Bring the golden glow of the Mediterranean into your home every day with the piping hot interior design trend Sunbleached Terracotta – it’ll have you chasing the sun even on the wettest of summer days.
Our interpretation of this tropical trend celebrates the pull of a bright and light climate, encapsulating the warmth of the sun-soaked regions of southern Europe and northern Africa. Read on for tips on making your house feel like an exotic dream home.
Sunbleached Terracotta Dining Room
As the cultures that this trend takes inspiration from are so family-centric and revolving around food and mealtimes, it makes sense that this theme works particularly well with open plan living. Now’s an opportunity to incorporate honey-colored grains of oak furniture – like our Pedestal dining set or the grand Hercules tall bookcase – a clearing for you to display the books and ornaments you’ve collected from the Balearic and beyond.
In contrast to the more angular furniture amassing the rest of the room, the rounded curves of the Pedestal 4ft dining table and Loop dining chairs add a refreshingly soft touch. Of course, the kitchen-diner is also a place to use all your genuine terracotta crockery, making alfresco dining seem possible all year round.
Sunbleached Terracotta Entryway
This entrance immediately invites you to take a step into the sun. On paper, the striking colors of the walls and floors should clash uncomfortably, but the earthy richness of our Hercules console table helps establish the character of the interior design scheme. Woven baskets and repeat patterns on the rug add gentle pattern, while the scattering of houseplants add to the outdoorsy, breezy feeling this theme brings to any home.
Sunbleached Terracotta Bedroom
An eclectic mix of rustic and natural solid oak furniture proves to be a careful mismatch in this dreamy bedroom, drawing pieces from our impactful Hercules range alongside the French Farmhouse armoire and Galway queen bed.
If you want to soften the look, add delicate patterns to your walls and throws and create contrast by adding chunky fabrics, textile wall hangings, soft bed linens and a high pile rug.