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Decorate In Style With This Season's Turquoise and Terra Cotta Trend

Spend your next staycation bringing turquoise charm and warm terra cotta tones to your home with links to find everything you need right here in Springfield, MO.

By Tessa Cooper

Jun 2019

Decorate in style with this season's turquoise and terra cotta trends with local Springfield, MO stores.
Photo by Brandon Alms, Styled By Dylan LyeCatch up with the trends with a list of where-to-buy right here in Springfield, MO Purchase Photo

1. Loloi, Fable flatware shag rug in indigo, price available upon request at Arizaga Home 2. Jazzy Turquoise fabric, $180 per yard at James Décor 3. Barsia, Imperial Tassle Fringe, $42 per yard at James Décor 4. Boston Atlantic series ceramic polished tile, $9 per square foot at Unique Tile 5. Boston Aquamarine series ceramic polished tile, $9 per square foot at Unique Tile 6. Century Tropical fabric, $102 per yard at James Décor 7. Firenze Heritage hexagon tile, $9 per square foot at Unique Tile 8. Sherwin Williams 2019 color of the year “aqua sphere" 9. Century, Azure Silk fabric, $198 per yard at James Décor  10. Norwalk Fabric in Artisan, $85 per yard from Ellecor Design & Gifts 11. Surya geometric side table, $95 at Ellecor Design & Gifts 12. Sherwin Williams"cavern clay."


Next time you’re dreaming of cool turquoise waters on a humid summer day, blast up the air conditioning and start coming up with ways to bring the oasis to your home. Turquoise is a timeless color that never seems to go out of style, which means you should feel confident adding a turquoise statement piece to your kitchen or bathroom, like Unique Tile’s Boston Aquamarine series ceramic polished tile. For a less permanent way to add the color to your home, play it safe and reach for a small turquoise furniture piece or custom-made throw pillows adorned with the bright color. Mimic the warmth and coolness of the ocean by offsetting this color scheme with warm terra cotta shades. Unlike bright orange hues, terra cotta subtly adds contrast to turquoise. You can also add softness to any room with warm-colored accents like fringe or textured fabric. This color scheme is a good fit for nearly any room, but we suggest you spruce up your back deck with this theme, whip up a cocktail and pretend you’re in Turks and Caicos.