Bring a toned-down look to your holiday decor with a mix of camel, burnt red and gold. Although red is the most energetic hue of the three, the camel color will help tone it down while shades of gold add depth.
For the dressing room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015, designers HEather Hilliard, Phebe Williams and Erin Bixler selected a camel color paint and soft lighting to create a flattering environment for dressing. The shirred roman shades are meant to invoke a sense of dressmaker details.
The walls in the dressing room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 are covered with fabric inspired by a Matisse painting. Accents are meant to invoke dressmaker details, while the colors and lighting were selected to create a flattering environment for dressing.
Green floral curtains add a touch of texture to this simplistic neutral bedroom. A faux fur white throw is draped over a tufted camel-colored leather lounge chair, providing the perfect place for relaxing.
On either end of a sleek, modern coffee table, two neutral sectionals provide plush seating for visitors. A camel leather chair adds subtle style to the room, while also complementing the light wood details of the space.
This camel-toned leather chair provides a cozy spot for relaxing with a book before bed. Lampshade sconces on either side of the upholstered headboard illuminate the space, while cherry hardwood floors add a finishing touch.
From floor to ceiling, HGTV Star contestant Boris Eckey designed all the details in his Los Angeles loft. His spacious living room features a neutral color palette ranging from beiges to camel and browns with green and gold accents.
This well-rounded Scarlet microfiber sofa will defy your design expectations. Its terrifically touchable microfiber, matching throw pillows and ample seating space make it decidedly down to earth. Plus, its tailored narrow arms and tight, inverted camel back provide a sleek look.
Various woods and leathers meld to create the welcoming mood in this cozy traditional living room. Calm the eye by breaking up harsh angular lines of architectural features with soft curvy pieces and accessories like these opposing camel-backed sofas and round copper mirror.
Various woods and leathers meld to create a welcoming mood in this cozy living room in shades of brown. Designer Judith Balis suggests: "Calm the eye by breaking up harsh angular lines of architectural features with soft curvy pieces and accessories like these opposing camel-backed sofas and round copper mirror."