How To Decorate With Tropical Prints


Put the lime in the coconut. We’ll eat them both up. Just like this trend alert: Tropical Prints! Here is how to incorporate tropical prints into your home.
1. Bring the outdoors in instantly with tropical print wallpaper on an accent wall. Ideal places for a tropical print wall paper to stand out? Small wall spaces like the bathroom, entryway, or a tucked in corner of a living room. The jungle effect will be sure to liven things up and add a pop of freshness just in time for summer.
2. Want to slowly incorporate tropical prints into your home? Take it for a test drive with a temporary tablescape in the living room or your next dinner party. Placing banana leaves on plates or using them as placemates makes for a quick fix island theme. Add coconuts, pineapples, or tropical flowers like orchids as centerpieces for that extra whimsy.
3. If you think tropical print is too much, keep your base color theme black and white with decor accents of lush green. You’ll still get that vacation-like feel with combination of a sleek, minimalist space. Use large tropical indoor plants or foilage fossils as focal points to keep it all under control.
4.Invoke relaxing island feels alongside your tropical print picks with light wood materials that bring an extra element of nature to the room. Try bamboo, maple, or oak. These materials are light on the eyes but heavyduty when it comes to withstanding everyday wear and tear.
5. Palm tree leaf pillows and prints! Palm tree prints, pillows and pillowcases are all you need if you’re embracing the current trend of true tropical flair. Frame two prints and place them over your desk or pile a bunch of pillows on your couch or bedding. Instant vacation feels.

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