Gone are the days of a 3-piece suite of the same matching sofa, armchair and footstool all in the same coloured fabric. Having the same uniform colour across your whole room will actually dampen the space and make it look smaller. These are the rules of visualisation, having a lot of the same thing tricks the eye into thinking that there is more if it than there actually is. By breaking things up and having more contrast going on within the room is going to open up the space and make it look bigger.
A lot of the trends we see now, particularly in fashion and interior design, are trends that have come full circle, from when our parents are young, and made a reappearance into our homes again. We spend so much time talking about fabrics and textures and colours that we sometimes completely forget about leather.
Introducing a 'greener' attitude is always a hot topic and is increasingly more relevant in 2019 especially. We have all seen the documentaries and read the articles making it seem too huge of an issue to attempt to tackle. Making your home eco-friendly and introducing sustainable changes may seem too difficult to incorporate, however this is still worth considering as something that might change your entire life for the better.
Mirrors are a cunning way to deceive the eye and are a great decorating tool in all sorts of situations. Mirrors can be used to enhance something or deflect attention away from it. Awkward spaces, such as rooms with a sloping ceiling or a gap too small to fit a piece of furniture, can be repurposed with a mirror.
Scandinavians adapted a distinctive way of living that evolves around interior design, in order to improve their daily life. Some of the main characteristics of Scandinavian design are clean lines, comforting accessories, small compact sizes, simple accents, rustic and refined at the same time.
For a lot of people, especially in this non-stop modern time we live in, the bedroom is a place of solitude and peace. A sanctuary that can be completely your own. You can decorate it to your own taste and comfort to create a space that is quite simply, unique to you.
With the clocks moving forward at the end of this month it is hard not to look forward to the longer days. The sun coming out, festivals, picnics… you name it there are loads of reasons to be excited for summer! This being said, no matter what time of year it is, Camerich aim to help you cast a new light on your space if you are simply touching up or trying out something completely new.
Whilst I am beginning to think that this is a common issue, especially in England, people often look for kitchen/closet/bedroom sofas that are around 160cm.
Look no further, here at Camerich, we offer a wide variety of ranges that work perfectly with this number.
Sideboards are a great accessory to add to every home. Although they are traditionally designed to be used in dining rooms to store plates, crockery and other dining accessories, there are countless other uses for them.
In 2019 it is time to bring the outdoors, indoors. There are many increasingly popular ways of using concrete in our homes from furnishings such as dining tables and work surfaces, to floors and walls.
Get the Look: Soho NY showroom
This industrial style space has been designed with a focus on the furniture, with the walls and ceilings completely whitewashed and a neutral floor to add depth.
Here at Camerich you can choose between over 100 different fabric and leather options providing you with so much choice!
Now for making the decision which one. Fabric and leather both have their advantages and disadvantages - there is no right or wrong answer, it just depends on what suits your lifestyle.
Monochrome is a classic combination, but in recent years we’ve seen trends favouring a commitment to either/or rather than bringing the two classics together. This trend is also an ideal way to seamlessly blend old and new interiors
In a time where most of us, spend sixty percent of our lives at work, office space has a significant impact on our well-being. The department for Business Innovation and Skills states that “employee well-being is strongly correlated to employee productivity and performance” According to the newest survey from Fidelity, Millennials are happier to take a pay cut and work for a company with a healthier life-balance and a better work culture.