Do you like tropical style decorating?
Want to bring a summer vacation vibe?
Not sure where to start?
Never fear Atelier Breugnot is here and we will show you:
how to develop a cohesive colour scheme
what items you should be on the lookout for while shopping or online
an example of how it can be done
To know more just keep reading.
The colour scheme, and even the particular shades
and tones of those colours can greatly affect on whether
your efforts will achieve the intended look you are going
The tropical theme is bright, vibrant and colourful and can
quickly go from captivating to kitsch very quickly if too many
colours or the wrong shades or tones of those colours are
You'll see in the example on the right that the colour scheme
while bright stays in the warm tones. This will bring warmth
and brightness to your space.
What a monstera!
When looking for a tropical interiors look you will want to look for decor that follows an island theme. What do we mean by that.? We mean lamps, wall art, wall clocks, glassware or dinnerware, bedding, cushions, etc. that feature certain plants or animals that you find in a tropical location. These might be for example:
🌴 monstera leaves
🌴 banana leaves
🌴 palm trees
🌴 hibiscus flowers
🌴 frangipani flowers
🌴 tropical fish
I'll show you!
So, we've looked at the colour scheme, decor selection but what about the materials?
We'll when you're trying to look for a tropical interior style materials like wood, straw, bamboo, raffia, etc.
Having room dividers with shutters and having voile curtains can also be great additions. You'll find an example of this your right.
Having a pattern armchair with multiple colours and finding plain cushions with those same colours ensures a cohesive look.
We've gone over the basics of how colour, decor and materials all play a part in creating a tropical style living space. Whether it be Tahiti, New Caledonia, Vanuatu or Costa Rica that you're trying to evoke you will be able to feel confident in your choices now.
For more interior decorating inspiration keep your eyse peeled for future posts from us.