50,442 tropical Home Design Photos

Martha O'Hara Interiors
88 Reviews
Kellogg Road Residence
Tropical leaves, such as these simple palm fronds, look great anywhere, and in this Minneapolis kitchen their casual tropical touch works wonderfully with the clean, beachy style.
matchWork in a clutch of small tropical accessories to create a consistent, but understated effect. Individually these chairs with hessian upholstered seats and backs, the palm leaves and the wooden bowl are quite subdued, but combined they work to produce a softly tropical look.
dramatic arrangements. Just a single leaf can be all it takes to make a room say "tropical." Clip a leaf or two off a houseplant such as the parlor palm (Chamaedorea elegans) or kentia palm (Howea fosteriana) to make your room feel like it's shaded by swaying coconut trees. They can be placed in a vase like
“Chandelier and kitchen” — jamieghorton
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Nature Designs Landscaping
1 Review
Love the tropical look as well as water!!
Tropical landscape SD
Pretty cool tropical look
Tropical plants...tropical with pond...tropical koy pond...Estanque tropical...Tropical feel
“overhanging stones” — Susan Gunn
Henderson Design Group
1 Review
Vacation Villa, Hawaii
space and an adequate ceiling height, because these tropical babies like to grow and grow and grow.
sectional made tropical. two tables instead of one big one.
tones in walls and furnishings with accessories that draw inspiration from the garden. Floral motifs and splashes of yellow, green and orange bring a tropical home to life.HOW TO DO IT: Use timber or cane-framed mirrors to amplify the light in living spaces. If a mirror can reflect palm fronds and other
“The colors” — coperio
Tropical Landscape
Lush and tropical plantings create a true getaway in this yard.
Lush foliage is essential. A tropical garden is not the place for the plant collector who wants every plant to have its own spotlight position. Tropical gardens
9b to 11) and tree ferns (Cyathea cooperi, zones 9 to 11) could have been shot in Hawaii, but this photo was actually taken in Seattle. By staging tropical plants in ceramic urns in staggered heights amidst soft greenery, AHBH Landscape Architecture has set a stage than can be easily dismantled before
“Tropical garden” — sentosa15
Period Homes, Inc.
2009 Southern Accents Showhome
19th century style in the tropics!
design meets the tropics. It's a mix of buttoned up and completely wild. This room, with its unruly palms and bird cages, is a perfect example.
This collection of three potted palms in a Dallas show house space conveys the feeling of a traditional conservatory, thanks to the lush tropical underplanting
Lime fizz: Try a mix of ginger ale, lime juice, mint and ice, of course. This tropical sunroom says lime all over. The palette is really very simple: green, black and white, with neutrals mixed in. The formal paneling is played down by the addition of lush palms and whimsical birdcage references. Notice
flora and fauna in their new surroundings, and often brought them into their houses. Potted plants, ferns and palms added the incredible drama of the tropics to these elegant homes. Get this look: Take a trip to your local nursery or home improvement store and buy some dramatic palms or ferns for a couple
“The room” — Sheila N Tyrone Taylor
D'Asign Source
12 Reviews
The tropical look to the pool
very carribben..tropical
Tropical plants...tropical look...Soo tropical...Tropical house
“Tropical plants” — 4myhappyfam
Impressions Landscape - Design
1 Review
bali in burraneer
Love the tropical look with the lush green and wood patio...
Giant multi coloured elephant ears; statues; plants between pavers - tropical look.
elephant ears make this porch seem tropical
Big and bold is the norm for leaves. This is not Grandma's garden, unless of course Grandma lived in Bali. The leaves of tropical plants grow big and bold, and are known for their rich colors and distinctive shapes. Design tip: Finding similar plants for cooler climates may be easier than you think.
Elephant Ear(Alocasia, Colocasia spp) If you're going for a lush and tropical look, grow one of the large-leaved arum relatives known as elephant ear. Think of them as caladiums on steroids, with the heart-shaped leaves on large
“Like the big leafed stuff” — 1900ckr
Tropical Bathroom
Nice colonial feel to this tropical bathroom
tropical bathroom, like the sinks and tile
Tropical bathroom? Hardwoods, bowl sinks, off-white neutral tones
Tropical foliage Palms and other indoor plants make an appearance throughout this style of home, and the bathroom is no exception.HOW TO DO IT: Offset lush
“For master cr” — dungge
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