Embrace this earthy tone in all forms this season to add warmth and texture to your home.
With the changing season, there’s no better time to start warming up our homes with color and texture. The hue on everyone’s home-decorating radar this year is Terracotta – favored for its down-to-earth feel yet sophisticated aesthetic and its amazing ability to pair perfectly with other on-trend colors and finishes, such as pastel pinks, ply and metallic.
No longer associated with the dated-80s, this earthy tone is raring to go in a range of heart-warming shades set to take over the home this season.
Layers of burnt-earth tones and cozy textures complement each other this inviting contemporary bedroom. Balance warm colors with contrasting neutrals or light purple for a serene feel.
WARMING YOUR BATHROOM
Terracotta is a cozy color that helps to warm the house with just a few touches. The color of earth and nature is an easy and inexpensive way to create a warm feeling in a room.
A combination perhaps a bit more difficult but very chic, which reminds me of the atmosphere of Moroccan houses and riads. Elegant and modern.
A SENSE OF CHARACTER
Somehow terracotta counts as a neutral, blending in with other elements in a design scheme while bringing a sense of character, it’s more about the comfort of having something natural and crafted in the home.
SUITS VARIETY OF STYLES
Reminiscent of a fading sunset or stark desert, terracotta earthy hues brings a sense of inviting warmth to any space it touches. Whether it’s muted clay or a rust orange, this color can suit a variety of home styles and tastes.
Looking for the perfect terracotta accent piece for your living room? Now people are looking for more ways to incorporate terracotta into their lives. One accent piece could be your starting point.
Who wouldn’t want to relax in this Moroccan-inspired bathroom? We think the turquoise blue walls complement the terracotta bathroom suit beautifully. The bath’s terracotta texture is enhanced by keeping the bathroom towels and other accessories simple and on-theme.
BUBBLE CLUB CHAIR
They are made of smooth polyethylene (plastic), which makes them a lot easier to move around than cement would. Designers have embraced these cartoon-like chairs, and terracotta color plays off brick very nicely.
AFICAN GROUND FEEL
Terracotta liked when used for design objects and interiors, it creates a modern and warm result at the same time. And then it makes who see think of nature and travel, the desert, and the color of the African ground.
Having been used for centuries and known for its timeless appeal and rustic charm, terracotta was noted as a re-emerging interior design trend. The color, specifically the burnt orange shade that terracotta is so famous for, has become a key design statement too, extending to more than just floor tiles and plant pots.