Having been used for centuries and known for its timeless appeal and rustic charm, in 2017 terracotta was noted as a re-emerging interior design trend.

The burnt orange shade is trending on Pinterest.

Masterclass Kitchens - Scotts Grey and Terracotta Sunset colour scheme - Carnegie kitchen

Tile manufacturer, Original Style, said at the time: ‘The natural stone of the past has just started to make a huge comeback, so if you want to stay ahead of the curve, it would be wise to invest in new flooring or spruce up those old tiles.’

But the fired clay material is not the only key feature. The color – specifically the burnt orange shade that terracotta is so famous for – has become a key design statement too, extending to more than just floor tiles and plant pots.

Herb Babylon Terracotta Planter, Marks & Spencer

Herb Babylon Planter, £45, Marks & Spencer

Marks & Spencer​​
Art Nouveau Flower Tub Chair by Dutchbone

Art Nouveau Flower Tub Chair by Dutchbone, £489, Cuckooland


‘Terracotta is taking over this season with its rich, earthy red and brown tones that are easy to incorporate into wardrobes, makeup boxes and interior features,’ says Pinterest. ‘Think toasted shades like cinnamon, rust, ochre, pale pink, and burgundy, Pinterest users are looking for more ways to incorporate terracotta into their lives.’

With more than 200 million people using Pinterest around the world each month, Pinterest has revealed that saves for terracotta has increased by 95 per cent in just the past six months.

Terracotta Hand Woven Bell Ceiling Pendant by Quirk, £95.00
Terracotta Hand Woven Bell Ceiling Pendant by Quirk, £95, Notonthehighstreet.com

Terracotta is now the go-to shade for chic inspiring interiors, home accessories and stylish soft furnishings, whether that’s on your wall, plump new cushions or a sofa.

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