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Tropical Master Bedroom is Open, Airy
The centerpiece of this master bedroom is a French West Indies-inspired four-poster bed with dark wood and gold hardware. Board-and-batten walls and a color palette of white, green and turquoise bring a tropical style to the space. The bedroom opens out to a balcony with beautiful Florida views.
Multicolored Tropical Master Bedroom With Pink Pillow
This wonderful bedroom charges headlong into color and pattern. One wallpapered accent wall sets the vibrant tone that is carried into the room via a peacock-blue headboard (in velvet, no less!), splashes of bright pink and a leafy, green tree.
A Gorgeous Contemporary Tropical Bedroom With Rope Twist Bed Posts, Neutral Plant Wallpaper and Palm Leaf Accent Pillows
A white bedspread is decorated with palm leaf accent throw pillows and twisted rope bed posts. Matching modern bed side tables display textured, plant-like lamp stands. Neutral wallpaper featuring a light plant design adds a subtle accent perfect for the room's theme.
Classic Tropical Master Bedroom With Bamboo Armchair
A bamboo bench and armchair bring texture and tropical flair to this classic white master bedroom. Palm tree lamp bases also nod to the tropical theme without being kitschy. Bamboo Roman shades with a navy border combine both the tropical and classic styles of the bedroom.
Tropical Master Bedroom With Incline Ceiling and Exposed Beams
Made with comfort and lightness in mind, this master bedroom has a combination of styles. The large seascape painting gives the illusion of a window to the sea, while the old wood beams give the room a ranch look and feel. A gray and yellow patterned comforter adds a small touch of color while keeping with the calm, neutral theme.
A vaulted ceiling makes this spacious master bedroom feel even larger. Soothing blues in the bedding and on the ceiling help create a serene sleeping space. Sculptural nightstand lamps give added interest to this simple space.
Lively Guest Room With Tropical-Theme and Patterned Wallpaper
This fresh guest bedroom boasts a pair of twin beds positioned in front of an accent wall covered in red and gold patterned wallpaper. A small desk and breakfast table sit atop natural wide plank hardwood floors, while the exposed beam ceiling is painted white.
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.