8 Interior Design Tips for Flawless Tropical Décor

While tropical décor definitely has its roots in the past, there is something enduringly enticing about the sunny pastels, kitschy palm prints, and pink flamingos that keep it coming back in style. Today’s tropical décor is anything but dated. Elements of tropical décor can add a little spice and a lot of relaxation to your home. Here are a few tips for creating tropical décor in your home.

Tropical colors Pop against a Neutral Background

1. Tropical Colors

· Light brown, sand, beige — brings in the quintessential colors of the beach

· Yellow — brings sunny brightness into the space, a must for tropical décor

· Green — brings in the freshness of plants and nature

· Red and terracotta — brings in the earthiness the islands are known for

· Baby blue — brings in the endless sky

· Brown — brings in a woodsy vibe

· Darker blue shades — brings in the deepness of the sea

Reading through this list, you can see that each element corresponds to an element in nature.

2. Tropical Prints

3. Light

Woven Raffia and Molded Bamboo Enhance the Tropical Feel

4. Windows

5. Walls

6. Flooring

7. Accessories

· Prints of butterflies, parrots, turtles, and sea life

· Plants and flowers

· Batiks

· Carved wood

· Animal print throws, pillows or bedding

· Bowls of tropical fruit

· Interesting sea shells

Mix these elements in where they seem appropriate. Use your instincts, you’ll know when the balance is right.

8. Furnishing

Once you have created your tropical space, all you have to do is sit back, relax, and enjoy.

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