1. The steel Watch Me Wall Clock designed by Rasmus Gottliebsen for Normann Copenhagen, is £35 at Southbank Centre Shops, Belvedere Road, SE1 (shop.southbankcentre.co.uk)
2. The ultimate exercise in colour blocking is The Snail (1953) by Matisse. Gouache cut-outs pasted on to paper were mounted on canvas. This image comes in a range of formats. Prices from 75p for a postcard (shop.tate.org.uk).
3. The Kiss, London designer Sonya Winner's new rug, is inspired by Matisse's vibrant, joyful cut-outs. Winner experiments first with cut coloured tissue paper, then works on the design on the computer, and finally translates it into wool and silk. Prices from £1,995 (sonyawinner.com).
4. Sonya Winner's best-selling After Matisse rug comes in nine sizes, from £595, or it can be custom-made to any size by hand in India, by Goodweave artisans using New Zealand wool (sonyawinner.com)
5. Boulder display cupboards are in oak-veneered plywood and black Valchromat — an eco-friendly wood fibreboard. They are finished with eco-friendly water-based paints, oils and waxes, and designed and made in the UK by CoucouManou (£1,595; coucoumanou.com).
9. Vessels in coloured glass combined with grey or beige ceramic have been designed for Tate Modern by Utopia & Utility to mark its Matisse exhibition. Prices from £120 (shop.tate.org.uk).
7. Suki Cheema stocks Matisse-style cushions. Part of the Spring in Jaipur collection, the Rozen design, left, is £102 and the Chandi pillow is £70 (sukicheema.com).
8. Harlequin cushions by Sonya Winner are in a choice of five colourways inspired by Matisse. Printed on to faux suede, they cost £65 each, complete with pad, or £185 for three (sonyawinner.com).