45,674 tropical Home Design Photos

Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Modern Tropical Courtyard
growing tropicals.When using tropical plants in small areas, a little goes a long way. Don't add too many plants right away, since many will quickly outgrow their space and require trimming or division to keep them from making the garden seem even more snug. Start with a solid backbone of hardy evergreen
your tropical garden might need to be protected in winter, consider confining it to a patio and pots. Enjoy it through the summer months, then bring it indoors.Design tip: Add outdoor lighting to complete the mood, whether it's candles, a fire pit or subtly placed spotlights and downlights. One of the
of the tropics is enjoying the evening under the stars, and you want to be able to do the same in your own space.
“The chairs!” — Sharon Price
5% off on jobs over $2,000
(703) 244-6986
Email Us
Up to $500 off
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Patty creates unique, enjoyable, and livable interiors. Regardless of project budget, she is known for successfully working within all constraints to create the most beautiful spaces possible.
Period Homes, Inc.
2009 Southern Accents Showhome
meets the tropics. A mix of buttoned up and completely wild. Love the ferns and birdcages.
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 in each
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 the great contrast of the black floor against the bright white walls
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 of rooms in your house. Do your research first, and find a houseplant that will fit your home and lifestyle best. You'd be surprised how much
“Tiled floor.” — cheekyfiend
Case Remodeling
4 Reviews
Glynmoor Lakes Kitchen
called Tropic Brown (very common) and I believe it's quarried in Saudi Arabia. We use Intown Granite for all our fabrication in Charlotte, NC
Tropic Brown granite
Tropical brown granite
Tropic Brown Granite Light cabinets Backsplash
Tropic Brown Granite. Seeing
Tropic brown, glaze, tile
Tropic brown countertop
Tropic Brown Granite
Tropic Brown Granite...
colors: Tropic Brown
tropic brown...tropical brown
“Lighted cubicle” — jnees
Mario Marquez
of the tropical plants with rocks and tiki
water, tropical look----we need to move to palm tree land
Every tropical garden needs some water, whether it's as small as a fountain or as large as a meandering pool. Of course, to really create a resortlike feel, a pool is almost a necessity, not only for recreation but also as a foil to the foliage and flowers that surround it.
“Pool” — lisabarney
Philpotts Interiors
1 Review
Kapalua Bay
tropical teak and palm massage room” “Oooooooo... something about the spa-like feel I get from the stone and wooden room with palms outside” “Need to have
Woodwork - Heavy plantation tropical feel
Moist, tropical climates are ideal for shutters, as the louvers can shed water and provide shade, all the while admitting breezes. Note the two types of shutters in this example: in the foreground are hinged shutters, but in the background are sliding shutters for a larger opening.
“color” — pahsing
Darci Goodman Design
2 Reviews
Nantucket in So Cal
tropical feel
tropical theme, traditional
Tropical bedroom idea.
tropical features...TROPICAL TWIN ROOM...Tropical theme...Tropical bedroom...Cool tropical
“harry's bedroom” — sallyarch
Fine Design Interiors, Inc
Hawaiian Cottage Style
Tropical look BM 1060 Blanched Almond
love the tropical colors and fabrics
tropical warmth...tropical, relaxing...tropical touch...tropical print
Martha O'Hara Interiors
86 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.
leafy tropical plants will do nicely.
“Pretty kitchen” — jcndeb
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™