Fun Preppy Banana Leaf Dorothy Draper Print as a Headboard
A summer day in Palm Beach is brought into a bedroom with the banana leaf-inspired print, Brazilliance, by Dorothy Draper and bamboo-patterned canopy drapes. The room designed by Parker Kennedy was in a Southeastern Designer Showhouse.
This bedroom has a standout accent wall with a green leafy print wallpaper that gives this room pattern and texture. White this room has a powerful accent wall, it is toned down by the surrounding neutral walls, white end tables and bedding.
The dropped ceiling over the bed area create a cozy enivornment of clean white linens and contemporary white furnishings. Over the seating area, the ceiling soars and features exposed wood beams. Woven barrel chairs pair with a plush sofa to create a sitting and TV watching space.
Off the pool area in this Florida home is a relaxing guest suite. The opium bed features blackout curtains that provide ultimate privacy. Warm oranges contrasts against the cool blues and greens to create an inviting tropical design.
Asian Bedroom With Green Headboard and Patterned Wallpaper Accent Wall
A plant-patterned wallpaper accent wall works as a backdrop for the cushioned, dark green headboard with matching throw pillows in this tropical bedroom. The gold tea set, leaf-patterned lamp, and small wall art contribute to the serene design of the room.
Tropical Green and Neutral Bedroom With Deck Access
This island-themed bedroom leans on a neutral palette paired with vibrant green accents to create a lively room design. An exposed beam vaulted ceiling and cherry hardwood floors add an exotic touch, while floral throw pillows keep the decor fun. Sliding glass doors provide access to the deck with a waterfront view.
The type of moving glass wall you choose depends in part on the effect you want to achieve when open and closed — an especially important decision if you want to maximize great views. “In the closed position, folding doors have more vertical stiles due to the panel width limitation; therefore, they impose greater view obstruction when compared to sliding doors. Sliding doors allow for larger panels, which results in fewer vertical posts and more unobstructed views,” says Ximena Rojas, Marketing Director for Panda Windows & Doors.
Tropical rooms don't always boast bold colors and palm printed furniture. Here, a subdued, beige color palate makes this beachside retreat feel and look relaxing, yet sophisticated. Grasscloth walls and a beadboard ceiling give the space subtle tropical flare.
Natural fibers, floral prints and distressed wood combine in this tropical-inspired bedroom. While the space is filled with natural light during the day, a bedside lamp with a red linen drum shade provides both light and style day and night.