Keeping plants in your home not only make your space look beautiful but can also bring many physical and mental health benefits. For those of you living in cities where the air quality is bad, indoors can actually end up being 12 times more polluted! Research shows that many houseplants can improve your health and fight these pollutants in your home. As well as eliminating harmful gases in the air, plants can help fight colds, reduce stress, anxiety and depression.
The centre of family time within the 21st Century home appeared to consist of hurdling around the kitchen table over a tea or coffee. However there has gradually been a movement of space making way for a more comfortable and snug setting within the TV room; where gathering around and indulging in an addictive TV series or a movie seems to be a thing of now.
The colour palette in the majority of our homes is one that almost mimics the vast array of colours in the natural world. From the blues and greens of the ocean to the reds and greens of the flowerbed and everything in-between. Humans have been fascinated with nature, living alongside it, around it, and since the first houses were erected attempting to mimic it in our homes. Wood carving, stonework, painting the walls. Our inspiration has been the great outdoors. As a result a theme has woven its way throughout almost every home in the western world.
When living in a small space, you unfortunately have to make some compromises when it comes to furniture buying, decorating and even storage solutions. There are plenty of easy solutions which help make your small space look larger, more inviting and sleek.
This blog is dedicated to the timeless and distinctive herringbone pattern and its use within interiors and design.
The pattern, named for its resemblance to the skeleton of a herring fish, is a wonderfully versatile fabric used in fashion, furniture, graphic design and artwork. This truly adaptable design is seen everywhere.
If you have been to the Greek islands, you probably were awed by uniqueness of the architecture and design. The whitewashed structures and the blue domed little churches are truly a sight to behold. Now you can relive your Santorini experience by creating distinctly Grecian interiors in your home!
Renowned Japanese architect Toyo Ito has designed a range of lamps for Yamagiwa and are now available at Camerich.
This blog will look at some mirrors that are taking this ordinary piece of vanity to the next level, by incorporating all sorts of inventive shapes and reflective designs into the mix.From digital fairytale mirrors that creatively reacts to your movement to those that uniquely resemble neon vortexes, these futuristic mirror designs are cleverly revamping the way people view themselves in these reflective devices.
With summer fast approaching we welcome the sunshine, warm weather and blue skies with open arms. This may be the perfect time to consider adding a splash of colour into your interior to add light as well as contrast against your original colour scheme.
Disco balls, side burns, roller skates, Star Wars, walkmans, and lava lamps are to name a few things that came out of the 70's. The fashion world in particular has returned to retro this spring/summer with knitted tops from Miu Miu, Louis Vuitton’s A-Line coats and even Alexa Chung has launched a 60s/70s inspired collection available at Selfridges. So there is plenty of fun to be had with suede, tassels, quirky prints, embellishments and flares!