Tropical luxe homewares have been on my radar of late. There’s something about the tropics mixed with a bit of bling that just get’s my heart racing.
Traditionally, a tropical theme was very green and yellow, with textures like wicker and hessian and rattan showcased en masse. It was pretty seaside and beachy; the kinda vibe that’d be right at home on the Gold Coast (more on that classic tropical style here).
But the tropical luxe look I wanna show you today ditches all of those rougher materials and turns up the sense of luxury. It’s sophisticated, chic and even a little flamboyant.
The starting point for this look came from the image above, via West Elm. I saw that tropical luxe dinner setting and thought, Imagine an entire room that looked like that!” And here we are!
Check out the shoppable mood board below and let me know what you think of this scheme in the comments.
The Tropical Luxe Homewares Edit
Tropical Luxe Mood Board
All of the links you need to shop the mood board are below and I’ve underlined them for you so you can easily click and spend!
- Black Cockatoo Print, $359.25 from OZ Design
- Pineapple Beach Towel, $38.99 from Society 6
- Areca Palm Potted Plant, $79.99 from Adairs
- Dahlia Sofa in Leather, $2099 from Freedom
- Dapper Animal Plate, $14 from West Elm
- Alfredo Vase, $260 from Georg Jensen
- Brass Flamingo, $49 from West Elm
- Brass and Concrete Table Lamp, $59.99 from Adairs
- Gold Tapware, 523.50 from The Block Shop
- Gold Deco Mug, $13.49 from The Block Shop
- Black and White Leaf Cushion, $41.30 from Zazzle
- Marcel Glass Coffee Table, $405 from Interior Secrets
- Slipper Velvet Lounge Chair, $549 from Zanui
Below I’ll give you some tips on how to get this look right at home!
Tips for pulling off the Tropical Luxe Look
it’s time to make this look your own at home, so here are some tips from me to you to make it work:
- The base palette is black, white and charcoal grey. White is the lesser element though
- On top of that, let green be your accent colour but keep it dark emerald
- To keep the look high-end, embrace materials like velvet, coloured glass and leather
- Gold is used a lot here, so don’t be afraid to use it in a larger scale like in a coffee table
- Tropical patterns are still used, but keep them more black-and-white than bright
- Indoor plants are essential to give it a classic tropical feel. Try artificial ones like these
Wanna Join our Gang?
Are you into tropical luxe homewares? I’d love to know if you’ve bought any decor that’d fit this scheme and where you got it from. You might wanna jump into my private Facebook group and share your love of all things design with other readers (join here) or drop me a comment below.