Can you imagine a tropical oasis right into your bedroom? What could be more relaxing? In fact, tropical bedroom design is perfect for Summer, because it will bring the best of warm days even during winter nights. Check out these amazing ideas for fun and liveliness bedroom!
Tropical stands for everything that is natural and exotic: it won’t cost top dollars and ultimate efforts, but it will still deliver the hospitality and relaxation you’ve always desired. Americans are the biggest fans of tropical bedroom design ideas, especially the ones in the Southern states. Take notes of these tips to get tropical bedrooms:
Green and blue bedroom furniture
This color scheme is compulsory for tropical solutions. They remind two crucial natural elements: water and plants. And this is why green and blue are always welcomed in tropical bedrooms, usually applied in seamless transitions from soft to acid shades.
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Canopy Master Beds
Tropical master bedrooms can also be dramatic and exuberant! And sometimes, all you need is to hang a canopy bed in the middles of the bedroom. Canopy beds carry the exotic vibe in their essence, and can be combined very easily due to their soft color.
Don’t forget the accessories
A bedroom decor without tropical accessories is not a tropical room. Romantic candles, serene sea stars, tropical flowers and patterned pillows are few synonyms of a comfy bedroom atmosphere with tropical style.
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If you want to have a tropical oasis in your bedroom, you should start with the walls and the murals you choose! Walls are perfect to express your painting skills, and you’re warmly invited to pour your artistic imagination to all of the walls, or to choose a focal one and to keep the ambiance more serene.
The role of accents
If you want your bedroom to be ‘originally tropical’ you’ll need all sorts of tropical-themed items to decorate with. You could also add interest with ‘outdated’ sconces, wicker chandeliers, or colorful lamps, even if such should be avoided in constantly hot regions.
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