Now that Autumn has arrived, Berry colours are in season and trending for interiors! As the weather becomes cooler outside, you can incorporate deep rich colours into your home for a warmer and inviting feel.
Being faced with a blank room can be very daunting, whether it’s a new build and you’re starting from scratch or you’re having a renovation, choosing new furniture and a theme for the room is a scary task.
The important thing to remember is to inject some personality into the space. You can still keep the colours simple, but by adding a few personal touches and focusing on some quirky details your space will be sure to hit the mark.
At this time of the year, anyone in London can tell you that we probably get all four seasons in one day! Undoubtedly, the slow decline into winter becomes increasingly apparent as the sky darkens and the summer breeze now has a bite to it.
The arrival of our new chair designs has further cemented the strong nod towards the 60s and 70s.
At Camerich, we have reinterpreted retro styles into somewhat trend driven modern day classics.
The Ease Lounge chair looks like it might belong in Ray & Charles Eames’ home, yet in this cobalt blue fabric it works well next to a chic Mystique Marble side table, and the industrial matte black floor lamp. But, order it in one of our new leathers, such as Safari or Tumeric and you can also hint at mid-century styling.
Whilst the white marble trend may have slowed a little, marble itself is still a strong material of choice for many interior designers. Our brand-new Mystique Marble is now available as an option on all our existing Marble products, as well on our new products.
This season is about switching up those boring bed sheets. We spend around a third of our lives in bed, so why not do so in style; Ditch the plain white duvet and go for something interesting. Whether it’s a gorgeous chunky knit throw to make your room look modern, or a more traditional a homey quilt, make your bedding reflect you.
With showrooms solely based in London, we at Camerich know that space is tight in London homes. Time and time again we solve customer’s space dilemmas, helping them create functional and stylish homes.
Geometric patterns can be incorporated seamlessly into any interior space to add a touch of visual interest to your interiors. The geometric trend is becoming popular this year and any space can be enhanced with this theme. Geometric patterns can be on free standing furniture, home décors and even on walls.
The all new popular hashtag #shelfie has taken the social media world by a storm; the latest trend showcases unique and innovative bookshelf interiors perfect for any bookworm.
Here at Camerich all our furniture is made with exceptional attention to detail by dedicated craftsmen. Using the best and ethically sourced materials, it is to no surprise that all of our sofas and beds come with a 15 years’ frame guarantee. You can therefore rest assured that by choosing CAMERICH you are in very safe hands.
Jewel tones can make a great statement and you can either decorate an interior with several of these hues, or use them to add a pop of colour in a neutral coloured space
It’s the holiday season and everyone is dreaming about being amidst the clouds on route to their long-awaited holiday destination……
We already know of the notoriously glamorous hotels with extravagant interiors; the Ritz, the Savoy, Sketch – but, let us consider London’s other restaurants and hotels that define the city and its aesthetic. Since we have 5 showrooms in London, what best way to map out the little design gems other than to relate them to our showrooms.
The Chelsea & Fulham showroom is situated on the New Kings Road in Fulham and is surrounded by many luxury interior and furniture companies as well as beautifully inspired hotels and restaurants. First of all is ‘The Ivy’ – famous globally for its distinctive style which is inspired by both British and French gardens.