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Palm leaves and pineapples are popping up everywhere. The tropical home decor trend is going strong this year. Rich greens play up the ever-growing jewel-toned color craze. Pair this with gold and white accents and be whisked away to a luxurious home away from home feeling. Banana leaves, palm fronds, and tropical fruit accents create a playful and inviting atmosphere of the tropics. This is perfect for the warm spring days and hot summer nights we’re sure to see in the coming months.
Whether you’re a Miami native or landlocked in Wyoming, with the magic of home decor, you too take a tropical vacation in your own living room this year. Before I get into the awesome examples compiled below, let’s talk about recycling. I try my best to keep the items sold on diannedecor.com affordable and trendy. But, my best budget-friendly decor tip is to recycle items from a previous season or faded trend.
Tips for Recycling Your Decor
If you’ve been riding the coastal decor wave that’s been popular for the past two summers you’re in luck. An easy transition can be made from beachy coastal vibes to tropical ones.
- Consider switching out those cute anchors for pineapple accents.
- Swap blues and pastel colors for a rich emerald green and gold.
- Oversized lanterns and driftwood accents can stay.
Below are some gorgeous examples found on Pinterest to help you along.
The color scheme above is perfect for a tropical look. Green, yellow, and orange in the decor mimic the foliage in the background and look great!
If you’re looking for a luxurious tropical feeling, this is it. The clean neutral linens create a perfect backdrop for the banana leaf pillows and black and white animal print. The gold leaf mirror above the bed completes the space perfectly.
This pineapple trio is a great choice. They create the perfect home for these succulents which are also very popular this year.
This concludes our tropical decor round up. If you have any ideas and would like to share photos below of what you’ve done in your home this year we’d love to see them.