TRANSFORM YOUR HOME INTO A TROPICAL OASIS!
Fall is finally here, however, it’s still feels like summer here in Nashville. With lower temperatures on their way, who doesn’t dream of trading snow for sand (at least in the dead of winter, right?!)? Regardless of the temperature outside, we’ve got some tips and tricks for you to turn the inside of your home Into the Tropics in anticipation of chilly temperatures heading our way.
SO WHAT EXACTLY IS A TROPICAL THEME?
Tropical themes are inspired by natural beauty, bringing nature indoors with organic colors, textures and forms. Tropical style decor can help inspire a casual, relaxing atmosphere with a resort-style feel.
Here are some of our top faves, we think you’ll enjoy them too!
Ananas Comosus Plant Canvas REMOVABLE WALLPAPER
What we love most about our Ananas Comosus Plant Canvas Removable Wallpaper is that it looks good in any room in your home, from the Master Bedroom to the Guest Room, even in your bathroom! The beautiful shades of Blue really make this tropical print stand out!
LAEACCO FLOWERS REMOVABLE WALLPAPER
Our Laeacco Flowers Removable Wallpaper with shades of pink, blue and purple are sure to keep the tropical vibes going throughout the year!
SEASCAPE REMOVABLE WALLPAPER
We’re loving this cozy corner from Kevin Francis O’Gara. He built out the color palette from the colors in the Seascape removeable wallpaper with layers of blue, green, and blush pink, and added extra functionality to the space with a convertible sofa (the back folds down to form a sleeper) and bench as an ottoman for extra seating when it was needed! Great job, Kevin! We love the tropical vibes this paper brings!
SEASIDE REMOVABLE WALLPAPER
It’s amazing what a wallpaper like this can do to your mood! Check out this gorgeous entry way that dana.hincapie created below:
@heytherehaleigh transformed her space with our Fruit Removable Wallpaper. This paper goes a long way when it comes to transforming a space!🍍 You will not be able to walk past this room without being happy!
Inspired by the Art Deco scene of Miami and lush, oversized tropicals. Spencer Barnes says, “It’s an immediate wake-up of energy each breakfast – or anytime really – so you can imagine why it’s become a favorite room in our new home.”