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Tropical decor infuses the home with the feel of the islands. To get a tropical look for your interior design, start with furniture that can weather both indoor or outdoor environments, and look for natural materials such as rattan, jute, wicker and bamboo. Add coastal touches that can run toward nautical (think sailor’s knots and vintage oars) or surfer chic (hammocks, sandy floors, maybe a tiki torch or two), Bali exotic or Palm Beach. Tropical style is all about comfort and ease, and embracing the warm hospitality that goes hand in hand with island living. Big-leaf plants, such as banana plants, bring tropical flair to landscaping, entries, sunrooms and interiors. Where living tropical plants aren’t practical, you can bring in the feeling of the tropics through fabrics and accessories printed with island motifs, tropical plants and materials.
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Owned by a Torontonian couple in Vero Beach, Florida, this 7,200 square-foot vacation retreat is located on the waterfront near John's Island. The interior derives from the home's strong architectural elements and sports a vibrant blend of colours - fuchsias, turquoises, and kiwis to reflect the bright, natural beauty of that part of the state. Photos: Kim Sargent, Sargent Ar...More
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Tropical decor infuses the home with the feel of the islands. To get a tropical look for your interior design, start with furniture that can weather both indoor or outdoor environments, and look for natural materials such as rattan, jute, wicker and bamboo. Add coastal touches that can run toward nautical (think sailor’s knots and vintage oars) or surfer chic (hammocks, sandy floors, maybe a tiki torch or two), Bali exotic or Palm Beach. Tropical style is all about comfort and ease, and embracing the warm hospitality that goes hand in hand with island living. Big-leaf plants, such as banana plants, bring tropical flair to landscaping, entries, sunrooms and interiors. Where living tropical plants aren’t practical, you can bring in the feeling of the tropics through fabrics and accessories printed with island motifs, tropical plants and materials.
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