m linking the hooks I used below…

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Enjoy the season, friends! Check back for more holiday decorating as I get my act together and accomplish a bit more throughout the house! Thank you to Carpet & Rug Institute for sponsoring this post. I loved learning more about carpet and affirming my decision to keep it on the upper level of my home. Follow the #beautyofcarpet conversation on social media to hear more! And be sure to check out Love Your Abode, Rachel Teodoro, and Michiel Perry to hear all about what they love about carpet too!

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This Article Has 20 Comments
  1. Lou clifton says:

    Thank you and CRI for sponsoring the post. It has been years since I thought of carpet. Now, as my son moves out into his first apartment since college we have viewed apartments with carpet and this has gave me a new prospective on carpet. Love this information.

  2. Christina Soutar says:

    Also wanted to say that Gibson posing like such a good boy!
    Knocked it outside of the park again Haneen! 💚
    Merry Christmas!🎄

  3. Char V says:

    Like you, I love the coziness of carpet in the bedrooms. We’re currently in the midst of a major remodel in our home that we purchased earlier this year & I’ve struggled with carpet vs hardwood in our design. My designer wants hardwood throughout and I want carpet in the bedrooms and in the home office. I love that you wrote this post because carpeting the rooms I want carpeted is a non-negotiable & now I don’t feel so alone in my reasoning. Thanks Haneen! 🙂

  4. Emma says:

    Love your decor and I love carpets! I have had people tell me that carpets aren’t healthy, but as long as you vacuum and get them cleaned, they’re totally healthy for your family! Thanks for making that point.

  5. Sarah White says:

    I love how cozy your home looks with the Christmas tree lights and the carpet! I wouldn’t have thought to incorporate those dark green drapes and leather pillow into the bedroom, but I am loving it and will be using your photos as inspiration for decorating my master bedroom! The carpets in my home are so nice to have during the winter months. I get mine regularly cleaned by a local company and they still look brand new. Thank your your post, I will be following your design inspiration on Pinterest from now on!

  6. Jennifer says:

    So much beautiful, cozy loveliness!🤩

  7. Charles says:

    Hay man, I’m really loving the posts on your blog. They are structured clearly, easy to digest and memorize, in spite of English being my 2nd language. Wish you well.

  8. Amy Fry says:

    Sorry, I realize this is an old post but I have loved your bedroom and I am finally going to recreate it. Can you point me as to where I can find how you hung the drapes on the hooks? And are the curtains linked the actual same kind you have?
    Thanks in advance!!

    • Haneen says:

      Hi there! Yes, the drapes linked are the exact ones in these photos:) I’m actually not sure if I ever posted how it’s hooked on! I used the “S” hooks that I linked to slide the drapes on to, and then slid the other side of the “S” onto the canopy, horizontally. Hope that makes sense!

      • Amy Fry says:

        Thank you for the reply! The curtains have arrived! I decided to try out tension rods to hang them. The top of our bed has a ledge and I don’t think the hooks would work. Hope the tension rods do!
        Thank you again. 🙂

  9. Janelle says:

    Hi, I am in love with the paint color you used in this room. Do you mind sharing what the color is? Thank you!

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