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Trendspotting: TerraCottage

July 30, 2017

Informed by shades of earth, sky and sunbaked colors, the TerraCottage design trend is a bohemian-meets-global mix of objects and attitudes shaped by travel and handicraft collecting.

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Photo: Flynnside Out Productions. From: Brian Patrick Flynn.


An artisanal look, pottery and woven goods give the TerraCottage trend a strong handcrafted and DIY vibe. These bamboo chairs topped with sunset-colored pillows illustrate the blend of earthy color tones and natural textures and materials.

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Terra Cotta With an Edge

Redefining global style, the TerraCottage trend is informed by larger cultural interests in world travel, artisanal goods and a back-to-nature approach that finds inspiration in the color of the Southwestern landscape and in sunsets and sunrises as in this rich terra cotta rust-meets-peach hue.

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Pueblo Inspiration

Located outside of Albuquerque, the sunbaked colors of this New Mexican pueblo define the TerraCottage look.

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Photo: Amadeus Leitner. From: Chandler Prewitt.

Southwestern Style Dining

Whitewashed matte walls, a collection of pottery and the woven textures of these throw pillows give this dining space an earthy, homespun attitude.

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