As lockdown leaves international travel tantalizingly unattainable, we look to distant shores and exotic influences to inspire us to create tropical interiors here at home. It encourages us to bring into our interiors a bit of sunshine and create a fresh, spiritually uplifting and above all fun equatorial scheme.
Going tropical doesn’t necessarily mean that you will have to decorate all your walls in strong vivid colours or need to change every piece of furniture to match the theme. It is an eclectic style that allows you to incorporate different looks. If you have a traditional room, you can liven it up with a feature wall and accents of exotic indoor plants or if you have dark wooden furniture why not give it an uplift with neutrals and hues of green and blue? By using dark green tropical wallpaper you can create a space that feels warm and intimate, so it is perfect for turning a bedroom into a relaxing retreat. This look is also brilliant for bathrooms as it adds a spice of colour and whether you want to create a Bali spa or simply design an exciting cloakroom no matter how big or small your room is the tropical style suits all.