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Terracotta is Back:

How to Style The Trendy Shade

Since sustainable materials are a big trend in interior design this year, it comes as no surprise that we are seeing terracotta everywhere at the moment. Having been used for centuries, the warm, earthy colour is known for its timeless appeal with a rustic touch and has started to find its way back into interiors in late 2017.

Originally, terracotta referred to a fired clay material that was used to make tiles and bricks with. Nowadays, however, the famous burnt orange colour is used in more ways than just plant pots and floor tiles. Here we’ll show you our favourite colour combinations to use in your interior!

Earthy Tones

Keep it simple with other warm or cool-toned browns, off-whites and khakis. Add greenery and accessories made from natural materials for true boho-vibes. Terracotta plant pots, soft wool rugs and cushions with crochet details or tassels make for a homey interior that’s just as trendy as it is cosy!

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2 seater Cosy & Fashionable
799 EUR
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Chairs Velours Marron Caramel
239 EUR
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Chairs Velours marron caramel & Bois noir
199 EUR
Chairs On Trend
229 EUR

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Ottomans & Poufs Terracotta Orange Velvet
195 EUR
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Armchairs & Accent Chairs Lounge Style
399 EUR
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Armchairs Cosy & Fashionable
499 EUR
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3 seater Cosy & Fashionable
999 EUR

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Ottomans & Poufs Taupe Velvet
299 EUR
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Benches On Trend
499 EUR
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Chairs On Trend
189 EUR
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Chairs Velvet
189 EUR

Teal Blue

Different shades of blue combined with terracotta creates a stunning contrast in your interior. This colour combo can be seen in Moroccan architecture a lot and hints at the juxtaposition between the hot desert sand and the cool, blue sea. Adding teal blue pops of colour into an otherwise earthy-toned interior is not only incredibly stylish but also creates a calm and homey atmosphere in your home.

Dusty pink

Combining terracotta with dusty pink adds a subtle feminine touch to your interior. This colour combo is elegant and modern and works best if you add different variations of colour, like mauvy purple, aubergine, blush pink, burnt orange and apricot. You can go all out by painting an entire wall a rusty red or tone it down with furniture in natural whites and beiges, adding pops of colour with accessories like cushions or rugs.


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