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I’ve been seeing more and more terracotta/rust hued decor popping up in homes lately. It’s out there bringing a lot of warmth to previously stark white rooms – and I like it! I’m not huge on super colorful spaces but I love that this brings warmth and still leaves the room feeling very neutral. I think it’s become a natural favorite of mine because of how it helps blend together the white walled, plant heavy, exposed beam rooms that I have going on in my house. And the more I’m seeing it incorporated into other spaces, the more I like it! So feast your eyes on these beautiful spaces to get inspired and then check out the list of sweet decor items I’ve found to start adding some warmth to your space!1.

. for terracotta potted plant heaven!)

. Image from Loom & Kiln – they have amazing pillows, rugs, & home decor items!)

- T.T.D.Monday, June 4, 2018 - 6:14 am

I have never thought rust color could be this great. Thank you for sharing!Cancel

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I’ve been seeing more and more terracotta/rust hued decor popping up in homes lately. It’s out there bringing a lot of warmth to previously stark white rooms – and I like it! I’m not huge on super colorful spaces but I love that this brings warmth and still leaves the room feeling very neutral. I think it’s become a natural favorite of mine because of how it helps blend together the white walled, plant heavy, exposed beam rooms that I have going on in my house. And the more I’m seeing it incorporated into other spaces, the more I like it! So feast your eyes on these beautiful spaces to get inspired and then check out the list of sweet decor items I’ve found to start adding some warmth to your space!1.

. for terracotta potted plant heaven!)

. Image from Loom & Kiln – they have amazing pillows, rugs, & home decor items!)

- T.T.D.Monday, June 4, 2018 - 6:14 am

I have never thought rust color could be this great. Thank you for sharing!Cancel

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I’ve been seeing more and more terracotta/rust hued decor popping up in homes lately. It’s out there bringing a lot of warmth to previously stark white rooms – and I like it! I’m not huge on super colorful spaces but I love that this brings warmth and still leaves the room feeling very neutral. I think it’s become a natural favorite of mine because of how it helps blend together the white walled, plant heavy, exposed beam rooms that I have going on in my house. And the more I’m seeing it incorporated into other spaces, the more I like it! So feast your eyes on these beautiful spaces to get inspired and then check out the list of sweet decor items I’ve found to start adding some warmth to your space!1.

. for terracotta potted plant heaven!)

. Image from Loom & Kiln – they have amazing pillows, rugs, & home decor items!)

- T.T.D.Monday, June 4, 2018 - 6:14 am

I have never thought rust color could be this great. Thank you for sharing!Cancel

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I’ve been seeing more and more terracotta/rust hued decor popping up in homes lately. It’s out there bringing a lot of warmth to previously stark white rooms – and I like it! I’m not huge on super colorful spaces but I love that this brings warmth and still leaves the room feeling very neutral. I think it’s become a natural favorite of mine because of how it helps blend together the white walled, plant heavy, exposed beam rooms that I have going on in my house. And the more I’m seeing it incorporated into other spaces, the more I like it! So feast your eyes on these beautiful spaces to get inspired and then check out the list of sweet decor items I’ve found to start adding some warmth to your space!1.

. for terracotta potted plant heaven!)

. Image from Loom & Kiln – they have amazing pillows, rugs, & home decor items!)

- T.T.D.Monday, June 4, 2018 - 6:14 am

I have never thought rust color could be this great. Thank you for sharing!Cancel

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