Want to add rustic, earthy magic to your décor? Then add the feel of Terracotta. Terracotta, as you can understand, gives the earthy feel and rustic, such that you will have earthy warm décor as background or in decorative items. The word Terracotta means the fired earth.
Terracotta adds to décor and is an ancient material and remains of great aesthetic value in gardens, on balconies, and in the home interiors and exteriors. The Terracotta is soft porous and has a texture that mellows over the years.
You can get many Terracotta items in various varieties, from large granaries to small pen holders. These Terracotta items are decorated with engravings, dyes, and paints, and you get them polished.
The common items of the Terracotta are planters and pots, but you can get many terracotta artifacts such as bells, horses, hanging lamps, animals, idols, statues, etc.
You can also get Ganeshas which is an Indian Deity that brings prosperity and is quite popular.
The items mentioned above can be used indoors and outdoors.
Terracotta has an exclusive way of imparting rustic charm to a place, and it adds grace.
Even bright colors on terracotta items look beautiful and add zing to the place.
When you décor room in Terracotta, try the carved clay planters and the terracotta pots and any artifacts in carved designs.
Redesign your garden with lots of terracotta things as Terracotta blends well with the plants.
Terracotta can be used as a dominant theme for landscaping.
Add lots of carved pots, statues of horses, and elephants in the garden, giving a warm feeling.
It will add vibrancy to your interiors or exteriors.
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I love terracotta designs because terracotta designs are so natural
You made a good point that good engraving work is also to be considered when it comes to landscaping pottery. I’m interested in having more earthy elements in my property because I think they have nice meditative elements. I’d like to have a nice middle ground between a traditional garden and a Zen rock garden.