What are your thoughts on tropical wallpaper? It certainly makes an impact and today I am going to show you how you can use it great effect in your interior design.
I am a recent convert to wallpaper so you might think my heart would be won by subtler patterned papers, wouldn’t you? But no, I can tell you I am enthralled by tropical wallpaper. I am all in where wallpaper goes these days, and the tropics are making me happy!
I do have strong minimalist tendencies, as regular readers will know, and tropical wallpaper would not immediately align style wise with minimalism, would it? Maybe I am a secret maximalist, maybe I desperately yearn for a tropical holiday after a miserable year in lock down? Who knows?
What I do know is this beautiful wallpaper range floats my boat and I have been having a think about how and where I could use it around my home.
I have been looking at the tropical wallpaper range at I Love Wallpaper and oh wow they have some great options.
Lets’ take a little tour and see which of their wallpapers would work in each of the rooms of my home.
Tropical Wallpaper in the Bathroom
are traditionally a bit dull, aren’t they? Well, mine is for sure. It is white and spotlessly clean. That is about all I have to say for it. It has a couple of plants and one small pale blue picture of some mountains. Yawn. It is only a small room so I thought this sparse effect would make it seem bigger but actually all it has done is make it seem dull.
It is crying out for some wallpaper like this!
How fantastic does this Palma Tropical Wallpaper look – it certainly would liven up my boring bathroom!
Tropical wallpaper in the bedroom
We have just invested in a lovely soft grey armchair in our bedroom and a pink throw to compliment it. The walls have been pale blue for about 10 years now and totally in need of updating and modernising. The bedroom is not a room I would want to inject colour – I like it very plain in regard to colour but pattern it does need!
The mono banana leaf wallpaper is surprising and stylish but without being too much for a room that is all about feeling zen.
What do you think?
I would definitely keep it to one wall but yes! what a style statement that wall would make.
The mumbai tropical tree wallpaper in blush pink is so pretty and luxe. It would look so beautiful in our lounge with pale grey or blush sofas.
Doesn’t it give off a relaxing and romantic vibe?
Dramatic Palm Leaf Wall paper
If I wanted a more dramatic living room though I would plump for the midnight tropics mural in navy. This is my husband’s favourite and it really does pack a style punch! Murals are a great option for living rooms.
Tropical wallpaper for a Conservatory
If ever a room was suited to tropical wallpaper, it must be a garden room or conservatory, don’t you think?
This palmetto wallpaper would work beautifully in our conservatory set off buy lots of lush green plants and our rattan sofas.
Palm Leaf wallpaper for the kitchen/dining area
My kitchen could do with an injection of fun too – it is currently a very practical room with no style at all. I am LOVING this tropicana floral leaf wallpaper and it just rocks a kitchen, don’t you think!
Final thoughts on tropical wallpaper
So, there you have it, tropical wallpaper for every room in my home.
I have to say doing every room in may be a bit much though! But the odd splash here and there would create an interesting, beautiful, and rich look in a home, and I am sold on this exotic idea of bringing the tropics to my Midlands abode.
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