The upscale setting features wrought iron chandeliers, distressed terra cotta walls, white linens and a fireplace.
The casual setting features terra cotta--style walls, simple wood furnishings and a sampling of beer and wine.
The setting features high ceilings, palm trees, bamboo chairs and distressed terra cotta walls.
The cream-colored setting includes distressed terra cotta walls, hanging plants, white tablecloths and chandeliers.
The rustic decor highlights distressed terra cotta walls, creaky hardwood floors and upstairs dining.
The restaurant features cherry-wood furnishings, terra cotta-style walls, white tablecloths and sidewalk dining.
The church features a terra cotta tile roof, which replaced an earlier stone roof.
The two dining rooms include terra cotta walls, exposed brick, white tablecloths and wine cask-lined walls.
Each of the bays is terminated by a segmental arch that corresponds with elaborate terra cotta ornament.
It is distinguished by the quality of its terra cotta and marble detailing, and by its well-proportioned composition.
Word Origin and History for terra cotta
1722, from Italian terra cotta, literally "cooked earth," from terra "earth" (see terrain) + cotta "baked," from Latin cocta, fem. past participle of coquere (see cook (n.)). As a color name for brownish-red, attested from 1882.