Terracotta color, the autumn trend for 2022

Adopting terracotta means giving yourself a little southern touch in your home. This soft and warm color is the trend to remember this autumn. Whether it’s a small decorative touch or painted on the walls, let’s take a look at this color that has become a must-have.

What is “terracotta”?

Terracotta is an Italian word meaning literally “terracotta”. This material was originally used to make pottery, tiles or sculptures, and has reinvented itself over the centuries by imposing itself in other fields such as cosmetics or decoration.

Here, we are interested in the material, but also in the colour. From the most minimalist decoration to the most imposing, let’s see what this solar colour can bring to our interiors.

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Terracotta touches here and there

Even if they are not imposing, terracotta decorations do not go unnoticed. They add character to the room, especially if they are scattered and mixed with other, more subdued-coloured decorative elements.

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Terracotta notes for furniture

Combined with light colours such as beige, white or pastel, terracotta-coloured furniture immediately catches the eye and gives your room a boost. And why not repaint your furniture? This will give them a new lease of life and enhance your interior.

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Our selection :

Terracotta from floor to wall

Colour is becoming more and more important in our homes, especially on our walls and floors. Terracotta is no exception to the rule – quite the contrary! When painted on a wall, this colour goes very well with blue, yellow or green fabrics.

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You can opt for pretty patterned wallpapers for more originality.

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On the floor, the terracotta tiles give a rustic yet chic feel.

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