5,900 tropical modern design Eclectic Home Design Photos

MGB Homes
14 Reviews
Siesta Key Santa Fe
Ideabooks2,992
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Love the water, tree, privacy and southern adobe, tropical feel
Looks like the tropics...nice pool design coming off...Privacy and tropical
“oasis” — sleuthmama
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
10 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks928
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Tropical plantation architecture was the inspiration for this hilltop Montecito home. The plan objective was to showcase the owners' furnishings and c
Tropical Plantation Architecture. Chairs. Color.
Tropical Room 2...tropical indeed!
“Eclectic” — stormy2011
Turner Pocock
A colourful London home
Ideabooks3,121
Questions5
Love the beautiful tropical print fabric, where is it from?
"tropical" with wood painted and sleek design. Go all white/grey
Love the modern chairs with the natural-looking table.
kitchenThe owners of this modern abode have continued the interior design scheme outside, with whitewashed walls and tropical plant cushion covers. By
very well, but what if you only have a small garden to spread into? This design solves that visual problem by linking the floor surfaces inside and out
this is the kind of modern mix I like
“I like it a lot” — Beth Hewitt
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Brooke Ulrich
Colorful Kitchen
Ideabooks3,274
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the colors of the reef applied to homes, don’t picture a stereotypical tropical interior. This kitchen’s punchy colors and whimsical mix of dining chairs
afternoon in Samoa. Let your creative juices run as rampantly as they do in tropical waters.
the colors of the reef applied to homes, don’t picture a stereotypical tropical interior. This kitchen’s punchy colors and whimsical mix of dining chairs
afternoon in Samoa. Let your creative juices run as rampantly as they do in tropical waters.
“color” — peakers1
Elad Gonen
1 Review
exteriior
Ideabooks4,045
Questions6
tropical looking, palms, retaining wall, small pond
That chair!! and umbrella!! Love the tropical feel.
tropical landscape with banana trees and foxtails
interrupt the landscape, but unexpectedly pops because of its curvilinear design.
Tropical garden...designer : yosi ginsberg
“Umbrella” — pricehouse1
Rizzoli New York
Rooms to Inspire by the Sea by Annie Kelly beach homes houses
Ideabooks6,480
Questions10
Isn't this designed by Martin Lawrance Bollard
The fabric is by Martyn Lawrence Bullard he is a designer in Los Angeles, Ca. Hope this helps.
I think they were custom made for the house. The designer is Martin Lawrence-Bullard ....
Play with tropical elements. Using materials associated with tropical hideaways is an expedient way to bring the beach into your home. Here, wave-inspired
“greys” — sandyklingler
Elizabeth Dinkel
1 Review
Brentwood Regency Estate
Ideabooks3,833
Questions9
pineapple motif - A modern-day example is seen on the walls of this bath by West Hollywood designer Elizabeth Dinkel.
Paired with the bamboo mirror, this green and cream wallpaper gives off tropical island vibe
bamboo mirror frame complements pineapple wallpaper design. Suggestive of island touch.
tablecloths, napkins and wallpaper. A modern-day example is seen on the walls of this bath by West Hollywood designer Elizabeth Dinkel.
Although a bamboo mirror frame underscores the tropical air of the pineapple-print wallpaper, this bathroom still feels mannerly
“Wall paper” — arhine47
Scott Weston Architecture Design PL
3 Reviews
Villa Redferno
Ideabooks2,808
Questions7
across this one by accident. You could always commission someone to do a design for you with a rug supplier. There are plenty of places like that in Sydney
Love the balance of this space. Modern and traditional chairs in same upholstery and same color as walls and drapery-
s with a custom-designed rug in a paintbox of colours reminiscent of a collection of precious gleaming gemstones.Paint: Wattyl ‘Tropic Turquoise’
rather than physically.HOW TO USE THIS COLOUR: This colour will suit a room designed for calm conversation. For a bold blue consider Dulux Wineglass Bay’.
“I love the color.” — reynalda06
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