Tropical style is fun, fresh and spiritually uplifting. You don’t have to live in tropical place to pull it off with aplomb. Bring some sunshine into your home with an injection of tropical color. Both relaxing and uplifting, tropical decor is a big interior design trend for the new season and will add bags of personality to your rooms.
Tropical Interior Design
You really need to think outside the box with a tropical theme, : This is floral design, but not as you know it. Clashing color, a mix of prints and sleek modern textures will all add up to a totally tropical room.
There’s a new version of tropical style on the rise, and it involves clean lines, fresh palettes, and lots of greenery. That a contemporary tropical style. The look is tranquil and chic. Rather than overloading beach spaces with seashell collections and rattan furniture, the new feel is all about less-is-more decor. It’s simple, breezy, and naturally relaxing.
Wall Beach Color Decoration
For beach bedroom color decoration you can painting an accent wall a soothing tropical hue, such as deep minty blue or light teal and adding tropical greenery in unexpected places, such as the wall above the bed
If your Palm leaves are your preference, go with an understated palette such as navy and white. Try a backdrop of crisp white in your tropical bedroom.
This can extend from the wall color to the background of your patterned bedding and you can transport yourself to warm Hawaiian shores with a tropical wall mural
The typical palette of an ocean or beach bedroom is reminiscent of beach glass: watery blues, soft turquoise, greenish-blue, and sea foam, all mixed with plenty of white or sandy tan.
Add a Touch of Island Charm
The spirit of the coast: casual feel, cool and breezy color, worn finishes, and an overall serene vibe,Wood with a distressed finish, as if it might have spent time in the waves, is a must-have in the beach bedroom. No overly shiny or perfect finishes here.
The spirit of the sea is a natural one, so it makes sense that you’ll find plenty of natural elements, such as wood, bamboo, sea grass, and rattan in a beach-inspired room. Fish, seashells, coral, and sea horses are common motifs in an ocean-inspired room. Also Touches of coral and red work well as accents in a beach cottage bedroom
Sea life is a common motif in the beach bedroom, and one that can range from subtle—just a few shells or wave-patterned throw pillow—to in-your-face