The cold season is now upon us, and with the frantic festivities just around the corner, now is the time to stay cosy and warm inside and take some time to respite. Whether it’s reading, doodling, the crossword, playing music or simply daydreaming, everyone needs time to escape and get lost in thought.
Summer is long gone and autumn is well under way which means we can say a big hello to those great Autumn colours! Zest is a big hit on this year’s colour chart ‘hot list’ and you can’t deny that this colour is eye-catching and perfect to add a unique feature in your room. Whether it’s a full piece of furniture or a small ornament, popping Zest into your scheme will add the colour and diversity your space may need.
Halloween is upon us and celebrations are well underway. If your pumpkin is carved and your costume is waiting in your wardrobe, take a look through our Halloween inspiration and furniture that’s perfect for the occasion.
Headboards are becoming more and more of a statement feature in a room. Many different types are being considered for different spaces such as contemporary, minimal, industrial, sustainable, classic and many more. These categories can include different materials such as timber, ceramic, upholstered and metals etc.
As a celebration of our new range of fabrics, some of our favourite Camerich sofas have had a makeover and are now making an appearance in a completely new colour across our showrooms.
Predicted to be one of the new hot trends for 2017 terracotta is coming back in, the current white-tone trend will give way to warm tones and matte terracotta tiles. When you think terracotta it doesn’t automatically have to be bright orange, rustic and loud, an array of effects can be created, it just all depends on how you play it.
Camerich have recently launched a collection of thoughtfully designed products that are both practical and aestheically pleasing, perfect for social events.
What makes an interior appealing? The overriding question that dominates our thoughts when designing a space. The broad answer to that question would be; aspects that appeal to the senses – sight, sound, scent, and touch. In terms of interior design, sight and touch play the most significant role when it comes to creating a sensory-pleasing space.
The Memphis movement was founded in December 1980 by the Italian Postmodernist designer and architect Ettore Sottsass. Sottsass decided to gather a group of young designers together in Milan to discuss his plans to produce a line of furniture with no set formula.
Sideboards. Once just something Granny kept the Sherry in. Or the spare sherry anyway, if your Granny, like mine, had a devoted drinks cabinet as well as a sideboard.
Not everyone can afford to live like a millionaire. Designer price tags have sky rocketed over the last decade but this doesn’t mean we have to adhere to these demanding prices! There are ways we can live like a millionaire without spending like one.
More than ever before, the lighting industry has become more and more customised and creative. Home owners are becoming more daring and want something more unique and personal within their home. Handmade lgithing has played a big part in design schemes over the last year and its popularity is still projected to increase over the coming months
Pinks and Purples - Some people automatically assume that these shades are more for children than sophisticated adults. However, these colours can add warmth and character to the room, especially within a smaller space. Calming colours like lavender are trending as it is a soothing shade with room to boldly accessorise.
Leather is making a comeback and it’s not only in our wardrobes or on our sofas. More traditionally, leather was used for sofas and armchairs. But interior trends have changed and have now expanded. People use leather for their walls, tables and accessories. The idea that leather is masculine is long gone.