Once upon a time camouflage bedding was used only for little boys’ rooms or for those who were in the Army. Today camouflage sheets and camouflage comforters are designed with everyone in mind. Of course, for the more traditional camouflage colors and patterns a rustic decor is probably a good choice as in the bedroom at the left. A log cabin makes an ideal setting. Or, perhaps a more traditional room with a color theme that picks up a color in the pattern.
Note that the camouflage comforter above has a tan trim that adds a finishing touch making it more than suitable for almost any bedroom setting.
For the Boys Bedroom
The four piece twin set to the left fills every boy’s fantasy while not overwhelming the room. The light tan edging with the star design adds to the Army motif while softening the overall appearance of the darker camouflage.
Any young man would enjoy playing with G.I. Joe during the day and sleeping in a bed like his hero at night.
Blue is for boys. Camouflage is for boys — most of the time. This 10 piece set could easily be used in a younger boy’s bedroom. Of course, if your daughter is old enough to choose her colors, perhaps she would love a blue camo bedroom.
For the Girls Bedroom
Sometimes the little girl wants to enjoy a look of camouflage without it looking so much like Army green. Why not indulge her with a modified pink camouflage pattern, completely feminine yet full of great design.
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While many camouflage sets include a comforter, shams, and sheets, camouflage sheets can be purchased separately for those who want o keep their camo hidden during the day.
Camouflage sheets come in the same wonderful colors as the camouflage comforters. Whatever your preference — sheets, sheets and comforter, or just the comforter — there is a camouflage bedding set that will fit your needs. Don’t forget to look for camouflage flannel sheets for extra warmth.
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