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Interior Design Trends: Terracotta

Posted on Jun 26, 2017 by

This season, we’re working from the ground up, digging out the best designs in terracotta tones. Read as the Warehouse Home team share 7 of our favourite pieces.

1. Natural Earth rug in Terracotta by Nani Marquina, £2,290, Nest.co.uk

The Natural Earth Rug is made from 100% Jute Fibres

The Natural Earth Rug is made from 100% Jute Fibres
Image courtesy of Nest.co.uk

2. Noelle sofa in Versailles fabric by GP&J Baker Kravet, £5,787.50, PINCH Design

This three seater sofa features a full width seat and two lumbar cushions

This three seater sofa features a full width seat and two lumbar cushions
Image courtesy of PINCH Design

3. Pixel cushion in Blush and Terracotta, £45, Mink Interiors

This contemporary cushion features a unique pixelated effect

This contemporary cushion features a unique pixelated effect
Image courtesy of Mink Interiors

4. Assorted marble and terracotta vessels, from $29.09, all Lightly

Mix natural materials such as terracotta and cork for a contemporary summer scheme

Mix natural materials such as terracotta and cork for a contemporary summer scheme
Image courtesy of Lightly

5. Zurich rug in Beige Rust, £5,766, Tania Johnson

A pattern of cracked lines on a Zurich pavement inspired this textured rug design

A pattern of cracked lines on a Zurich pavement inspired this textured rug design
Image courtesy of Tania Johnson

6. CH327 dining table with walnut top and oak base by Hans J Wegner for Carl Hansen, £3,927, Olio wooden handled server by Barber & Osgerby for Royal Doulton, £50, DC10 dining chair in oiled oak by Inoda + Sveje for the Miyazaki Chair Factory, £1,959, USM sideboard, £4,635, Onfale Medio table lamp by Luciano Vistosi for Artemide, £434, all Aram Store

Layer nudes and blush tones for a pared down take on the terracotta trend

Layer nudes and blush tones for a pared down take on the terracotta trend
Image courtesy of Aram Store

7. Terracotta Pot emulsion, £38.50 per 2.5 litres, Paint By Conran

The beautiful and unusual colours of the Paint by Conran portfolio take inspiration from British plants and landscapes

The beautiful and unusual colours of the Paint by Conran portfolio take inspiration from British plants and landscapes
Image courtesy of Master Paintmakers

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