The use of natural woods such as wicker, bamboo and rattan complements multiple stylings, somehow blending together to harmonize other furnishings including jungle, Cuban, Caribbean, African Savanna and Hawaiian. Often, a little Oriental touch can be added for a creative and colorful flare. The bottom line is whatever final look pleases you is what is right for you.
Blue Gold Nature in Tropical Living Room Design Ideas and Inspirations By Joseph Pubillobes
Lacquer red faux-silk drapery frames the view, while natural woven grasscloth creates a textural backdrop for an antique Chinese credenza. The seating, from the Adriana Hoyos collection, is dressed in sumptuous Nancy Rich chenille and features unique ribbed construction that echoes the spiral design of the rattan coffee table. The spectacular Fanimation ceiling fan has woven blades and an Asian-inspired bird motif. Photo by Giordano. Design tip: Unique pieces can serve unique purposes. The doors of the Chinese credenza feature open grill work, perfect for concealing A/V equipment while permitting remote controls to work even with doors closed. In the foreground, an antique Tibetan rain drum is repurposed as a side table with the simple addition of a glass top.
Loft Nature in Tropical Living Room Design Ideas and Inspirations By Lori Dennis
Lots of color, pattern and texture mixed together maximize the drama of this loft space. Adding a few living things to the environment is not only feng shui, but helps clean the air with fresh oxygen.
Grasscloth Nature in Tropical Living Room Design Ideas and Inspirations By Joe Marshall
The majestic living room of this oceanfront penthouse is reminiscent of the grand hotels of the turn of the century. A combination of lighting, drapery and palm trees were used to scale down the double-height space. The color scheme of soft golds, beiges, blues and greens was inspired by the beach.
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