How to accessorize your interior with small details?

How to accessorize your interior with small details?

Decorative objects are to a room what jewelry is to a man. They are a bit like the “finishing touch” of the decoration of your interior, the elements which are added last to refine it. Often underestimated, these small details nevertheless have the power to completely change the atmosphere of a room. In this article, you will find a small list of these elements, and how you can exploit them. Good reading !

Lighting fixtures

Lighting fixtures are essential to have at home. They are not only practical, but can also be very aesthetic, and contribute greatly to the decoration of your interior. There are many models, more or less original, which will set the tone of your room. For a Scandinavian style you can install a bamboo pendant light, and for an industrial style a metal floor lamp for example! Table lamps, pendants or floor lamps, you will certainly find lamps that suit you!

See our lighting fixtureshere

The rugs

Integrating rugs into your interior is a simple way to delimit space and structure a room. In addition, they bring a cozy atmosphere to your interior. A living room in which a large faux fur rug is located right in the middle will immediately seem more welcoming and comfortable! They come in different shapes and colors. You will definitely find a rug that suits your tastes! In a living room, the ideal is to place a rug under your coffee table, in front of your sofa. In your bedroom, a rug at the foot of the bed will soften your mornings, even the most difficult ones! For a Scandinavian style, opt for a macramé rug. If you prefer the cozy side, the faux fur rug will satisfy you.

See our rugs, here

The candles

Want a subdued and warm atmosphere? There's nothing better for this than candles! To decorate your interior, play with different styles of candlesticks or candlesticks. You can also choose scented candles. However, if you have several, avoid lighting them at the same time so as not to mix the fragrances! You can install them on your tables, on furniture or shelves. Consider having some in your bathroom to create a relaxing spa atmosphere when you take a nice bath!

Arcs candle holder - Hay, here


Frames are small elements that will personalize your interior. You can choose photos taken by yourself, of your friends or family for example, or images found on the internet that inspire you. On a piece of furniture or on a shelf, the frames will dress your furniture wonderfully. You can also hang some on the wall, and even create a wall of matching frames! If you choose this option, keep in mind that the whole formed by your frames must be harmonious.


Want to invite nature into your home? Add some small plants, or bouquets of flowers! For an extra decorative touch, play with the different shapes and colors of vases and pots available on the market. To dress up furniture, as decoration on wall shelves, or on the floor, plants are ideal for creating a “zen” atmosphere in your interior. If you don't have a green thumb, you can definitely buy fake plants or flowers; some really look real, and you won't have to worry about watering and sunshine!

Ferm Living Pot Speckle in off-white earthenware Ø18.5x19cm - Wonen met LEF!
Speckle Pot by Trine Andersen - Ferm Living, here

The mirrors

It is well known that mirrors are often used to give the impression of depth to a room. They come in various sizes and shapes, to be placed on a piece of furniture or fixed to the wall. To integrate a mirror into your interior, you can place a large model on the floor, or create a wall of mirrors for example. Remember to match them, the result will be even more harmonious!

Now that we have given you some ideas for decorating your interior using small details that you can change as you wish, we offer you a selection of items to highlight your home. These items are available on The Woods Gallery website, as well as in our Montmartre store.

Pond L mirror - Ferm Living

Pond Large Brass Mirror by Trine Andersen - Ferm Living, here