Everyone loves to personalize their belongings. Everything from our cars to laptop cases reflect our personal style. You spend ample time out in the woods, so your hunting equipment should be as personal as anything else you use in your daily life. Think of your blind as a man cave or she shed. Decorate your blind to fit your style and it’ll truly become your home away from home…as if it wasn’t already.

Use our Accessories

Our accessories allow hunters to add tools that will aid in their hunting endeavors. Whatever your hunting method is, you can add elements to your blind that will make it unique to you. Add one of our bow hangers or gun rests and create a place to “hang your hat.” Our camo curtains will keep you concealed from any wildlife and they attach magnetically for easy application and take down. They can also make it feel more like home. Hunters and camo go together like peanut butter and jelly, so why not add one more element of camo that is both fashion (check out for additional info on hats) and function. Our Stump chairs are perfect for long days when you need to stay comfortable. The chair boasts a stable base, so you can easily spin around to catch a deer without tipping over and missing your shot or hurting yourself. It makes the space feel like an outdoor living room with nature as your entertainment. Who needs television when you’ve got your very own nature channel out your window?

Make it your Own

If you want to go all out, throw it all the way back to the days of teenage bedrooms and dorm room walls and put up some posters that make you happy. Your blind should be a place where you feel safe and comfortable. Making it your own with simple accessories is one of the best ways to do that. Bring some items from home that make you feel warm and fuzzy when you look at them. It’s all about creating an environment that makes you feel at peace. Think about the type of things that you have on display at your desk at work and transfer that same mentality to your blind.

Color Choice Matters

Think of what kind of mood you like to put yourself in when you’re sitting in your blind waiting for a deer and put up decorations that will set that mood. Your color choice can make a lot of difference in how your brain reacts to its environment. If you like to be calm, put up pictures that have calming colors like blues and lavender. Lavender can calm anxiety and reduce stress, which can be incredibly helpful when you’re trying to steady your hand for a shot. If you like to be pumped up, put up things that get you excited. Studies have found that the color red enhances the brain’s attention to detail. This is obviously pretty handy when it comes to hunting, as it is a sport that relies on precision.

However you decorate your blind, make sure it’s true to you. Think about what you use the most when you’re hunting and set yourself up with additional accessories that will enhance your hunting experience. Put up personal pictures, or anything that makes you feel at home. We want your hunting experience to be as smooth as possible and that involves keeping your mind as comfortable as your body. Do you use any of our accessories to make your blind your own? Let us know in the comments!

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