I don’t know where you live but here in Seattle, we are still waiting for summer to arrive. Temps in the 60’s is NOT my idea of summer. So, if like me, you are craving some tropical cheer in your bedroom, something to break the doom and gloom and add sunshine and cheer, then its time for our Tropical Garden print.
With its tropical palette of deep red hibiscus blossoms, multi colored star gazer lilies and lush green verdant vines on a honey gold ground … a Tropical Garden duvet will inject a breath of summer blossoms and the sun baked earth into your room. Another bonus? It reverses to a beautifully coordinating print!!!
Tan, honey gold, red, green….take your pick for sheets because your choices are endless. While the tangerine and honey sheets will deepen the warm earthy vibe of Tropical Garden while keeping things neutral, the red and green sheets will amp up the sultry tropical feeling. It really all depends on what mood or feeling you are trying to create. Serene and calming, or exciting and cheerful!
Pillows: Euro shams, pillow shams and accent pillows:
The same red blossoms and star gazer lilies make an appearance again in the euro sham within the same collection. I can think of no better color to go with than this, than the striking red euro sham from Koko Company.
All of the sheeting sets above come with pillow shams, but I do like to shake things up a bit. Tropical Garden pillow shams will coordinate beautifully with any of the sheets sourced above. In addition, these Layla Grayce pillow shams in dusty ivory with so much texture and depth will accentuate the organic natural appeal.
My favorite part – accent pillows. Pile them, layer them and toss them around on the bed. In colors ranging from deep red to orange to earthy green, and in textures varying from chenille to linen to cotton, they will add style and vibrancy.
A closer look at Tropical Garden
Here is an up close look at the swatch. Doesn’t it have a touch of the tropics in its print?
Maybe this print can coax the sun into finally making an appearance here in the Pacific Northwest?