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8 Elements Of A Tropical-Minimalist Home

Here are the furniture and decorative pieces you need to create a warm and modern abode

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Photography: Kurt Alvarez (Main Photo)

If you want a fresh take on a trendy style, why not go for a tropical minimalist home? This type of interior has all the hallmarks of tropical style—such as woven textures, natural materials, neutral tones, and wood—but with sleeker forms, and a restraint in decoration. Here are the pieces to achieve the look:

Start with a generously sized, all-white sofa.


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Kerry Bianco Sofa, price available upon request, Calligaris

Add throw pillows with a subtle boho vibe.


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Jacquard Weave Cushion Cover, P899, H&M Home

A sculptural wooden stool can serve as an accent.


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Solid Wood Stool, price available upon request, a11

Go for distressed metal finishes in seating.


Claude Chair, P3,400, Match Contract

Choose a rough-hewn center table to break the sleekness.


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Suburban Reverie Live Edge Coffee Table, P36,000, Urban Abode

Simple stone planters add a modernist vibe.


Concrete Planters, prices available upon request, Crate & Barrel

Woven baskets create visual texture and double as storage.


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Granny Round Knit Laundry Basket, P1,995, Habitat; Woven Bin, P899, Habitat

To see more of the home in the main photo, read: A Lovely Resort-Like Home In The City

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