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Terracotta is chicAfter exploring copper, hemp or rattan, the creators continue to focus on forgotten materials like terracotta. New shapes appear, and the material is reworked so that it is more practical and less fragile for everyday use. On arrival, creative lighting, vases and even small designer furniture! Seduced by the maneuverability of the earth and its particular color, the decoration brands - UareDesign, Rekobo, Nick Fraser decoration - are now embarking on various creations for the whole house. From the floor to the modern design tiles, to the kitchen and its futuristic jugs of water, terracotta is everywhere!
Photo credits: Pepe Tanzi / UareDesign
Terracotta and country-style recoveryIf terracotta is again very trendy, it is not however reserved for contemporary design only. The followers of vintage decoration and reclaimed style have never totally forgotten it! Our grandmothers' jars are now becoming umbrella stands for the entrance; the painted plates of the Mediterranean countries invest the walls, and the planters are transformed into small storage for everyday life. The brick red tones blend perfectly with the country style and add a note of authenticity to the room. Leave the objects as they are, without painting or varnishing them, in order to keep their beautiful raw appearance. Their maintenance is simple and stubborn stains will be very easily erased with white vinegar, bleach and even toothpaste!
Photo credit: Nick Fraser
3, 2, 1… customize!Terracotta pots, so practical as kitchen utensil holders or pencil jars, have the advantage of being very easy to transform. Whether with fabric, rope, masking tape or paint, there are 1,001 ways to personalize your ceramic accessories!
Photo credits: Tomas Kral / Antiquité Brocante