People make mistakes, that’s why pencils have erasers? Well, it’s true, and I know you’ve heard that before, however, have you bothered to consider that quote as an interior decorator? How should you deal with those eyesores as a professional?
There’s a high possibility that you may have one or two spots around your home that make you unhappy whenever you take a look at them… you lose your appetite, and your interior space looks a lot less appealing to you… how exactly do you fix that?
In some cases, the killjoy is a piece that you just can’t throw out the window, maybe because they have become a necessary evil in your home, some of them could be little items like cables, electronics, light switches, storage shelves and so on.
So what do you do?
Camouflage! – This is the part of interior decoration that is completely focused on damage control. Camouflage is a popular remedy that is used to neutralize a those indoor items that get in the way of your beautiful home décor.
Below, I have compiled a list of 15 different camouflage ideas that will help you seal off the bad spots in your décor.
Use Beautiful Boxes
There are many things you can hide in a box, from cables to electronics, and an attractive box on a shelf or a desk will just blend in.
Cover with Pictures
Cover ugly things on the wall with pictures. Bonus points if you install hinges for easy access.
Create Cable Art
One of the most brilliant ways to hide cables is not to hide them at all and instead create cable art.