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Home accents and accessories for decorating the home

Looking to redecorate or add to your home? Explore a variety of home accessories and homeware to make your life more comfortable, organized and stylish. Browse all the home accents IKEA Marketplace online has to offer like decorations, lighting, kitchenware, textiles, rugs, storage, electronics, children’s products and more.

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What is the IKEA Marketplace?

At your local IKEA store, there is an area called the Marketplace that is filled with affordable home accessories for every room, from cooking essentials and bedding, lighting and décor, small storage solutions, plant pots and so much more. Now, you can find all these things here at the online IKEA Marketplace, too. 

What are home accessories?

Home furnishing accessories are any smaller items in your house, so basically not large furniture pieces. They also can have a decorative element beyond their simple functionality. These kinds of accessories for decorating the home include curtains, tablecloths, wall art, plants, pots, baskets, vases and rugs to name a few. More functional types of accessories include lamps, kitchenware, hooks and electronics. You can use these home accents to create the style and color scheme you’re looking for in each room. They also help you personalize your space by showing off your interests and your unique character.

What is homeware and what does it include?

The term homeware is a bit more specific. It refers to the equipment of your house, or in other words, the small, functional accessories that make your life a bit easier day to day. Homewares include kitchen accessories[AI1]  like plates, cutlery, glasses, trays, dish brushes or food storage. It also includes living room items like clocks, lamps, power cords or watering cans for plants, and bedroom essentials like mattress protectors, children’s products, or shelving. It even can include bathroom accessories like soap dispensers, mirrors, hooks, bins or toothbrush holders. That’s not to say this kind of home stuff can’t be decorative too, but just that its primary use in your house is to serve a particular need.

How to choose home accents

There are a few factors that come into play when deciding which home accessories to decorate with. A good first step is to do some research. Look into color schemes and styles to see what fits your tastes. On this page, you can browse home stuff by color, style, popularity, sustainability and more (scroll up to see the different options). An important aspect, at the heart of these choices, is showing off your personality – both for your guests but also for yourself, so you can feel comfortable in your home.

How to organise your home furnishing accessories

When choosing accessories for decorating the home, it’s important to consider the room layout and how different items relate to each other. Your items should be paired together by their looks, colors, materials and styles. For instance, keep wooden items near wooden items, metal items near metal items, and accessories within a color scheme near other objects within that scheme. 

Another approach is to think about shape and size. In this case, it’s sometimes wise to mix up your home accents so that larger ones are next to smaller ones, taller ones next to shorter ones, and so on. This helps make the space more visually interesting.