1,636 set Tropical Home Design Photos

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George W. Girvin Associates, Inc.
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In the evening, watch the tide roll in over an outdoor dinner under the setting sun.
“Y” — cframirez
El Aldabon
Consola
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The kinara can be placed on any table but is traditionally set atop a console table in the entryway, or is used as the centerpiece on a dining table.
“Art” — jossieb
Seaside
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one-room fishing shack with open-air sleeping porches, since enclosed by the current owner.*From here on the links lead to the Seaside Research Portal, set up by the University of Notre Dame; many photos and even drawings can be found there.
“pink shutters” — shirleymetka
MCM Design
Bedroom Suite
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Incorporating curtains into a wall of windows can be tricky. This set frames the gorgeous view, and a bamboo curtain rod hung close to the ceiling continues the coastal theme. For an extra injection of coastal style, bamboo rods pair perfectly with natural fiber rugs such as jute, sea grass, sisal and
“Sofa color” — rdyordy
Lisa Hallett Taylor
Kelsey's Bedroom
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added vintage-inspired tropical furnishings, accessories and wall decor. When Kelsey returned, she was thrilled with her surprise room makeover.Desk set: Ratana; paint: Dunn Edwards; Island Oasis quilt, prints, accessories and wall decor: Bamboo and Beyond
“window coverings, color splashes of accessories” — mom4248
MCM Design
Entry Courtyard
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As night sets, walk back through one of the property's myriad courtyards...
“i like the feeling of this arcgitecture and ambiance” — ceton
MCM Design
Bedroom Suite
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12 Speaking of flowers, while we are building our dream bedroom, consider opening up an outside wall and installing multiple sets of French or louvered doors. Every day will feel like your on vacation, especially...
“the balcony door design” — pvn_kumar
Jeni Lee
Open air living in the mountains of Bali
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country’s aesthetic helps them become integrated with their new surroundings. This “when in Rome” approach is just what Simon Evans, a former Londoner who set up a home in the jungles of Bali went for.
“Love the ribbed texture of this floor--this would be really good for circulation on bare feet, and w” — debstep7
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