Bring Tropical Decor Trend Home This Summer
Remember, there is nothing worse than a room that feels over-themed and tropical decor can go overboard really quick. And definitely, no one wants that. Following post will help you understand the fine line between trendy and overdo.
Go for bold printsTropical theme means the looks will be loud but that does not mean that the look will have to be shabby. For example, the banana leaf wallpaper is an iconic print that also made its way into celebrity homes and expensive restaurants. It' s a print that seems to be glamorous and has inspired many iterations in wallpaper, fabric and decor. Go big and go bold.
Bold and over-scale tropical leaves in graphic prints can make a soft and sophisticated statement. All you need is to choose prints in realistic shades of green to keep your home look alive and happy. Also be careful how to apply it as bold patterns look best in small doses. Experts suggest using it in the powder room, in entryway or on one accent wall.
Add the right accessoriesUsing tropical theme, you need to balance out your theme to keep it from feeling like an actual jungle. Try combining bold tropical prints with a metal such as brass – it will make the room look tasteful yet elegant. It will also keep your home look refined. You can incorporate brass in form of faucets, side table mirrors and sconces.
Think Beyond Banana Leaf PrintsStill, most of the people think that incorporating banana leaf is too bold but you can still achieve a taste of tropics through muted looks. You can use grass-cloth wallpaper, which is another hot item to achieve tropical theme. This theme is versatile and pairing it with a variety of looks from ancient to modern one – makes it a perfect tropical theme. That' s because its look conjures up island vibes in an understated way that can work for any home.
All you need is to select grass-cloth wallpaper in a light, neutral mode and pair it with sheer curtains for a fresh look.