Looking for the perfect terracotta sun decor for your garden or home? You've found the right place! Terracotta (in Italian meaning Baked Earth) is clay-based unglazed ceramic.Clay terra cotta has been used throughout history for sculpture and pottery, as well as bricks and roof shingles. In ancient times, the first clay sculptures were dried (baked) in the sun after being formed.
Thankfully, today, they have become BEAUTIFUL art forms that we can put in our homes and gardens! =)
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When you think about decorating your garden or house the first thing to think about is a sun art piece! These are beautiful decorations to put anywhere you'd like. It brings "sunshine" right into your home as well if you wanted to hang it on a wall in your living room. These are usually heavier pieces of decor so you need to be careful when considering where you hang them. You will need a heavy duty nail and make sure you put a stud finder on the wall first. Safety first!
Stunning Terracotta Clock - Perfect for indoors AND outdoors!
This is my favorite decor piece because it's so unique and fun! I have one on the wall of my patio and it's gorgeous. Just make sure you anchor it good because you don't want it to fall and break.
Sun Terracotta For The Garden
Place these gorgeous art pieces on your patio!
These clay art pieces are just gorgeous! I love the pots the most, they would be so cute on a patio or in the middle of a flower garden! Sizes can range from a baby flower pot to a enormous sculpture. I've even seen these at home depot and lowes! Go to the garden section and check out some of them available.
What Does The Sign Mean?
Your sun sign describes your basic nature and the personality traits that remain constant through the ups and downs of life. It is the image you shine out to the world, but it comes from that truest, innermost part of you. The sun, which is actually a star, is at the center of the Solar System, and likewise, your sun sign describes your unique personal center.-Molly Hall
Fabulous Sun Pottery - Fun faces to look at!
When choosing the right face, look for small details. Each face is different whether they are smiling, frowning or are unique. When I look at these sculptures I can't help but think who the artist was behind each one. Find a connection with the piece of art so then you'll be sure to smile everytime you walk past it at home.
Thermometer For Outside - Great accessory for your patio
This thermometer is made out of the gorgeous material and it looks so chic in a garden or patio.
Do-It-Yourself-Solar on November 15, 2013:
Nice suns! I am still looking on the photos, they're great. Nice shots!
LadyDuck on April 27, 2013:
Very nice, I like the sun decors.
Kathleen Hiler on April 16, 2012:
Have always liked the sunface :)
cmadden on February 14, 2012:
Very nice! I especially like the sun clock.
dahlia369 on August 27, 2011:
Beautiful decorative pieces. That they have a meaning, makes them even better! :)
poutine on December 10, 2010:
Very lovely terra cotta products.
It would look good in my backyard.
julieannbrady on December 02, 2010:
These are quite lovely my dear!
jodijoyous from New York on October 02, 2010:
Those are beautiful. I wish I had a garden. Sigh.
anonymous on September 22, 2010:
I have always found these so interesting and nice to look at, yet have never had one, I really should put one or two in my garden! Michelle, the ones you selected are so beautiful! - Kathy
Home Interior D on September 12, 2010:
Nice collection. I particularly like terracotta items when they have been weathered a bit and have a rustic appeal.
SandraRoseDesigns on September 08, 2010:
Terra Cotta is such an earthy, yet classy way to add to your garden. You have shown some really beautiful and inspiring ones!
GWhedon on August 21, 2010:
Great Christmas ideas! I'm always searching for unusual gift ideas, and have found them here. :)
Delia on August 16, 2010:
what a fun lens on Sun terracotta's...I had one and it disappeared...hmmm
Tarra99 on August 15, 2010:
My neighbour has 3-4 of these on her fence...it's quite attractive looking.
RinchenChodron on August 13, 2010:
Nice job! If you enjoy terracotta things these little jewels
Lisa Auch from Scotland on August 13, 2010:
It's like a little bit of sunshine all year round in your garden