TROPICAL FURNITURE WITH TRADITIONAL THEMES

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TROPICAL FURNITURE WITH TRADITIONAL THEMES

The construction of tropical style furniture with traditional themes, interspersed with some new features. Tropical decor for your home does not create a colorful jungle look that could be used in the nursery. On the contrary, it is more about creating a minimalist look, with shades of green, because it is a mixture of intricate designs and highly textured with some great accessories with simple details.

Home decor tropical motifs and colors


Some causes are common tropical home decor, rattan furniture, clothing, grass, leather, palm prints of animals, monkeys, tropical fish, shells and large banana leaves.

With regard to the colors are tropical atmosphere is achieved by means of neutrals. For example, look at the base of a tropical theme is light yellow, like Mellow Gold, dark brown, beige, camel skin tones, beige and ivory. Overlooking the greens are mild ranging from olive green to dark green jade bottle with the blue-green to yellowish green. The accents are created with dark red, black, brown and mahogany.

This type of tropical decorating themes can not be used in a room for the family and life, but also looks great in the bathroom and even in the Master Suite.


Tropical Home Decor Furniture

One of the basic elements of a room decorated with a tropical theme decor cushions, comfortable furniture. Horizontally oriented long lines emphasize a casual atmosphere, contributing to a relaxed atmosphere. While large are obtained using the highest element that displays, art or plants. Even wood furniture is great in the tropical look fine, but when combined with dark tables and lights.

Decorative pieces in wicker, wrought iron, wicker and bamboo is a must. In fact, dark wood and wicker furniture is the perfect combination for a tropical decor. Wicker creates a very natural look, because it is made of a tropical tree that grows in the jungles of southern India and Sri Lanka. Can be used as decorative pieces next to the tables, computer cases and tropical style. It is tough and flexible, with knotty joints involved.

Wicker also part of the tropical interior. Wicker was created by the fabric of parts of the vines or herbs. Bamboo, which is a type of grass that grows in dense tropical forests, are also used for making furniture. These natural materials are woven or formed on the couches, chairs, tables, sofas and couches without backs, cabinets and various other parts of the accent. Not only beautiful, but also light, durable, easy to maintain, and is also environmentally friendly.

Accent furniture in wicker, rattan and bamboo furniture can be combined with tropical timber such as mahogany, teak and ebony. KOA and exotic woods like rosewood furniture are also very beautiful, tropical style. Furniture of this type of wood are tropical tones with more reasonable date, leaving palm trees, tropical flowers, trees and pineapples carved on them.

The tissues of the color layer should be neutral or chenilles other natural fabrics like khadi, a coarse cotton ball home made in India, or silk, even raw, especially the most important furniture. When upholstered chairs and ottomans can have with drawings and engravings in the jungle of green leaves.

Tropical Decor Accessories

Since you are going to use the big green leaf prints and animal prints fairly complete, it is best not to overdo the accessories and furnitures, with a tropical decor to your home. But here are some accessories that can be used:

Ships * The Wicker Man, made with tropical flowers
* The tapestries on the walls with palm leaves, flowers and palm trees
* The tropical style lamps table
* Palm Tropical Plants (artificial or real), or other
* The Indian Arts and Crafts
* The shell and shell
* Drawings or paintings of tropical trees, animals and landscapes
* The screens decorative wooden or bamboo
* The pads with palm leaves or floral
* The tropical shower curtains for the bathroom
* The jute rugs

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