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Fiona Anastasia Whitefoot
I vaguely remember when terracotta was huge in the early to mid 1990’s. I remember going to a Greek bridal shower where the bride-to-be had a Terracotta and cream theme for her gifts - needless to say she ended up with waaaayy too many terracotta urns and pots!
Terracotta. One word: Nope!
Just keep it in the garden I say!
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purplewombat

It doesn't matter what the latest trend is if you don't like it. Best to stick to a neutral palette and just have accents of a different hue that makes you happy (in vogue or not) if you want to change the feel of a room. I think texture is more important than the latest colour trend.

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Fiona Anastasia Whitefoot
Agree purplewombat!
   

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