Interior Design Color Trend: Terracotta & Spice

This interior design fall color trend is perfect! Terracotta & Spice. It looks, sounds and feels warm and cozy. And Fall is the time we think about making our homes a bit more cozy. To demonstrate, here are a few ideas for introducing Terracotta and Spice into your home:

Wall art is a simple but impactful way to change a room. Just echo the colors with an accessory or two.

This warm grouping’s extra punch comes from the multi-fabric Truffle ottoman. Any number of ottoman styles can be used to bring multiple fabrics into your design. In this case they add spice to the warm brown and grays.

Truffle ottomans with Metro sectional

A new area rug can move the temperature and color story of a room in a new direction. What is more, rugs generally ship quickly so that you can make an impact in short order! The Issy Collection rug in the room below does a fabulous job of warming the room up. It’s the next best thing to a fireplace!

There is nothing like adding a leather sofa (or sectional or chair or recliner!) to a room to warm it up. This Beckwith sofa sports “Natural Washed Camel” leather. Its a color – not an animal. In any case, it fits right into the interior design fall trend terracotta / spice color story we’re telling here.

Beckwith sofa

The addition of an area rug warms up this room. This Margot Collection rug features classic Persian rug elements in a slightly washed look to give that treasured heirloom feel. That contrasts nicely with the contemporary design of the rest of the furnishings. The rug actually ties together the spicy colors with a blue story. This illustrates how wonderfully versatile this interior design fall trend is. It also shows that you can tie your existing story in with the warm idea.

This beautiful Spiga dining table features a a distinctive 30°-angle herringbone pattern on the ebony table top. Paired with it are Oleandro dining chairs in a warm caramel leather. Elegant and modern. Above all, you should be assured that warmth and coziness very achievable in contemporary interior design.

Spiga Table & Oleandro Dining Chairs

A warm comfy fabric covers this Leo ottoman. Custom? You bet. The Leo is available in 36″, 40″, 44″ and 48″ sizes. You choose from plain, mitered with a button, square buttonless tufted and a traditional diamond button tufted versions. Leg choices range from straight contemporary styles to the turned one shown below. Of course, you can choose from thousands of leathers and fabrics. And yes, you can delete the nailheads. This means that the Leo is whatever style you want it to be.

Leo Ottoman

A new bedspread is usually the biggest statement and easiest change to make in your bedroom. We’re going to remain neutral on the subject of adding a little spice here.

Anderson Bed

Here are other posts on this interior design fall trend that you might be interest in:

Color Story: Camel Goes With Everything

Caramel Trend Again!