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If you can't fly to tropical regions every four mornings, invite the exotic atmosphere to your balcony to enjoy it all year round. Here are some decorative, botanical and DIY tips to make your terrace a heavenly destination. Between green patio and exuberant jungle, there is only one step. Change of scenery guaranteed.
The furniture of a tropical balcony
In the tropics, rattan and bamboo are the great must-haves for decoration. Light and practical, these materials blend perfectly into the decor and withstand hot weather. A good inspiration therefore to create an exotic terrace worthy of a heavenly destination. The new JASSA collection at Ikea perfectly meets all the criteria for tropical decoration: side tables, lounge chairs, armchairs ... bamboo answers the call and at low prices. Another alternative: the woven resin furniture, more suited to the outdoors, which reproduces the texture of rattan while keeping a "travel" spirit. On the ground, have jute or braided rugs that will recall the craftsmanship of the islands. And to create an intimate space, hang a mosquito net over an armchair to read or sleep like on vacation. Your exotic terrace is starting to take shape…
The accessories of an exotic terrace
Your exotic terrace will see all the colors! Bet on a duo of green and white and add a few touches of pink, orange, gray and turquoise. As for accessories, tropical decoration has fun with flamingos, parrots and pineapples, which are very fashionable at the moment. Woven baskets are also popular. Take the opportunity to choose particularly colorful and preferably bright colors. Also multiply the flower pots for a real jungle atmosphere! Last touch to this tropical painting: the prints. Between banana and palm leaves, your cushions and textiles will teleport you to an island paradise. All that's missing is the temperature that goes with it.
Exotic plants for your balcony
The more there are, the better. Bet on exuberant plants of different sizes to recreate the spirit of a green oasis. Objective: to dive into a tropical jungle every time you go out on the balcony. Among exotic plants, you can mix baobabs, palm trees, succulents, hibiscus, oleander and bamboo. Without forgetting cacti, more or less large, which require very little maintenance. If they have thorns, be careful not to place them in an area of too large passage at the risk of being bitten each time. With all these tropical plants and beauties, your balcony will start to look like an exotic patio. Something to wow the neighbors.
Tropical DIY Tips
For more DIY enthusiasts, a few Do It Yourself tips can help you refine your exotic terrace: - Paint a section of the exterior wall with a bright color, such as yellow. Be careful however to ask for the agreement of the co-ownership when you change an exterior color. - Attach a wooden pallet to the wall to hang decorative elements or plants to create a green wall.