How to accessorise your home?

Accessorising your interior is not only about knowing how to mix influences, colours and styles, it is also about mastering the balance between accessories and furniture.
Indeed, decorative accessories such as carpets, paintingscushions or vases are quick and easy to change when you get tired of your interior design. So what better time than this new year to indulge in bold pieces to accessorise your home?

During this winter period, you can add faux fur, velvet and felt to your interior to create a soft and warm atmosphere. In the summer months, accessories can be replaced more easily and you can add new sheers such as linen or cotton. Colours can also be adopted for more lightness and naturalness. There is nothing more pleasant than a living space that can be brought to life according to your desires all year round, thanks to the accessories!

Before you start, make a list of the colours and materials that you particularly like, and note down the pieces of furniture that you already own to make sure that you create an atmosphere in keeping with them. Once you have made your list of colours and materials, use our thematic collections on colours and materials available directly from Design Market!

1 – Movie poster “The Who the kids are alright” – 1979 | 2 – Abstract drawing on paper, Guy Claude Lerein – 1980 | 3 – Vintage sideboard by Wilhem Renz – 1960 | 4 – Lounge chair by Eames for Herman Miller – 1970 | 5 – Vintage “Diamond” chair by Harry Bertoia – 1950

21 – SA Boulanger chandelier in chromed metal, Gaetano Sciolari – 1960 | 2 – Large brass witch mirror – 1960| 3 – 606 vintage wall system by Dieter Rams – 1960 | 4 – Scandinavian brown leather sofa – 1960 | 5 – Scandinavian vintage carpet Rollakan – 1950

31 – Panton chair anthracite colour Vitra edition – 2000 | 2 – Serigraphy “Marilyn” by Andy Warhol by Sunday B Morning – 1970 | 3-Genuine Mozart serigraphy, Jean-pierre Yvaral – 1980 | 4 – Vintage Doria chandelier with 18 arms – 1960 | 5 – Strypy vase by Jaime Hayon – 2000