10 Tropical interior decorating ideas

Tradition and Tropics

A Traditional styles dining room made very exciting by the bold use of Tropical colors. Electric blue in the chairs, vases and lamps contrast nicely with the orange painted walls in Benjamin Moore Calypso Orange. The the hardwood floors and colorful abstract paintings.

Red and Blue Bahamas Home by Branca

Decorator Alessandra Branca blends vernacular elements, chinoiserie details, and strategic splashes of vibrant color at her impeccably chic Bahamas getaway. Magazine: Architectural Digest via Interior Designer: Alessandra Branca (https://www.branca.com) Photo: William Waldron

Beach Bathroom in White

Subtle and refreshing beach house bathroom in white with amazing sea shell clad chandelier. Interior Designer: Alessandra Branca via Lonny Photo: Douglas Friedman Location: Harbour Island Bahamas - Full house tour

Castaway – Tropical Chic

Tropical chic style by designer Alessandra Branca for her home in the Bahamas. Worn white painted wooden panels adorn the walls and ceilings, tropical plants and chandeliers and accessories made of sea shells and coral provide a distinctive tropical/beachy vibe to this beach house. Saturated

Tropical Home by Meg Braff

Tropical home interior with lovely use of blue created by interior designer Meg Braff and featured in Coastal Living. Interior Designer: (www.megbraff.com)

Jungle Foyer

The jungle themed picture with bamboo and tigers reflected in the mirror serves as inspiration for this stunning foyer with dark mustard walls, white wainscoting and green accents in the lamps and accessories. Interior Designer: Olga Adler (olgaadlerinteriors.com) in Westport, Connecticut.

Bold Green and Pink Living and Bedroom

Bold use of strong tropical pink and green by designer Anne Hepfer in this bedroom and living space. Extremely eye grabbing, the green and pink are broken up with great use of white to tone the ambiance down in this hot Miami space! Interior

Sea of Tranquility Master Bedroom

Magazine: Elle Decor, April 2014 Text: Nancy Hass Photography: Eric Piasecki (ericpiasecki.com) Producer: Anita Sarsidi Designer: Juan Montoya (www.juanmontoyadesign.com) Master bedroom dressed in hand-embrodiered Mexican textiles, the teak bench is from Andrianna Shamaris. Juan Montoya designed the ebony and bamboo doors. A photograph by

Sea of Tranquility

Magazine: Elle Decor, April 2014 Text: Nancy Hass Photography: Eric Piasecki (ericpiasecki.com) Producer: Anita Sarsidi Designer: Juan Montoya (www.juanmontoyadesign.com) "Sea of Tranquility: In the Dominican Republic, Juan Montoya conjures the ultimate tropical family retreat, where rooms are open to the sky and the Caribbean