Even though the weather might be grey, it’s time to start using it as inspiration for our home. Forget the grey skies, this colour has now come inside to be a staple to our interior.
Cool tone greys can be used in your home to balance a space, and add an element of calm and create a cosy environment for relaxing.
Lacquer is coating which gives the ideal contemporary finish to all woods, creating a range of finishes from ultra matte to a high gloss on your surface. It is an exeptionally durable product, it can be whipped clean and with its high gloss finish it can open up a space and reflect the light.
It can be agreed that a fire place if the heart of a home. They can be either a phenomenal statement feature or a subtle detail on your terrace. A contemporary fireplace is the perfect way to introduce lavish luxury to your property.
Since the middle ages, the Far East has been known to Europeans only through the luxury goods than penetrated westwards i.e. Silks, Lacquer, Porcelain, Ivory etc. It is not secret that lately oriental inspired furniture has been in high demand to many people. The beauty of Asian inspired furniture lies in its practicality and simplicity with its own special charm.
Camerich have released an exciting new range of chairs called the Nobel range, they are contemporary yet comfortable. The chairs can be made in your choice of leather or fabric, chosen from our vast range of fabric swatches.
Declaring yourself a Gold or a Silver person has always seemed the norm not only for hardware and interiors but fashion and jewelery too. Sticking to one metallic preference can be a really tough decision, especially if you find a beautiful new piece which just doesn’t quite fit with your existing metallic colour scheme. However why should we have to pick between Gold or Silver when there are so many beautiful metallic touches which can bring a variety of moods not only to your home appliances but also provide great inspiration for interior styling, textiles, and ceramics. From Brass, Nickel and Steel to Rose Gold, Copper and Bronze, sticking to just one can seem impossible. The trick is to be able to match the tones just right and create a perfect mixture.
With so many of us choosing to use our collections of books as decoration inside our homes, from recipe books and fashion publications to literature and fiction, we tend to display our tomes with pride and a sense of accomplishment. However, a bookshelf no longer needs to be ordinary and modest when it can be used to create a stunning feature with personality as well as being a useful home for our favorite pages. Creative storage can become just as interesting as the objects which are being showcased.
Flowers - For saying Congratulations, I Love You, I’m Sorry, Births Marriages Deaths, For Lovers, Mothers, Thank you’s, For a friend in need, or Just to make them Smile. We give flowers for many reasons, but one thing remains constant, the sense of occasion. Be it celebration or commiseration, the delicate, ephemeral beauty of flowers expresses that something is happening right now…
Japanese design and philosophy is innately simple; light, space, line and quality materials are just a few of the essential elements used to create a Zen, minimalist space. Thousands of years immersed in tradition have influenced the design aesthetic in Japan, creating cultured and serene Interior and exterior settings.
In this digital age, it is easy to read everything from your phone, tablet or computer. The technological feats will continue to impress and draw us in, however, the beauty of the book needs to be celebrated and remembered in our lives and what’s more, in our interiors.
Escaping away to a hotel is the ultimate retreat; the time where you can enjoy the luxurious setting, the chic interiors and order room service from the comfort of your own bed! Here at Camerich, we believe you can bring some of these comforts into your own home, by designing your house with pieces that make you feel at ease and promote high end, luxury design.
As we grow older it is often thought that we become more professional and serious, in the process losing some of our creativity and playfulness. This does not need to be the case, by injecting some creativity and excitement into our homes our playful sides can come alive
I have always loved images of interiors with a natural theme and beautiful spaces that use colour and texture to make you picture the great outdoors. Perhaps this is because my childhood growing up in the country side or my hobby as a painter, either way I can’t help but dream to live in a plant filled, dark green New York loft with exposed brickwork.
A concurring trend prediction by both Houzz and Elle Décor Magazine of the ‘tech-less living space’ is shaking up the interior world. Homeowners are looking for spaces that devoid the use of screens so that socialising and a well needed respite from the technology driven aspect of our generation is present.