Summer is on the way and we’re embracing the warmer weather from the outside in. In interior design, we see a beautiful shift towards warmer hues, happier, brighter and lighter spaces, and a tropical influence to bring the heat indoors.
Here we share some great tips to embrace the trend and create a tropical design style in your home, with expert advice and styling from Jenny Robert Exclusive Decor.
When you think of a tropical destination, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? For us, we’re ready to sit back and relax and take on the peace and tranquility that a tropical summer holiday has to offer.
Make this a lifestyle in your own home and embrace a sense of calm in your interior. Choose comfortable furniture and recreate that blissful holiday vibe with a few tropical prints and soft furnishings that hint at summer and the tropics. We love bold prints and greenery in abundance. Nothing like a dose of nature to inspire a restful retreat indoors.
A mix of textures and materials will help to set your space apart and enhance the tropical ambience. Rattan, wood, organic fibres and textiles… add these to bring the aesthetic to your home. A certain way to inspire a tropical retreat indoors.
Blue azure skies and waters, bright green palm leaves, pops of cerise and burnt orange flora… these are the colours of a tropical summer adventure. Add a splash of colour to your summer abode and you’ll sure to create a winning tropical design scheme.
From lush and leafy to spunky and spikey, and plenty in between, plants are a great way to add colour and texture to your space. Jenny Robert offers a range of artificial plants and greenery that are perfect for indoor planter boxes, creating indoor gardens or for adding green accents to any décor project. These plants can be bought loose or planted into any number of their stylish containers.
The holiday season brings with it entertaining and celebrations so it’s the perfect time to give your home some added glamour. “We’re not talking Christmas decorations here, just clever, easy ways to add a subtle luxe look to suit the season,” says Jenny Robert of Jenny Robert Exclusive Décor.