Interiors are always a way of expressing our current modes and personalities. This year-round, it is all about the happiness that our living spaces give us and making things easy going, at least indoors. While most of us look for changes in our lifestyle to get to that level of ease, you’d not be surprised how much a change in interior decor does for you and your home.
For keeping things refreshing all year round, the tropical aesthetic is the perfect way to achieve that. If you are into a good blend of colours and textures with splashes of greenery and fresh warm and lively interiors then this aesthetic is for you.
There are multiple ways you can achieve this by adding your favourite motifs and natural material, pairing them with a pop of orange shades, blues, whites, browns and so on to give those interiors a bright and relaxing touch.
Tropical interiors could efficiently become evergreen even with the sets of bright and exposing textures if placed rightly with the neutral hues and tones. We are all over this project to give you the perfect sense of charm and refreshing interiors without making them look clumsy or too much. Here are some of the ways you can achieve your dream home interiors:
Starting with the very basics we look for in a room is the colour scheme that should be effectively implemented to give that amalgamation of textures and colours a balance. A simple formula of ‘light and dark’ would help you achieve that.
Blend the walls with neutral hues and incorporate eccentric pieces of furniture like dark stained wood, terracotta interiors, jute, rattan wicker furniture that have a defining feature of their own and see how the room is easily balanced out.
You can switch up this plan the other way round by making the walls pop and putting in furniture and interiors that are of a similar scheme so that the room makes a coherent sense.
NATURAL ELEMENTS WITH THE ELEMENTS OF SURPRISE
We can observe that tropical interiors are very much earthy and natural-looking and decorated with fabrics, textures, colours and a lot of that to make a sea breeze of a change to the interiors.
You can chive the same by adding natural stones like granite and marble or even wood and natural bamboo flooring to give the textures a definition and along with that add a pop of colours on the magnum opus, softer covering of the interiors to make the natural and hardy materials a softer look in general.
Throw pillow, fur rugs, carpets, textile curtains can help you achieve that in a very affordable way.
If there is one thing we are crazy about is the easy-going vibes that are transferred into the interiors with the tropical set-up.
Tropical beach houses have one thing in common and that is their effortless bedrooms with white curtains and flowy linens that are a breath of fresh air in themselves.
Incorporating easy-going fabrics with neutral shades like white, blue, green, shell white and natural browns can play a major role in setting the vibes for these tropical-inspired interiors.
Airy bedrooms with rustic-inspired walls that hang from the ceiling give the place a natural and softer appeal. Playing with the space and keeping it light is the hook you want to nail.
The layout plan for your house is equally important for the tropical interiors to truly reflect. How should you reflect the tropical interiors in your floor plan? Well, the answer is easy, design the space in a way that would be minimalistic, allows for ventilation and movement and add corners around the house that give you the experience of a beach. To nail this look, you would want to keep the rooms intentionally empty in a wabi-sabi way and curate corners that allow the wonderful sunlight, air, rain and natural elements to be reflected in the house. Large windows, porch, herb garden, house plant station, sophisticated window and panel inlays without making these spaces that let in the outside environment into the house too complicated.
BLEND WITH TEXTURES
Along with the colour scheme we talked about, we decided on blending the neutral setting with a blend of texture and designs that are tropically inspired. Sea shell outline of the entryway, fabrics that are light and dainty with heavy textured rugs and carpets, magnum opus with black or golden accents around the borders, mirrors around the place to reflect light, textured and heavy curtains in the living room and cotton and linen ones near the windows are the right ways to do this.
This is the part where you can add in your imagination and make bunk beds and circular dining tables with lots of textures and colour going around the place to make your interiors tropical the right way.
JUNGLE INSPIRED THEME
Green plants and trees in and around the house are a must when it comes to imitating a nature-inspired aesthetic in the house. If in any way you are unable to incorporate that in your busy lifestyles, go for the fake ones!
You can incorporate leafy backdrops of wallpapers, jungle-themed motifs, tropical-themed upholstery in your place to make the interiors shine.
The furniture and softer interiors are the ones where you can reflect the tropics of your dreams, whether it be an evergreen forest on your sofa cover or a lovely hue of blue and white linen upholstery in your interiors.
A nice floral background goes a long way in the tropical aesthetics. They can be wallpapers around the halls or a simple floral accent wall with splashes of colour.
The simple thing about interior curation is that you don't have to break your walls to change the aesthetics of the place, you can do that by putting in a textured inlay of colours and fabric choices that you want.
A fully floral clothed wall gives a luxurious and continuous feel around the place. You can incorporate floral curtains that are a pop of colour to the place, a nice floral panelling around the house, floral themes tiles in the house for the forgiving and cool touch that could help places with higher temperatures.