A little color and pattern goes a long with in this bright yellow living room where tropical decor keeps the design unified and relaxed. Floral throw pillows and tropical houseplants add pops of red, while a mix of wood furniture grounds the space with darker hues.
Here's a tropically inspired living area where plants bring the outside indoors and lighten and liven up the dark woods and neutral tones in the space. Multiple materials -- heavy stone, marble, wallpaper and wood -- team up to create a nuanced room. Plantation shades allow rooms to be separate or together.
Botanical curtains set a tropical tone in the living room. The large armchairs are a tropical tie-in with their wooden, Colonial-inspired arms, while the modern gold coffee table is a fresh and lively accent in the space.
This elegant living room brings the outside in with floor-to-ceiling windows that offer gorgeous Pacific Ocean views. The graphic rug and modern furniture put a contemporary spin on the tropical floral patterns.
A palette of soft neutrals creates a serene living room filled with tropical accents. Floor-to-ceiling drapes line the perimeter of the room, while the seating area is outfitted with relaxed armchairs and a white chaise. Botanical screens fold back to reveal a concealed TV between the matching bookshelves.
Furniture in creams and white add to the light-as-air feel of this large living room. The space connects to its Caribbean surroundings with tropical details like the ocean friends on the pillows and natural fiber rugs.
Jillian's design for this space blends tropical and rustic. The wood floors and the soft, neutral colors give a rustic feel to the space, while the palm trees and floral accented pillows make the space feel as if it were transported from the islands.
This island styled home brings the outdoors in. The windows and glass doors are Low-e, an energy efficient because it reflects long-wave infrared energy, limiting solar heat that enters the home. This living space is mostly a neutral color palette, but has dashes of orange and green that further brightens up the space.
A pair of Louis XVI club chairs flank a striped daybed adorned with textured throw pillows. The woven area rug, bamboo Roman shades and palm fronds lend a tropical feel to the more traditional furniture.
A pair of butterfly botanical prints hang above a neutral sectional in this cozy, tropical sitting area. The wicker coffee table and graphic throw pillows fit the tropical theme but offer an updated, polished look.
Leanne Ford is a master at layering textures. In this living room, big and little houseplants in a mix of pots and baskets make one wall feel lush with green. The simple, sculptural chandelier is a streamlined touch overhead, as seen on HGTV's Restored by the Fords.
Despite its cool tropical vibe, this living room centers around a toasty fireplace with dramatic paneling. Overstuffed furniture, lemon and lime-colored accents and a woven rug keeps the look tropical and relaxed.