We think detoxing our home means de-cluttering and creating tranquil spaces to escape from the chaos of modern living. Of course, you can detoxify your environment through introducing the outdoors, in doors. Exposed beams, natural light and plants are all features which can make an interior immediately tranquil. But detoxing can also involve refreshing your interiors with more environmentally friendly and ethically sourced products.
Modular sofa ranges tend to be the most popular choice for a TV room, take a look below and see how you can create some interesting media room set ups with the help of our Camerich ranges. The most popular options tend to be the Freetown and Era sofa ranges.
According to Pantone, Blue is the new Black. Blue is everywhere when it comes to interiors, from textiles to walls and furniture, blue is the colour of 2020. Create a beautiful setting by being brave with colour.
Now that we have entered the month of January and are no longer surrounded by the Christmas magic, everything can feel quite dull. But there are easy ways to create a cosy and refreshed feel to your space. One of the easist ways is by adding cushions. Here are three different looks you can create using cushions.
For many people, Christmas dinner is the highlight of the season, it is planned down to the miniscule details and not only is a feast for your taste, but all of your senses. The setting of the table automatically sets the tone of what is expected in the meal to come. You don’t even have to spend a fortune, by using a few key pieces you can pull your theme together.
The season of layers has approached! As well as the number of clothing layers has increased, we can create layers with our furniture.
Camerich Furniture has a great variety of matching and complimentary pieces, which help bring your space together.
With Christmas now fast approaching it is the season for giving. Be it a present for your loved one or a treat for yourself, we have put together some of our top picks for you this festive season to help you on your way to finding the perfect piece.
The concept of a breakfast counter is a creative way to sneak some extra space and funcitonality into your kitchen, even homes with a seperate dining room will find a breakfast counter can be hugely relevant. It can double up as a desk, a handy space for paperwork, and of course for an evening beverage.
When you think about geometry things like Points, lines, and angles will come to mind – It can take you back to classroom days trying to use a compas or protractor. Geometry is the science of shapes, however the priciples can be useful when applied creatively to your interior styling.
Lazy time and Lazy time plus in haze fabric is a great minimal sofa that does not compromise on comfort. Rubix coffee table is a great addition as it offers the option to play around with colours and finishes and adds a more interesting look – coming in brown mystique marble, and camel leather or Carrara marble and black leather adding to the minimalistic style.
Storage is a vital feature in all accommodations. Camerich has designed sleek storage furniture that caters to a variety of spaces.
The Coast Storage Unit is a modern styled storage and shelving piece which can be used in many ways.
This range is very special as it gives you the flexibility to add drawers and shelving. The coast gives you the chance to use this as shelf or as a TV console area by adding sliding glass doors.
A fantastic option to consider when finalising the colour scheme for your room is the use of your own custom material. This is the ideal way to inject some of your own identity into the space.
We are very excited to announce some fabulous new pieces to the camerich collection, along with some brand new fabrics to join our extensive range!
The days are now starting to get shorter and the sun sets earlier, allowing us to make great use of candles and lamps in the eveneing. In recent years Camerich has worked along side the lighting company Flos.
Flos create interesting geometries within a space, unlike a “normal lamp”. The relationship between lamps and spaces is often neglected, even though your lighting “sets the mood”, which is very important.