I think that this decade is most definitely characterized by an embrace for everything green. Lush, green foliage has found its way into our homes again. Yesss! And as the heat begins to kick in, tropical accents could create a resort-like vibe, making our urban living more exotic than ever. As always, fashion has also embraced the tropical theme. Cheers to that! I think it’s fun to bring out a little wildness. Don’t you? So here’s to some tropical theme home decor inspiration with tropical fashion sprinkles for some jungalicious living!!
Image by DFS Furniture. Soft textiles is one of the easiest ways to introduce tropical accents.
Tropical Theme Decorating Ideas
Art prints with leaf patterns, tropical theme wallpapers, area rugs, decorative cushions, hanging planters,
Image by Cuckooland. A jungle theme rug is surely an interesting way to layer in tropical accents!
Image by Oakfurnitureland. Don’t be fooled! Adding green foliage and tropical accents is not a boho thing! It’s about having a green mindset! 😉
Image by Mind The Gap. Art prints with jungle theme images are such a cool way to introduce a tropical home decor accent. In this case, a concrete wall – a manmade material – becomes far more interesting and feels so much more cozy and earthly.
Image by John Lewis. The dark green wall against the gorgeous sideboard gets a twist because of the jungle theme art print and the area rug. By the way, I just love the velvet emerald green side armchair that adds cohesiveness to the whole green mindset.
Image by Amara. A set of four bamboo plates with a tropical theme will certainly liven up a table setting.
Image by John Lewis. Rattan furniture by a pool has a resort-like appeal. (Here’s to some amazing inspiration on rattan furniture). Adding a few touches of vibrant yellows, greens and flamingo pinks and voila!
Image by House of Fraser. A tropical pattern print playsuit could bring the wild thing out of you!
Image by Homesense. This cube that serves as a side table has such a tropical vibe to it even though it has no foliage.
Image by House of Fraser. Tropical theme bedding is yet another easy way to create a tropical accent.
Image by Amara. Gosh, how I love hammocks! Can’t wait to get one of my own…
I don’t know about you, but the summer vibes here are getting more intense. Although most people tend to believe that going green means a more bohemian style, I assure you that it ain’t so. Fusing tropical theme patterns and accents with bohemian decor is certainly an interesting match that I would like to see more of, but it has to be very well curated or else it may overwhelmingly busy.
As always, there are so many ways to adopt a trend that I couldn’t possibly show them all, but at least I hope this post sparked your imagination. 😉 How do you like this trend? Are you going to go for it? I’d love to know…