You may have noticed everywhere you look you are reminded of tropical locations. Gone are the days when you had to go to the grocery store for a pineapple. Now you can find them printed on fabrics, adorning home accessories, even in barware. Palm trees and leaves are also having their day in the sun. This tropical trend isn’t brand new, we’ve seen it for a couple of years now, but it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. Susan Shaw Jewelry has grown our collection of pineapple and palm intaglios over the last couple of years and you can see many of the designs below.
The fashion world is a big fan of these tropical prints. The Valentino runway looks below are from their Resort 2017 collection.
Pineapples and palm tree prints are also trending in these ready to wear dresses from Neiman Marcus.
Typically when we see a trend in fashion, there is a correlating trend in interior design and this is no exception. Pineapples are a symbol of hospitality, so having them in your home makes lots of sense. The pineapple cutout on this charming garden gate below gives off a welcoming vibe to all who enter.
This chic pineapple wallpaper is the perfect combination of sophistication and fun.
Gold pineapples of all sizes can be found for your home and make the perfect accent to any shelf, table or bar (the one on the far right is a cocktail shaker!).
This show-stopping pineapple lamp lights up a room in more ways than one.
Palm leaves and prints are also very popular in the home. The high contrast and interesting design makes a bold statement in any room.
This coffee table is part of a beautiful collection from Amanda Nisbet of furniture and lighting using these golden palm leaves. These palm leaf trays are a beautiful accent to any home decor.
You can also take this trend with you on the go with one of these fabulous cell phone cases from Nordstrom or this Swell water bottle below.
Perhaps this trend gives us an escape from reality by reminding us of tropical climates and vacation spots.
And who says you have to get back to reality anyway? Not us. We say bring on the Tropics!