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Here's how you can bring the give the tropical trend a new twist next season. 

Oliver Bonas Iro Furniture Collection 565 895 Seagrass Baskets 2 1188531

Image: Oliver Bonas 

If you've chosen to create a botanical, tropical look in your home, the good news is that it's a scheme that's still looking to be a big trend for 2020

However, if you want to give your design a new twist for the coming year, we've picked out some of the new and exciting ways the tropical trend is heading to the high street for spring. 

Hand-painted cabinets 

Luna Dusty Pink Velvet Sofa 645 Iro Hand Painted Cabinet 565 Jut 1188495

Image: Oliver Bonas 

We've spotted a few hand-painted motifs for the new season, especially on decorative, embellished cabinets. The Iro cabinet, from Oliver Bonas, has been given a tropical makeover for the new year, and will be available in store and online from January. 

Tiles 

Capietra Jungle Wall Bathroom Tiles

Image: Ca'Pietra

While bold tropical wallpaper has been around for a few years, botanical themed tiles are a growing trend. These Jungle tiles from Ca'Pietra feature three unique designs, and can be orientated however you please for use on floors and walls. We love this striking statement shower wall. 

Monochrome

Next Tropical Bedroom 2020 Trends

Image: Next 

If you love the idea of the tropical look, but not the colour palette, this idea for a monochrome scheme from Next is still full of character. With the vintage-style illustration, the black frame bed and gold Milo monkey lamp give this look and almost Art Deco feel.  

Upholstery fabrics 

Cultfurniture Heather Dining Chair Palm Upholstered

Image: Cult Furniture 

The tropical trend has gone beyond small accessories, and with botanical print fabrics you can now have a jungle-themed accent chair, sofa or even bed head. These Heather dining chairs in tropical print from Cult Furniture make an excellent statement around a dining table. 

Changing colour palette 

Marks And Spencers Spring Summer 2020 Tropical Trends

Image: M&S 

Botanical doesn't have to mean green! We love this new season collection from M&S in on-trend red tones. We're also seeing dried natural grasses become a popular styling choice, giving a soft neutral edge to your room's design. 

 

Which of these botanical trends do you like? Let us know on social! Tweet us @goodhomesmag or post a comment on our Facebook page, or post a picture of your botanical room on Instagram using the hashtag #ThisGoodHome for your chance to be featured on our Instagram. 

 

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