5 Items to Give Your Home a Tropical Look

Heat things up with decor inspired by days lounging on the lanai with a rum drink and a banana-leaf fan.

Pineapple shot-glass set by W&P Design

Photograph by Jared Sych

It’s not a tropical shindig until someone breaks out the pineapple shot-glass set by W&P Design. Bottoms up! $50 from The Uncommons.

1325A 9 Ave. S.E., 587-353-9337, theuncommons.ca

 

Monkey Lamp by Seletti

Photograph by Jared Sych

Haven’t you always wanted a monkey? You don’t need a million dollars to get the Monkey Lamp by Seletti, which adds a bit of mischievous panache to your decor. Available in black or white, $391 to $633 (depending on position) from Dade Loft.

104, 1212 13 St. S.E., 403-454-0243, dadeartanddesignlab.com

 

Light Leaves Boob Pot by Group Partner

Photograph by Jared Sych

In the words of #jungalow enthusiasts, the more plants the better. The tropical Light Leaves boob pot by Group Partner is a fun addition to a cabana-style living room. $86 from Fieldstudy.

102, 1812 4 St. S.W., 587-356-2134, fieldstudyshop.com

 

Maxime Club Chair by Jonathan Adler

Photograph courtesy of Jonathan Adler

Create an inviting atmosphere reminiscent of mid-century cocktail lounges with the Jonathan Adler Maxime Club Chair upholstered in gorgeous trend-forward velvet. $3,750 from Robert Sweep.

808 16 Ave. S.W., 403-262-8525, robertsweep.com 

 

Tropical Kokedama

Photograph by Jared Sych

Embrace the tropics with some leafy greens in the form of a tropical kokedama plant. Ranging from spider plants and African violets to citrus trees and money trees, they can transform you space into a lush oasis. $35 to $228 (depending on size) from Atelier Secret Kokedama.

102, 709 11 Ave. S.W., 403-999-8618, kokedama.ca

 

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