Have you ever heard of a flea market interior? The name says it already, as many items in the interior come from a flea market. I love to stroll over a flea market but there are also plenty of people who hate it. For those who share the passion of flea markets with me, I would like to show you this flea market interior from Denmark.
A Flea Market Interior
This beautiful house in Denmark is not entirely decorated in a Scandinavian interior style. It could also be an English cottage house. Have a look, you might spot a number of flea market items?
The chandeliers above the dining room are finds from the flea market. Also the beautiful sideboard is from a flea market. The Eames DSW chairs are new, but are also often found at flea markets where traders are. These olive green Eames DSW chairs give the room a fresh atmosphere.
A great idea for when you are at the flea market is to look for old frames with drawings and paintings like these two above the rack. They immediately tell a beautiful and authentic story.
Decorations like this antler on the wall, crockery or decorative pillows are plenty to be found at flea markets and fit very well in a flea market interior.
The living room has many windows that let the light enter the room. The flea market items here are for example the cushions on the sofa, the rattan chair and the green chest of drawers in the left corner.
I’m curious, do you love to go to flea markets or would you rather buy new furniture?