The Palace is built of fine trimmed stone from Korcula Island, it contains a vault, two floors and a fourth level suited to be a belvedere, with a baroque shaped gable. The very top of the belvedere bears a tower shaped decoration. The facade is dominated by a balcony on the second floor, whose supporting consoles are covered with ornaments with acanthus leaf motif.
On the first floor there is a central lounge from which doors lead to the neighbouring rooms and to the staircase. The same array is applied on the second floor. On the back part of the palace towards the hill there is an annex containing the kitchen. The inside was characterized by floors of double coloured terracotta, wooden beams on the ceiling, walls with baroque plaster decoration and the staircase with balustrade. The Palace was richly furnished with works of art, style furniture, books etc.
Tripkovic Palace is one of the most monumental palaces in Boka. That monumentality is stressed by its base, terrace with baroque balustrade, clear baroque conception and affluently made architectural details, as well as by the background of this composition consisting of rough and bare Dobrota slopes that reach the height up to 1000 m above the sea.