When you think of Paris, what comes to mind is the glamour that combines the urban feel of one of the most famous European cities and a rich history that has been part of it for years.

If you are the kind to be inspired by the romanticism of this beautiful city, then you are more likely to embrace Parisian decor for your living room walls.

The following are some ideas that you could try out.

Paris Furniture


You can turn your sofa sets and normal chairs into Parisian art by using covers that have images of all the different famous structures. From the famous Eiffel Tower to the imposing Notre Dame. Depending on the color of your seats, you can alternate the colors to match everything in the house.

White seats would create the best effects since they can house any other color without compromising their visibility. You can go a step further and match everything with what is on the wall to create a trippy effect where everything from the floor to the ceiling is connected by the same form of art.

Eiffel Tower


The Eiffel Tower on its own is an art, and it can be used in a number of ways around the house. The most common one would be a miniature statue placed on a shelf or the table. You could also go big and get a human-sized Eiffel Tower and have it occupy a corner of the house as a standing piece of art. It can either be made out of wood or wires.

You can add other items to the tower to add to the beauty of it. Hang little dolls or star-shaped ornaments or even cover them with LED strip lights that glow when you turn the lights off. It can even double up as an artistic version of a shelf where you can place a plant pot at the top.

Wall Art


Paris is full of beautiful art that can be immortalized on walls or on framed pictures. You can choose to go with a wall mural of the Eiffel Tower or Notre Dame, or the Louvre and have them painted side by side across the wall, overlapping onto the ceiling against a white or chalkboard background depending on your preferences.

Another option would be to sketch smaller versions of the structures over and over again across one side of the wall to create something that looks like wallpaper.

You can also hang up real pictures of the Parisian cityscape with all its unique homes with a rich history. The framed images and paintings don’t have to be big, but you are free to add more than one as long as you have the space for it.

If you are an artist yourself, then this would be cheaper and more fun, and you can always change them every few months once you sketch up something new.

Partition Walls


One unique thing that Parisian architecture styles are known for high ceilings. They are so high that at times you could fit two-story buildings into a single space going up. This makes partitioning a room quite of a challenge if you decide to go with walls.

However, for the creative ones, this is an opportunity to try something artistic. You could choose to make partition walls to separate the different parts of the same room using cardboards with art or glass or curtains.

The best option would be to use a moveable cardboard wall that can have the silhouette of the Parisian cityscape with all the notable structures visible from afar. You can have it all sketched in all types of colors as you see fit.



France has a rich history that dates back to centuries to a time where the country was ruled by Monarchs. You could have statues of famous figures like de Guille, Marie Antoinette, and others as props that could be laced on shelves.

If you have the means and space, you can have a lifesize statue around the house, and that would add to the Parisian decor that you are pursuing.


You may have all the best ideas in the world, but implementing them can be hard since choosing what to use and what to discard can be a little difficult, especially if your pool of choices is extensive.

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