Okay, given the recent snow, we’re dreaming of the beach. Let’s fast forward or travel in our minds there today in our review of tropical paint design choices for your home. Living in Colorado, when you want to paint your home, you want to find the best painters near you and you want to create a space that’s a total makeover.
When thinking about designing and painting the interior of your home, it’s a great idea to bring in colors and pieces that you love. Adding touches from your favorite travels is a lovely way to decorate your home base. How can you do it in a classic, modern or unique way? Here are our favorite tropical interior paint design ideas.
Tropical Inspired Accent Doors
You’ve heard of accent walls, but what about accent trim or doors? These are amazing. While the blue would probably be a bit much for an entire accent wall even, as the trim of these glass doors, it adds a spirit of the sea and a cool ocean blue to offset the white painted exterior. Using tropical interior and exterior paint colors in small, unexpected places can add a spirit of the tropics to your home in Denver, Colorado (Yes. Yes, you can bring the beach to the mountains!)
Create a Blank Space and an Indoor Jungle
If you’ve been wanting to brighten up a space, going white is always a good choice. White interior paint makes spaces look bigger. It also makes them look brighter! The only downfall? Well, depending on the decor, white interior paint can also be a bit, well, blank! Yet, that’s exactly what you need to create your very own indoor garden like this fabulous one. Need ideas for your unique space? Click here for a curated list of indoor tropical garden ideas on Pinterest.
Bring the Outside In
Do I spot firewood and a surfboard in this picture? Yes. The beaches of Colorado lie in your decor and interior paint work. Okay, we joke, but there really is a way to bring the beach vibes into your home and here is yet another awesome design concept using tropical tones. Using the outdoor lights indoors and the mix of the desert-esque skull with palm tree plant and tropical design pillows is an awesome way that this dining area became the perfect mix of color and space, yet remains earthy and Western in it’s details. Bravo!
Be Bold: Get Tropical With Paint
These paint colors can be soothing and bright at the same time. They are bold, yet subdued as compared with primary colors. And, in contrast to pastels, they offer a decidedly strong look, with a soft touch. How does that work? Not sure, but the beach is both beautiful and strong too. Even a bit dangerous. So, this year, be bold and consider tropical colors in your spring home makeover. Hint: Contact us to schedule your quote today.