The burnt orange shade is in and we’ve got you covered to personalise your home in style
The natural stone of the past has made a comeback, but the fired clay material is not the only key feature. The colour – specifically the prominent burnt orange shade – has become a key design statement, extending to more than just floor tiles and plant pots.
Rich, earthy red and brown tones of terracotta are taking over this season, and it’s easily incorporated into wardrobes, makeup boxes and interior features. The toasted, warm shade is trending on Pinterest, as people look for more ways to integrate terracotta into their lives.
Think cinnamon, ochre, pale pink and burgundy – these all combine into one burnt orange shade which has turned into the go-to for chic inspiring interiors, home accessories and stylish soft furnishings; whether that’s on your wall, plump scatter cushions or a sofa to lounge on – terracotta fits the bill.
With our attention to detail and superior specification, our dedication to building outstandingly stylish homes means that we always keep you in mind. That’s why, although luxury comes as standard with every Harron home, we have gone one step further with our ‘Excellence Range’. Everyone has their own tastes and needs, which is why with this range you are able to style and personalise various aspects to your new home.
These personalised touches range from the latest sound systems and additional fitted wardrobes, to customised kitchens and bathrooms with worktops, appliances and tiling – the perfect way to incorporate the trending burnt orange shade into your already stylish new home.
The great thing about both the terracotta shade and a Harron home, is that whether you are looking for a contemporary or traditional feel, the versatility means that the perfect home can be created just for you.
Every Harron Home is a blank canvas for you to add you own touch and make it truly yours – without hidden costs. View our excellence brochure to see the different options available to you. To talk about opportunities and how to make your house a home, get in touch with us http://www.harronhomes.com/contact-us/.