If you will trace the origins of lounge suites, history will tell that part of what they were originally popular for were their used as porch furniture or outdoor furniture. With the advent of technology and the use of higher quality materials such as leather and suede, lounge suites were eventually brought back in the home to be used indoors. However, outdoor usage is slowly gaining a comeback as the summer months draw near and more and more people are brought to the outdoors.
People with gardens will find lounge suites in Sydney more often. Because of this, most families will try to coordinate their interiors to capture a tropical themed home. Lounge suites made out of rattan or wicker or wooden add more spice to the overall ensemble of the room while those that have darker wood colors make them look all the more natural.
Lounge suites made out of hard wood such as mahogany, teak or ebony can mixed with furniture pieces made from koa or rosewood. Add a few artificial palm leaves, or perhaps a few paintings with fruit themes or some leafy print.
Keep your new tropical home comfortable and relaxing with a few natural colored upholstery. Whatever you do, it is important to not over accessorize because it might deflect from the theme your are trying to achieve. A few floral vases or some exotic styled lamps in the corners will add more character as well as texture to the whole tropical look.