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My Houzz: Iris Dankner
greenery, light beige and brown with wood = calming styling
off Iris and Jay Dankner’s master bedroom recall the trips to Belize that inspired its design. The neutral tropical aesthetic of the Southampton abode is enhanced by large-leaved potted tropicals and lounge-worthy furniture.
deck’s tropical style was inspired by a trip to Belize. Outdoor furniture: Janus et Cie, Dedon, Crate & Barrel, Frontgate
The deck’s tropical style was inspired by a trip to Belize. Outdoor furniture: Janus et Cie, Dedon, Crate & Barrel, Frontgate
The decking area’s tropical style was inspired
off Iris and Jay Dankner’s master bedroom recall the trips to Belize that inspired its design. The neutral tropical aesthetic of the Southampton abode is enhanced by large-leaved potted tropicals and lounge-worthy furniture. See the rest of this home
Rachel Reider Interiors
Rhode Island Beach House
Great tropical colors and accent s
Tropical colours and style
Vases filled with strelitzia and philodendron leaves are the perfect addition to this tropical-style porch in Boston. The colorful throw pillows and green leaves bring the space to life.
Tropical decor...resort style...Decoracion tropical...Tropical look
Trans-Pacific Design / Susan J. Moss, ASID
Style Secret: Exotic WoodsIpe, wenge, teak and other tropical woods go with this style like quartersawn oak in a Craftsman bungalow. Because tropical style is all about not trying too hard, you can mix and match as many species and tones as you like. Dark woods and exquisitely detailed pieces can take
or Balinese direction, while lighter, rustic finishes and furnishings feel more Caribbean and Central American. Easy does it: The beauty of many tropical woods lies in their natural pattern — burled, striped, streaked or mottled — so simple applications allow them to shine. The kitchen cabinetry shown
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I like the tropical feel of the bamboo above
Interesting structure but likely doesn't fit style!
This island escape looks like an idyllic spot for a dinner under the stars. You can capture some of that tropical style wherever you are by adding a bamboo screen, a potted palm and planters full of flowers.
ceiling of this tropical outdoor room. Simply put, it truly feels like paradise! I'll take a margarita on the rocks, please.
Think carefully about the material you choose for your patio cover — the right materials can alter your backyard's look dramatically. A bamboo roof creates tropical appeal that
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Ibis Golf & Country Club
screen and brings the tropical to this colonial room.
Combine the lotIf you are really committed to your new tropical theme, go to town by combining every element! This room has the dark wooden four-poster bed, sculptural foliage and crisp white bedding that shouts tropical style, with just a pinch
Canopy bed and tropical planta
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Kendall Wilkinson Design
Pacific Heights Exuberance
More inspiration for tropical design:Decorating Guide: Tropical StyleTell us: Is your home decorated in tropical style? Share photos and tips below!
Danny Broe Architect
I was wondering about the tropical looking tree. What is it?
Indoor-outdoor kitchenThe boundaries between inside and out are blurred in a tropical-style home, and one of the easiest ways to achieve this is with a kitchen that extends onto the deck. Sliding doors and concertina windows can separate
outside to a garden deck, where an awning offers shelter from the rain, but still lets light and fresh air circulate throughout. Ideally suited to a tropical climate, there are still design takeaways from this design that would work in the UK. What really makes this kitchen sing, is the simple colour palette
I like the style for outdoor area
Outside oasisOutdoor living goes naturally with tropical-style homes, so no matter how small your backyard, use plenty of timber to create a welcoming space you can’t wait to hang out in. Draw inspiration from
you don’t have space for a pool and ocean views aren’t your reality, add a water feature surrounded by tropical gardens. The tranquil sound of trickling water is a soothing addition to any tropical abode.