While green and blue are traditionally the two colors that work best in tropical bedrooms vibrant shades of orange and pink also blend in beautifully with this rich decorating style.
This has resulted in a phenomenal increase in home renovation projects that pay homage to their simpler past adaptive reuse of structures and materials in the most brilliant fashion and a partial revival of styles such as industrial rustic and farmhouse. It is this movement towards the simple that has led to many designers using the classic in modern bedrooms.
With tropical style you can turn to natural materials such wood and bamboo to create a unique space that reminds your little ones of their recent vacation to that exotic tropical getaway.
Think of pieces such as smart nightstands which make a really big impact on the overall ambiance of the bedroom while fitting into the Nordic style perfectly. Also consider picking a bed frame that is sleeker and made using natural wood.
Many people picture hempy colors and bland textures when they think of organic cotton but Pottery Barn’s selection of organic bedding in designer patterns is proof that this couldn’t be further from the truth! In fact we gravitated towards their breezy palm and nautical navy rope designs before we even noticed that they were made of Oeko-Tex® certified organic cotton.
Styles such as coastal nautical and tropical are pretty close to one another and each one of them easily borrows from the other. Blue is a great color for all three of those themes and wall murals and decals inspired by ‘island life’ can further take the bedroom down the coastal route.
Have you heard about lamb “down” pillows and comforters as an alternative to fowl feathers which are often harvested in a way that is harmful to ducks and geese? Holy Lamb Organics produces its eco-wool comforters pillows and other bedding in the USA using exclusively organic cotton fabric and domestic wool local to the Pacific Northwest without the use of dyes chemicals or synthetic fillers.
Need some inspiration for a shared kids’ bedroom? The lovely tropical-style rooms below not only provide ample inspiration but also seem to stylishly bring together aesthetics and ergonomics.