Although this is an office, the office supplies do not take the space's focus. Instead, designers use stylish containers, a metallic file cabinet, lots of art and heavy wood paneling and cabinetry for a stately feel in the space.
This tasteful bedroom was designed for a 12-year-old boy. It incorporates his love of animals and sports and is sophisticated enough to grow with him into his teen years and beyond. The slight woodsy feel of the space meshes well with the home's proximity to a nature reserve.
Grass and flagstone pavers create a footpath around a hot tub to an adobe-style outdoor fireplace. Tall landscaping helps to camouflage the retaining wall, adding another layer of privacy to the backyard oasis.
Stackable laundry units can be a great solution to an often oversized and unsightly laundry room. In this combined workspace the homeowner hides the stackable unit behind a panel, leaving it functional, accessible and camouflaged.
Underneath the elegant, traditional chandelier sits a modern jacuzzi tub facing a mirrored wall with a camouflaged TV screen and contemporary fireplace. The expansive shower-and-sauna combo makes this space the ultimate spot for relaxation.
The owner of this bedroom wanted a tv; black wallpaper helps camouflage it. The wallpaper seams turned out to look awkward, so to hide them, the designer cleverly added thin, black molding to give the walls a paneled look.
Dark gray leather panels create a sumptuous headboard in this bedroom, especially when paired with the bed's purple and coffee-colored accent pillows. Alongside them, wood panels make a dynamic contrast and fun camouflage for the built-in nightstand.
To create a seamless, open foyer and camouflage the front and powder room doors, the walls in the entry of this apartment were covered with articulated wood panels with linear etchings. The beige accent wall matches the large photograph.
A custom floor-to-ceiling screen with a geometric pattern camouflages the nearby stairway and creates a more intimate setting for this living room. A soft peach wall color, a bold floral rug and colorful accent pillows add lively contrast to the simple white sofa.
Impactful blue leather chairs could easily make a space feel overly formal -- but not with the addition of funky camouflage throw pillows and a safari-inspired zebra-print rug. Unique design accents also fill the room with casual personality.
Candice Olson, host of HGTV's "Divine Design," uses neutral slipcovers to create cozy, kid-friendly seating in this playful basement. A durable wood coffee table is the perfect spot for playing family board games or creating beautiful artwork. Muted green carpet throughout keeps this space light while still providing camouflage for inevitable spills.
Skirted bedside tables were used in this traditional bedroom to soften the richness of the headboard and to add some color and pattern to the neutral space. A beautiful table skirt can hide a multitude of style sins, such as camouflaging a practical file-cabinet, or dressing up a perfectly sized — but perfectly ugly — flea market find.