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43 Warming Terracotta And Rust Home Decor Ideas
Warm earthy tones are among the hottest trends for home decor currently, and that’s not surprising: such soothing and welcoming hues will make any space inviting. If you love warm and earthy colors and want to incorporate them into your home decor, here are some ideas to enjoy terracotta, rust and orange shades.
What Styles Can Welcome Earthy Tones?
Actually, earthy tones are perfect for any interior, from modern and boho to minimalist and Scandinavian. If we take boho and mid-century modern interiors, you may go all-earthy in the space playing with texture and rocking various tones. If you are going for minimalist or Scandinavian space, you may add just touches of these colors – an accent wall, a sofa or some textiles, for example.
a beautiful living room with much texture, terracotta walls, a burnt orange low sofa, a coffee table and rust cushions
a boho bedroom with a terracotta accent wall, a bed with a woven bedding, a potted plant and a stool as a side table
a boho entryway with a terracotta wall, a woven bench and a rack, some baskets and pampas grass in a large bottle
a bold and catchy living room with terracotta walls, rattan and color block furniture, a white sideboard and a vintage lamp
a bold and eye-catchy bedroom with terracotta walls, a burnt orange bed with blue bedding, clusters of pendant lamps and a bold artwork
a bold bedroom with a terracotta accent wall, a bed with neutral bedding, gold sconces and potted plants
a bold bedroom with a wooden bed, terracotta chairs, bright art and color blocking catches an eye with each item
a bold modern space with an orange kitchen with built-in lights and a green fridge, a burnt orange sofa and a striped rug
a bold rust-colored kitchen with grey countertops, an open shelf, green pendant lamps and potted greenery
a bright bedroom with a terracotta accent wall, a white bed with eclectic bedding, a gallery wall and rust-colored lamps
What Shades To Choose And How To Mix Them Up?
If you feel like a single shade, go for all-terracotta, all-orange or all-burnt orange space. If you want more variety, you may go for terracotta and rust, burnt orange and rust, or any mixes of these warm earthy tones as they work nice with each other. Want a fresher look? Go for creamy or light grey touches paired with earthy tones. Want some drama? Go for black details that will elevate the look.
a catchy interior with bold rust-colored seating furniture, a leather ottoman, a copper mirror and a rattan sideboard
a chic boho living room with rust-colored window frames, a rust chair and pillows, a neutral sofa and chic leather chairs
a cozy foyer with a terracotta accent wall, simple cabinets, round tables, a woven lamp and a small gallery wall
a jaw-dropping terracotta bathroom with a built-in vanity, a dark stone sink and a drawer, an oval tub and black fixtures
a jaw-dropping terracotta dining room with French windows, a fireplace, textural walls, a stained table and grey chairs plus crystal chandeliers
a lovely bedroom with a boho feel, a terracotta accent wall, a black bed, bold bedding, a wooden pendant lamp and some plants
a minimalist kitchen with terracotta walls, sleek grey cabinets, a white stone countertop and some wood accessories
a minimalist neutral bathroom with sleek cabinetry, a terracotta backsplash, a round mirror and a neutral sink
a moody grey and dark green living room with potted plants, rust pillows, a blanket and a chair and a vintage lamp
a neutral boho living room accessorized with bright rust and terracotta pillows and a woven pendant lamp is chic
a neutral boho living room with a terracotta sofa, built-in shelves, potted greenery and bright pillows plus a graphic rug
a neutral boho space with a tan leather sofa and a rust-colored ottoman, striped textiles, pampas grass and a wooden table
a pretty boho dining room with a terracotta accent wall, a large storage unit, a white table and grey chairs plus a wooden pendant lamp
How To Incorporate Earthy Tones Into Home Decor?
Earthy tones can be integrated into home decor in a thousand ways: ceilings, walls, accent walls, furniture, cabinetry, various accessories and decor. If you aren’t going for all-earthy spaces, consider how much of these colors you will use. If you are rocking all-earthy shades, mix them all up to achieve a very warming up and welcoming look. Get inspired and create your own warming up space in earthy tones!
a pretty boho living room with a terracotta statement wall, a grey sectional, a rattan chair and some potted plants and round tables
a refined and moody living room with a burgundy paneled wall, a gallery wall, a rust-colored sofa and an ottoman plus colorful pillows
a refined modern living room with a rust-colored wall and a black fireplace, a leather sofa, wood slice tables and a knit ottoman
a refined modern space with off-white paneled walls, a terracotta sofa, a pompom pillow and a matching vase
a Scandinavian living room with a terracotta accent wall, a grey corner sofa, black lamps and a coffee table