pantone potter's clay used in interior design
Living Room Photograph by Armelle Habib, Styling by Julia Green | Ikat Pillow by CompanyTwentySix | Bedroom Photograph by Kara Rosenlund

Introducing, today’s Color Trend: Potter’s Clay! More specifically, Pantone 18-1340. Today’s color was selected from the Pantone Fashion Color Report Fall 2016.

Use this burnt orange color as the wall color in a bedroom for a warm and cozy effect.

burnt orange hotel interior pantone potter's clay
Guest Room at El Fenn Hotel

Or, add it to a white room as accents for a brighter look.

white bedroom with copper orange bedding
Photograph by Kara Rosenlund

‘Potter’s Clay’ is the perfect color to go for when working with Moroccan themed designs.

morocco style tiled interior with pantone potter's clay bench
Photograph by Brydie Mack

Or, make your front door ‘pop’ with a front door stained in this copper orange tone.

stone cottage with arched burnt orange wood door
Cottage Style Home by Tallman Segerson Builders

Just a touch of this lively orange hue is all you need to energize a room.

gray plaid throw blanket with burnt orange edge
Grey Plaid Blanket with Orange Edge by Hubsch on At No. 67

Copper pieces are a fantastic way to introduce ‘Potter’s Clay’ to your interior. This freestanding copper fireplace is fantastic!

modern rustic living room with copper orange freestanding fireplace
Photographer: Armelle Habib | Stylist: Julia Green

This cinnamon shade of orange works great as an eye-catching feature wall like in this backsplash design. It looks great against a rustic gray wood.

rustic wood built-in bar with copper orange backsplash
Built-in Bar by Meadow Mountain Homes

Shop this color (some cool things I found on the web)…


Would you like to see more inspiration for this color trend? I put together a ‘Potter’s Clay’ pinterest board just for you…

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