Nostalgic for your stay in the tropics? Would you like to return to a magnificent setting, punctuated by long strips of sand, turquoise waters and lush nature? Why not bring this beautiful, exotic panorama into your home and give yourself the privilege of travelling, while staying at home? If you don’t know how to do it, we’ve got some tips for you.
Use patterns typical of tropical destinations
It doesn’t take much to make your home look exotic. You simply need to know how to combine small details in moderate amounts. You can find the tropical atmosphere you love so much by integrating motifs from Bora-Bora, Brazil or Mauritius into your home. Blue and green are rightly considered exotic. If you have to repaint your home, you can choose one of these colours. To avoid monotony, you can combine them with other colours. To bring out the exotic in your home, include dwarf palm trees, mini-baobabs and bonsai trees. If you don’t have a green thumb, you can decorate with cacti, which are very easy to care for. Otherwise, on your cushions, plaids and ear covers, opt for exotic prints to complete the look.
Dare to use exotic wallpapers
Tropical wallpaper is a sure bet for finding yourself on the fabulous islands of the Caribbean and the beautiful Costa Rican coastline, without having to move from your sofa or bed. Available in a variety of designs, this wallcovering guarantees a simply sensational makeover for your home. Whether it’s printed with images of African wildlife or the beautiful beaches of Indonesia, your home will certainly not be the same once the decoration is complete. On the market, you can find trompe l’oeil wallpapers that give you the real impression of being in an exotic land.
Proudly display items brought back from your holiday
Give yourself the opportunity to relive all your escapades in exotic destinations at any time by displaying all the objects and accessories you have brought back home. As they say, every country has its own culture and art, and you’ve probably brought back some nice souvenirs. So, display on one of your shelves traditional masks brought back from Africa, beautiful porcelain from Asia or wooden objects from the islands of Oceania.