- 1). Paint the walls outdoor colors that reflect the surroundings where a hunter spends much of his time. For many hunters, a combination of brown and green reflecting the colors of the woods works well. Many male hunters like paneling. To enliven an earth-toned palette, add a few splashes of color. Deep red is a classic choice. Another option is the hunter's favorite colors. Blues, for example, are perfectly acceptable.
- 2). Cover the floor with carpet that complements the colors of the room, or lay down area rugs if the hunger prefers hardwood floors. The room should be warm and comfortable for the hunter.
- 3). Bring in furniture that suits the earthy feel of the room. A desk, a brown leather sofa or chair and wooden tables work well. Place display tables and a display case in appropriate spots where the hunter can arrange his memorabilia, such as photos taken on hunting or fishing trips. Alternatively, put up book shelves. Finally, add a secure gun cabinet, where the hunter can keep some of his guns.
- 4). Put in track or recessed lighting above the areas where the hunter is displaying his memorabilia. Balance that lighting with lamps and even up-lighting. The lamps should be heavy and rustic, such as earthenware or unpolished pewter, to complement the sturdiness of the furniture.
- 5). Mount the hunter's prize catches on the wall. Deer antlers, fish and other animals caught by the hunter personalize the room. Finally, place hunting magazines and other reading materials on a coffee table for casual reading.