The idea that rearranging the furniture in your home will bring you happiness is no doubt somewhat debatable, however the basic principles of Feng Shui can be a useful tool when trying to create a cohesive layout and enjoyable space in your home. Feng Shui is all about the placement of possessions to create a nice flow within the space, to promote positivity.
A massive trend that Camerich absolutely loves is open space living. There are so many benefits to having your home in this style. The overall appearance of your home and living space becomes much freer, it increases lighting opportunities and aids in communal living, bringing family and friends together.
Do you have a small space that needs filling, but you can’t quite find the right piece? Look no further! At Camerich we have a number of smaller sofas that can fit in to a small gap that you may have. Firstly, consider style. Once you set your mind on the style you’d like to go for its easy to pick out the pieces that may work for you.
Velvet is known to be one of the most luxuriously soft and exuding fabrics. Is has always been in fashion but is increasingly becoming a favourite in interiors this year. Velvets are more desirable in rich colours and can make any space appear glamourous. Velvet however, is a distinct fabric as it is always changing, which doesn’t make it a popular choice amongst perfectionists!
The Bedroom is arguably one of the most important rooms in the house, as this is your own personal retreat in which to recuperate and get some all-important rest. We spend around a third of our lives asleep, so your bedroom should be a place you just can’t wait to escape to after a long day - hence careful attention should be paid to the styling and layout of the space, to ensure it perfectly meets your needs.
Key elements within a room can really bring the space alive. This can be done in many different ways. It’s never wrong to be daring, find a colour you love, stick to it and bring it into small elements around the room to tie it all together. When bringing colours into a room, don’t go over board with the range of your palette, find one key colour and use this to decorate your neutral canvas.
Modular, boxy, yet just as cosy as our other ranges, the Rubix series uniquely features decorative piping available in four different colour choices. Varied modular components, including attachable sofa arms allow for unrivalled flexibility. The sofa arms are available in Marble and Walnut tops and are paired with our FU Leathers.
The Russian interior design firm Archetype have refreshed the colour red with a calming base of various shades of beige and added a touch of modern luxury through brass lighting and shelving.
Marble has been one of the biggest trends over the past few years, it has truly been a massive feature in Interiors. The blend of earthy and natural look with a mix of sophistication and luxury that creates an instant timeless appeal.
‘DEN- a room, often secluded, in a house or apartment, designed to provide a quiet, comfortable, and informal atmosphere for conversation, reading, and writing’
For many, grey is still the neutral colour of choice for many interiors. However, this summer it’s looking like go bold or go home! It can be said that more people are feeling braver with their colour choices with not only furniture pieces but walls and floors as well. As you’ll be well aware, we have a new collection of rich luscious velvets that enhance the shades of spring/summer this year.
With so many fabulous sofa ranges to consider it can be a daunting task to find the style that best fits all of your needs. At Camerich our friendly team are here to help match-make you with the perfect fit, and find the style that's perfect for you!
Not all of us understand the many benefits of having plant life in our homes. Not only are they aesthetically pleasing, they also have many health benefits too! Studies have actually shown that having plant life in your home can boost your mood, relieve stress, helps you sleep well, boost concentration, and productivity! The list goes on!
Redesigned by Grade New York, this eclectic Tribe Loft apartment boasts quirky pieces with a simple, classic backdrop of white walls and wooden beams/lintels. The apartment is scattered with the client’s own artwork, which incidentally inspired the colour scheme of the furniture.