Tropical Interiors – Get the Look

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Tropical Interiors are usually drawn from natural elements like bamboo, cane, wood and wicker. The color palette is usually green, beige, white, and sometimes hues of pink, yellow and blue. Combined with bold prints of flora and fauna, it also helps to achieve an open and breezy space, which is usually found in neach bunglows having high ceilings.

A little inspiration board of what comes to mind when i think about the tropical regions. Palm Leaves, Pineapples,Bananas, Flamingos, Flowers like Hibiscus and natural materials like cane, wicker, bamboo and jute.
Here are some inspiration boards for how you could achieve this look in your space.

Inspired by natural elements, a natural wood flooring or a rug made of jute would be an ideal fix .

I came across this lovely collection of wall covering from Good Earth based on the tropical theme, the patterns are so bold and fun to play around with.
In order to balance the design and follow rule of less is more, I would recommend just one wall to be highlighted with such bold prints and complimentary plain or subtle wall coverings for the other walls.


FURNITURE that is made of natural materials like cane, bamboo , wicker or rattan would go well with this kind of look. We could also hand in some framed palm leaves or accessorize with seashells, or have the soft furnishings going in bold flora and fauna prints. The windows could be treated with bamboo or wood. If you prefer curtains, you could go with the light and sheer ones.
You could also take it a step further and get a tank with tropical fishes. 🙂

So.. here it is.. A tropical space right in your home, without flying to the tropics, where you can relax and de-stress after a long day.

Don’t forget to check out my moodboard inspired with these Tropical Vibes...

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