Trend We Love: Earth Tones
Everything you need to know when it comes to decorating with this deeply saturated shade.
Potter clay, burnt copper, profound hazelnut it is difficult to pinpoint a title that can precisely portray this motivated shade, reminiscent of profound earthenware. Its gritty qualities welcome warmth, giving a sense of profundity to the space it epitomizes.
Terra-cotta has its roots in history, having been used by civilizations as early as 3000 BC for pottery. As such, its an interesting mix of contemporary and antique, which means that unlike other color trends, this one has staying power. Whether you want to instill a dash of desert style in your own home or just really like the sunset hue, here are some of our favorite ways to incorporate this trendy but timeless color into your own space.
You need dinnerware that can double as a kitchen accent piece. Enter: This rustic little plate. Pick up a few to stack on your new shelves and bring a pop of color to your space in the most utilitarian way.
Why settle for a run-of-the-mill teapot or-gasp-the microwave when this terra-cotta tea kettle exists? The matte wrap up makes for one chic kitchen extra that you will need to show on your stove at all times.
Pick up a sleek terra-cotta vase. The clean lines and simple silhouette make it prime for die-hard minimalists. Add a simple sprig of greenery or dried flowers (in a subdued hue, of course) for the tiniest pop of color or keep this vase empty and use it as a sculptural accent.