The Ombre effect has boomed in every part of our lives recently. People are eating ombre cakes, dying their hair ombre, and now it has also made its way into our homes!
August 2015 is coming to a close which means it’s time to dress up in your most colourful attire and take part in the Notting Hill Carnival celebrations this bank holiday weekend.
Imagine the pristine beauty of snow covered landscapes, and white topped mountain ranges, imagine a white washed church resting on the side of a Grecian mountain against the backdrop of a clear pale blue sky and white scorched sand. Imagine a waterfall of pure whiteness crashing across the rocks and receding to a sponge of aerated white foam.
Belgium’s second largest city Antwerp is an intriguing place to visit, filled with culture, art nouveau and cobbled streets, there are endless things to see and do. See below for a few favourites from the trip.
When one thinks of oriental interior design, images of cherry blossoms, koi fish and water features spring to mind. However Asian design expands much further than this and is all about the art of feng shui (the Chinese philosophical system of harmonizing everything in a surrounding environment).
A place where men can dwell, a sanctuary for the modern Neanderthal.
Whether it be for the sports mad jock, the film crazed nerd or maybe for the pool shark among us. The man cave allows the modern man to hide away his less family friendly interests. Let’s face it a pool table in the lounge is never going to go down well.
Pets and sofas can be a risky combination. No matter how hard you try to keep those furry friends off, they always find a way to get away with it.
Now that summer is here, it is a perfect time to revive your sofa. It is important not to miss out this out in the design process as your sofa is a very quick and inexpensive way to give a little lift to your whole living room. We have put together some ideas to help you get inspired!
Artists experimenting with interiors is not a new phenomenon. High profile individuals, such as Francis Bacon and Alexander Calder, both dabbled in rug design during their early careers. The result is an intriguing mix of art and design.
It appears as if the trend for Geometric Design is here to stay, and we at Camerich could not be happier! It is a truly versatile aesthetic that can be adapted to fit almost any interior, from retro to contemporary, global to vernacular and minimal to eclectic. In this blog we explore 5 ways in which you can introduce geometric design to your home, with the help of a few choice purchases and even a bit of D.I.Y.