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Evon Kirkland Interiors
Columbia Home
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bromeliad is combined with the foxtail fern for dramatic results. Indoors you can use any combination of bromeliads effectively at the base of a tall tropical tree of any kind, keeping in mind the different watering needs of each species.The Aechmea is one of the most resilient and longest lasting of bromeliads
with thin green leaves prefer lower light. The common houseplant varieties, Nidularium, Vrieseas and Guzmania, are native to the vast canopies of tropical rain forests and are able to survive in low-light conditions.Water: The plants are extremely drought tolerant, though it's ideal to keep the soil
“Fountain” — Gary Teh
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Play with tropical elements. Using materials associated with tropical hideaways is an expedient way to bring the beach into your home. Here, wave-inspired upholstery, seashell decor and large blue and white globe lanterns playfully invoke elements of the sea in this Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, home. A thatched
“Thatch roof and lighting” — pishajean
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
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Intimate Hideaway
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concrete finish. Other than there being a view of it from the master suite, or maybe a snapshot taken from a drone, this tub offers total privacy in a tropical garden.
10. By candlelightAn outdoor wonder worthy of a tropical spa retreat. A soak in this bath is best accompanied by some very good Champagne.TELL USWhat elements of a hotel-style bathroom would you want at
“Glass at end bathroom window to porch” — Helen
DJE Design
Seastone Mount Martha residence
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White suits most kitchen styles, including tropical. This Melbourne, Australia, kitchen embraces white, featuring a white ceiling, countertop and backsplash and white cabinetry. Glass pendants are ideal
4. White colour paletteWhite is such as versatile colour and suits most kitchen styles, including tropical. This Melbourne kitchen embraces white, featuring a white ceiling, cabinetry, benchtop and splashback. Glass pendants are ideal as they are transparent and don’t block the sight-line to the ceiling
4. White. White suits most kitchen styles, including tropical. This Melbourne, Australia, kitchen embraces white, featuring a white ceiling, countertop and backsplash and white cabinetry. Glass pendants are ideal, as they don’t block the sight line
“Lámpa” — Nora Csüllög
Danny Broe Architect
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Lilyfield House
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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
“conversion of a deck to a semi-indoor/outdoor area. partial ceiling/roof” — nian4
Tropical Landscape
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color and type of tropical flowers of potted
love this tropical large container grouping
foliage containers filled with cannas, crotons, coleus and other tropical-looking plants.
Northwest garden helps brighten up overcast days. It’s also the perfect backdrop for foliage containers filled with cannas, crotons, coleus and other tropical-looking plants.
“Pots” — booherd
Darwin Webb Landscape Architects, P.S.
Lake Washington Residence
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This outdoor seating area in the Pacific Northwest gets a shot of the tropics with potted bananas. Bananas, and any broad-leaf large plant, make everything feel instantly tropical.
“Like this pergola” — Scott Blanchard
Terrat Elms Interior Design
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Marblehead Residence
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indoor/outdoor cabana room toward the back of the house has a huge slider that opens up to the backyard. Elms draped the walls with white fabric for a tropical feel. White sofa, black side table: Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams; pink and taupe chairs: Clementine, Verellen; trunk: vintage
planet, makes a statement wrapped around this chest-turned-coffee table. This would be an easy DIY project. A host of simple elements give this room a tropical feel — white fabric walls, a white sofa adorned with bold pillows, a worn tree branch as centerpiece and a candle inside a hurricane vase. Tip: Bursts
“burlap trunk” — opashoney
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