Tropical interior design evokes the whole charm and magic of a deserted island. You’ll be embraced by an immediate feeling of relax and ease, much like stepping out of the stressful rhythm of frantic life to find yourself right on your preferred tropical destination!
There was a time when palm fronds and banana leaves décor was confined only to tropical resorts. Well, those times are gone, tropical interior design made its entrance in our daily home decor in so many ways. It’s not rare to find tropical foliage in residential o commercial venue in large quantities on wallpapers and curtains, or just a single-leaf accent like framed prints or pillow covers.
So unleash your wild side and bring a bit of sunshine into your home with plenty of tropical home decorations – palm leaves, flowers and ananas – they are all so trendy at the moment and will add style and personality to your interiors.
All shades of lush greens and sea blues are perfect to create a tropical home, as this style fully embraces and reflects nature. There are many degrees of application of this interior design style; for a bolder look you could paint the walls in a shade of green or turquoise, or alternatively just add big leafy wallpaper to your interior. A large canvas or a gallery of framed prints will work wonders too.
For a modern and classy look you can combine lush leafy patterns to lacquered furniture and geometric motives, the wow effect is guaranteed! If you prefer a lighter version of this style just use white or neutral wood furniture as the base of your color palette, this way the green foliage color of your decor pieces will stand out more.
If you are looking more for a “holiday resort” style then you can add one or more rattan elements, for instance a coffee table, a chandelier, rug or a rocking chair. Also a rattan plant holder with a big-leafy plant placed into the corner of your room and it’ll immediately be summer whole year round. Ready to decorate your Tropical home?
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