Terracotta Is The Trendy Color To Adopt For Your Interior

The terracotta colour is on the rise in decoration. This warm and unique shade, inviting you to travel, is more than ever popular to enrich our interiors.

So how to combine it? In which rooms to use it? Where can you find paint or wallpaper in this shade?

THE HISTORY OF TERRACOTTA COLOR

Terracotta literally means “terracotta”. It is a warm colour, mixing various tints and shades of red, pink and orange.

Particularly sought after in North Africa and southern Europe, this colour brings a warm and deep note to all types of interiors. In decoration, it opens the ball with too many associations and arrangements.

From the living room to the kitchen, via the bedroom and the bathroom, adopting this colour in your interior means betting on colour with timeless charm and authentic character. A wall of this colour allows for example to highlight the green plants, by immersing them in an atmosphere with a natural rendering.

The many shades available allow you to vary the pleasures and combinations from one room to another. This colour can just as well suit a contemporary interior, as a design, classic or ethnic one. In short, she can get everyone to agree!

WHAT COLORS TO ASSOCIATE IT WITH?

The different shades of this colour allow many combinations. Thus, it is quite possible to imagine it with light colours such as white, beige, grey or powder pink, which will accentuate its warm spirit. Or with other warm colours, such as brown or mustard yellow, to stay in tune. Contemporary colours, such as duck blue, irresistibly trendy, can also enhance its cachet.

It’s all a matter of taste and decorative expectations, which can vary according to individual requirements. In terms of materials, the wood goes hand in hand with our colour of the day. Whether it officiates on the floor, as parquet, or whether it is furniture, a chair or a table, this material is particularly associated with this exotic hue.

Also, as evidenced by this example of layout, it is quite possible to create a vintage atmosphere around a wall of this shade. All with the help of a sideboard, a pull-out table and a retro-style radio! Textiles, whether rugs, curtains or bed linen, can be considered vaporous, boudoir or bohemian.

Here are some terracotta decor-inspired spaces we think you might like:

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Tags: apartment decor, apartments, bedroom, decorations, home decor, interior design, living room, terracotta, terracotta decor

Author: Renata Kralevska

 

A passionate female writer, I specialize in articles about architecture and home interiors. I love sharing insights and inspiration to help readers create beautiful and functional living spaces.

 

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