Runway to Room: Fall in Line With Camouflage

Since fashion and home decor have long been kindred spirits, it is no surprise to find the trend du jour, camouflage, popping up in home design. Spring 2013 fashion collections by designers such as Perry Ellis, Michael Kors and Valentino showcased amalgamated wear in many types. Now this classic print has made home decor its new frontier.

Be warned, this tendency isn’t for the faint of heart. Camouflage home decor is daring and in-your-face, therefore pick early on if you’re prepared to live with that much edginess into your home or workplace. If you like this pattern but in tiny doses, then there are a few subtle techniques to integrate it, too.

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You can go daring with this tendency by layering it on all your walls. It works well here since the background has grey tones, therefore it doesn’t overwhelm the room. Cheerful dashes of green and yellow appear in art, a seat and a blanket. This room is made for one trendy kid.

Hint: When having background installed is too pricey, then consider stenciling a camouflage pattern on the walls and filling into your design with paint. It’s a look you may reach at a portion of wallpaper’s price.

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This room goes for the gusto by earning many elements of the military lifestyle: camo print, metal through the ladder and even a multipurpose storage bench on casters.

Here camouflage pops up only in the bedding, which is a fantastic way to present the print without having it smack you right in the face area. Additionally, it is an affordable way to integrate this tendency.

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Believe it or not, this print functions nicely even if paired with additional patterned prints. This camo beanbag would make a comfy addition to a boys’ room and appears quite at home next to the patterned walls. Why does it work? The green shelving unit unifies the 2 prints and functions as a fantastic foil.

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Desert Camo Chesterfield

Ready to embrace the warrior soul? Give a camouflage chesterfield sofa center stage within an ecelctic living room.

This type of statement piece will surely need some balance. Look at a rug in neutral beige for a green camouflage, and a light yellow or green carpet with this desert camo. Liven up either sofa with vivid orange or yellow throw pillows, which can be purchased on the cheap. If a full-blown sofa is simply too much to tolerate, then look at buying camouflage fabric and reupholstering a dining chair or an accent chair to present the trend in a subtler way.

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Let’s say you only want to live with hints of this tendency. Add touches of military green into your home rather. Repaint a wooden seat or locate some subtly camo-inspired pillows for your bed.


Vintage Camo Duvet Cover and Pillowcases – $32

Ready to take the plunge? Then test out this tendency in a guest room, where you will not be seeing it on a daily basis. Go for a popular colour combination, yellow and grey, by pairing this grey duvet cover and pillowcase set with yellow sheets.

Camouflage Ottoman – $299

Two of these ottomans could make a significant statement in front of an orange sofa, or facing a mattress dressed with glowing yellowish or lime-green covers.

Camouflage Outdoor Pendant Light – $4,484.80

The purchase price tag with this pendant light may give you whiplash, but who are we to judge you if you splurge? It’d definitely suggest your committment to the tendency in a major way.

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Fatboy Original Lounge Bag, Camouflage – $239

This comfy sofa bag says it all. It could be great in a school dorm or teenager’s room.

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Green Camo Crib Skirt

Yes, Moms and Dads, the tendency can be adopted at birth: simply add camouflage bedding into your child’s crib.

Tell us : Where will you march out this fashion-to-home trend?

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