4 reasons we're loving the tropical trend

Posted: 15th May 2019

We're pretty much in love with the tropical trend at the minute

The recent return of the sun, coupled with the warmer temperatures, have left us dreaming of those lazy summer days, spent relaxing in the garden.

If you're wondering what you can do to get your home prepared for the sunny months, the tropical trend could be ideal. To help you get your interiors ready for the arrival of the warmer weather, we're sharing the 4 reasons why it's the only style you need to consider this time of year...

1. It's so cheerful!

It's virtually impossible to look at those bright, vibrant pieces and not instantly feel about 1000 per cent happier. In fact, you can almost feel like you've been transported to some far off holiday destination...

Tropical Circular Floor Cushion (59cm x 59cm) / Toucan Print Outdoor Cushion (43cm x 43cm) at Matalan

2. It mixes nicely with the botanical trend

Bringing house plants into your home has become increasingly popular over the past year, with the many benefits of having some greenery becoming increasingly apparent - plus they look amazing, let's be honest. If you're looking to turn your home into a green haven this summer, you can perfectly compliment your pieces with some tropical-themed pieces. The end result? A vibrantly cheerful green oasis.

MW by Matthew Williamson at Debenhams

3. Garden refurb

Are you looking to transform your outdoor area? Well, look no further than the tropical trend. Adding a selection of accessories can instantly inject some cheerful vibes into your garden, and ensure your area is decked out for the summer months ahead. You'll also have the perfect area for entertaining - win-win!

Sainsbury's Home, Miami Beach

4. It can revitalise your room

If you're looking to refresh your home, the tropical trend is definitely a style to consider. Welcoming in just a couple of standout pieces can make sure your room gets an injection of personality, vibrancy and style. What more could you want?

Cream Geo Tufted Stool, £50 at River Island / Cinnabar Terracotta Camel Cushion, £14.00 at Dunelm

Lead image left: Argos Stockholm Spring Outdoors; Primark Tropical homeware