A seven-seat wet bar is the perfect spot to entertain family and friends. If you’re feeling more hands on, skip the bartender and head straight to the wine cellar where there’s a tasting table and chairs.
Tropical Foyer With Grand Staircase and Balcony Overlook
Upon stepping into this stunning Hawaiian home, guests are created by a view of the grand staircase and second floor balcony overlook. Warm brown wooden accents are paired with neutral tones throughout the foyer, while a view of the tropical landscape provides a beautiful backdrop.
In this attic bedroom, the pairing of textured green wallpaper with a beamed ceiling and wainscoting creates an airy, tropical feel. Graphic-patterned fabric on the pillows, chair and window shades bring a modern touch to the room.
Tropical Style Bar Area with Leather Stools and Large Pendant Lights
Belly up to the bar in this tropically-inspired adult playroom. Comfortable stools are ready for long hours of conversation and cocktails; framed memories on the walls provide fodder for the former. Pendant lights with impact and rich wood floors complete the space.
Licensed contractor Josh Temple and his team transformed an under-used sunroom off of the back of this home into a beautiful space for entertaining with custom pebble flooring, slat wall treatments and a custom bar and lounge area. Tropical touches like the natural fiber dining chairs, pale wood fixtures and butcher block drink rail create a resort feel.
Backyard bars, like this one from HGTV's Going Yard, are a natural extension of the outdoor dining room trend. The extra seating and counter space are great for entertaining. The fun, tropical style of this bar makes it a desirable hangout for family and friends.
This sunroom with navy wicker furniture, blue-and-white striped cushions and sisal carpeting has a breezy, beachy feel. A coffered ceiling dresses up the look and includes a useful ceiling fan for hot summer days.
Console and Colorful Artwork Display in Tropical Living Room
An Asian-style console and table art adds a burst of brilliant color in this living room from designer Elizabeth P. Clarke. According to the designer, "Art and accessories are a very delicate step. They are going to be your most important complement in the design of any space. Having a good selection of art and accessories is almost as important as the entire project itself."