Living in an area with tropical weather does not always give you a pleasant sunbathing time. Although you can still admire the beauty of nature and hear the waves on the beach, but you can not spend your entire day outside. When the weather starts to cool and the temperature starts to drop, sunshine may be the first thing you will miss. That’s why I decided to share some sunroom ideas, and nothing is more relaxing than a tropical style. Many people forget the sunroom as part of their home. Sunrooms or also known as conservatories are the perfect place for those of you who want to enjoy relaxing time while sunbathing with natural light. However, for those who do not live in a place that offers a beautiful view of their nature or the environment, sunroom may not even exist in your list. Today I want to invite you to take a break from all activities by bringing a holiday feel to your own sunroom. Enjoy the quality time you get from the tropical sunroom!
Tropical color schemes and décor
The main thing in the tropical sun room is the choice of color schemes and decorations you wish to view. Basically the same tropical sunroom requires a lot of natural light and sunlight, so you will need large windows, a transparent roof or glass walls. If your sunroom feels dazzling, you can use tropical shades such as bamboo curtains or curtains with plant motifs. Then give a color scheme that matches the holiday mood, most tropical spaces use natural colors but you can also add all the bright colors or try a blue color scheme that depicts the beach.
There are no rules for how you should place furniture. Just make sure your sunroom is comfortable with your own favorite furniture. Starting from daybeds, benches, chairs, and tables or other furniture that makes you feel relaxed, the key is to take a tropical or natural style. Add beach-patterned upholstery and pillows to the furniture. Want to bring the holiday atmosphere home? Take curtains, carpet, cover, and tablecloths with various holiday themes and maybe some plants indoors. This is a must in a tropical sunroom, place tropical plants such as philodendron, monstera, palms, or plants that you often see on the beach.