Choosing to decorate a bedroom in camo is a bold statement, a declaration that you truly understand and embrace the hunting lifestyle. You can do a camouflage bedroom without feeling like you are in a war zone or deer stand but it requires some restraint and creativity.
Your first choice is based on which bedroom in your home you will decorating with camo style, your own master bedroom or a guest bedroom. If you have a family of hunters who likes to visit, the guest room might be an obvious and entertaining choice. Regardless of which room you choose, start with camouflage bedding and let your imagination run wild from there.
Select either the green camouflage shades common to forests and moss or tree-filled hunting grounds in wet areas or the lighter, brown shades of desert or drier areas. Each has an amazing color palette that will influence the rest of your bedroom dÃ©cor. Donâ€™t feel limited by your camo bedding, you donâ€™t have to choose curtains or rugs that are also camouflage but they should have the same color palette as your camouflage bedding. Mossy greens or tan curtains, rugs, lamp shades, or wall art help keep the camouflage feeling without devolving into campy or cheesy style.
Once you have decided on a color palette and purchased the larger design elements for the room, you can have fun choosing accessories and smaller items for the room that continue the theme set by the camouflage bedding. Statues depicting camouflaged hunters or more whimsical creations are nice finishing touches.
You can create your camo room, from camouflage bedding to window treatments to lamps, at www.cabinplace.com. The wide selection of camouflage gear is perfect for any home or room and is available at prices you can afford. In fact, you might find so many fun and interesting camo creations that you might decide to decorate the master and the guest room!