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There are many ways you can add some Caribbean touches to your space. Vibrant colors, crisp textiles, tropical plants, and wooden accents are all ways to give your home a little island flair. Blending unforgettable hues, aged wooden pieces, and tropical greenery will help infuse your home with some Caribbean elements. Generally this timeless, elegant look radiates tranquility, beauty, and charm.
However, if you don’t want to redo your entire home, but would like to add a touch of the Caribbean to your home, try a coffee table. Any of the coffee tables below will complement your existing Caribbean vibe or help you introduce this charming design style to any space you wish.
You can add a little Caribbean flavor to your home with a small, round, woven coffee table. The Bali Hai Hibiscus Round Accent Table by Tommy Bahama Home is the perfect spot to rest your beverage. The whimsical woven base supports an elegant, geometric crushed bamboo top. Just looking at it will bring to mind a tropical vacation on an island with gentle breezes and white sand beaches. The table captures the essence of the tropics with a blend of Polynesian and British West Indies influence. It complements the neutral tones and natural materials typically found throughout Caribbean-style homes.
Another important element of Caribbean style is contrast. The Bali Hai Capri Square Glass Top Cocktail Table from Tommy Bahama Home demonstrates how different design elements coexist with ease in a Caribbean style home. The hard shape of the square table with its glass top and leather-wrapped, reeded legs and decorative rattan stretchers balances out the softness of the sofa with its plethora of pillows. There’s something strikingly attractive about the dark wood in a room with so much white. This square table brings a touch of the exotic into a space when mixed with other design styles.
If you are looking for a style that fills a room with warmth, the Oyster Cove Cocktail Table from the Tommy Bahama Beach House collection brings subtle Caribbean warmth to any decor. Featuring select hardwoods and exotic veneers, this coffee table features stunning reeded bamboo details that add visual interest. Natural materials, neutral tones, and white walls with dark wood are commonly found throughout the Caribbean. In this room, the muted tones are livened up by the bright tropical upholstery on the sofa.
Caribbean style also draws from Pan Asian-Inspired elements, as demonstrated in the Island Fusion Nobu Asian-Inspired Square Cocktail Table from Tommy Bahama. The table lends an aura of balance and Zen tranquility to the space, with its beautiful open fretwork and tempered glass top. It provides the perfect space to display plants or other natural decor objects so commonly found in Caribbean homes. These subtle touches also make the square table a natural addition to any room, whether creating a full-on Caribbean look or just adding a little Pan-Asian flair to an existing space.
Adding any of these pieces to your home will welcome a touch of the tropics into your everyday life. If you are interested in getting any of these looks, or in blending some Caribbean elements into your existing decor, contact the Baer’s Furniture showroom near you and ask to speak to one of our design professionals.
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