Ways To Make Your Home Feel More Tropical

Alexandria, VA - Ways To Make Your Home Feel More Tropical

Alexandria, Va – A more tropical home is a fun fantasy for many people. Sometimes all you need to melt away stress and welcome happiness is a brief gaze at an oceanside view surrounded by palm trees. Here in Virginia, that isn’t something most people get to do every day—but good news! You can make this a reality by exploring these ways to make your home feel more tropical.

Add Tropical Plants Throughout the House

Filling your home with plants is a great way to make the air cleaner in your home. Plants also make rooms feel and look fresher. Opt for some tropical plants to help incorporate the oceanic feel. You can put a larger palm tree in the living room and fill your bathrooms with aloe vera and banana leaf plants. The addition of plants is always a good choice. Plants are also known to boost people’s moods, so that’s a fun added bonus!

Paint the Walls Ocean-Inspired Colors

Repaint your walls for the ultimate commitment to sea-inspired colors. Start by deciding on a color palette. Painting all the rooms the same static color can get boring or dry. Try picking one main neutral, such as a sandy tan. Then, choose an oceanic color, such as seafoam green or a deep blue, as the pop. Next, pick a different shade of this color, such as aqua, for accents. Once you’ve established your main colors, consider adding a bold statement color such as coral. This gives you a wide range of options for every room.

Transform the Bathrooms into Seaside Oases

Bathrooms are great spots for your seaside oasis hubs. They’re centered around water—just like tropical beaches. Consider installing some on-theme fish scale tile in your shower and as a backsplash. Then, you can invest in a shower curtain that depicts a tropical sunrise or sunset. Scattering shell-themed objects throughout the space is another great way to make your home feel more tropical.

There are so many ways to make your home feel more tropical. Discover what living in a tropical oasis can do for your mood.

Mary Wadland

Mary Wadland is the Publisher and Editor in Chief of The Zebra Press, founded by her in 2010. Originally from Delray Beach, Florida, Mary is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Hollins College in Roanoke, VA and has lived and worked in the Alexandria publishing community since 1987.

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