66,116 tropical leaves Home Design Photos

Julie Sumile Interior Design
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Not super tropical but just enough
natural tropical items
Condo tropical...Zen, yet tropical...tropical plants
“salon-/bijzettafel, balken” — riannedeheer
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Drucker-Brownstein Residence
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Tropical color palette
leave some things cement
leaving room
“rail” — marcy_line
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Riverhouse Living Room
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which can occur with dust buildup. Overwatering will cause root rot, and underwatering can cause yellow tips that will turn to brown. If the stalks and leaves are not standing upright, as they should, try a deep watering, assuming there is sufficient drainage. Soil: Sandy with good drainage, though Kentia
7. Palm trees. If you want a dramatic vertical element with a tropical feel, reach for the palms. Not all palms do well indoors, so it pays to know which ones do. The best indoor palms are kentia palm (Howea forsteriana)
lutescens). Most indoor palms will enjoy a steady supply of water, light fertilizer once a month and bright but indirect light.Tip: Trim off old, brown leaves once or twice a year, or as you see them appearing. The old foliage of many palms needs to be periodically removed and doesn't mean the plant is struggling
“infront of window” — marilynjorge
Barbara Cannizzaro
oceandesigner
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This transitional space — part indoor, part outdoor— looks cozy and tropical, thanks to the bamboo exterior shades and small woven side table.
your hands dirty" type, her own Zen garden space might be a better form of relaxation than a bubble bath. Sweep off an outdoor patio or rake the dead leaves out of her garden and freshen things up with a new layer of gravel and a potted plant or two. Buy a new patio chair or chaise and accent it with a
artificial) are worth the extra effort. Decorating tip: Little things go a long way in outdoor spaces. Take the time to clear out any dead plants or leaves, and sweep surface areas.
“Plants” — Folasade Ologundudu
Rasmussen / Su Architects
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fitler square renovation
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Thanks! The countertops are honed "Black Ash" granite from Tropical Stone in Malvern, PA.
hood design. since our hood will be between banks of cabinets, a thinner design like this might leave an open feeling compared to a wide hood
ISLAND WIDTH LEAVES ENOUGH ROOM FOR SINK. PANEL AT END OF ISLAND
“Cabinet color” — salgalati
Margaret Donaldson Interiors
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Kiawah Family Home
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When in doubt, there are always vases. Palm fronds are so sculptural and bright, they can stand alone.More:How to create a tropical garden outsideRooting for Indoor Trees
On holidays, the trestle table comes to the center of the room; two 24-inch leaves and extra cane chairs make room for more. Palm fronds take the place of fussy floral bouquets.
distressed trestle table in this island vacation home near Charleston, South Carolina, looks inviting with just the simple placement of some fan palm leaves, freshly cut from the garden beyond.
“Chairs” — ckg12171
Terra Rubina
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Formal in Noe Valley
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a "Bloodgood," beautiful and beautifully behaved. Golden in Autumn. Foliage holds red colour until late Summer. Branches are self-cleaning of dead leaves in Winter.
Love this tree!! Japanese maple? Looks like bromeliads and other tropical type plants.
Busy? Or lovely mix of leaves?
“Chinese elm” — monteh1957
Marcelo Brito & Pedro Potaris
Marcelo Brito & Pedro Potaris - Sao Paulo - Brazil
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Plants, plants, plants galore! Not only will they add a bright splash of fresh green to your space, but they call for an instant ode to the tropics. Place them around the room accordingly to create consistency.
scattered broad leaves
Palm leaves
“plants” — tracyhallett49
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