High celings are a wonderful feature in many period properties but unfortuntely with new builds they often lack the space.
The trick to combat this is to camouflge, draw the eye away from focusing on it. A great way to do this is with furniture but you don’t need to go miniture, the trick is to go lower.
Exposed brick is so 90’s it’s all about the raw industrial finishes, concrete creates a modern sophistication whilst keeping the interior warm and inviting. We aren’t all lucky enough to live in an industrial converted warehouse but there are certain ways to give your home that sought after urban feel.
RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) House of the Year is a prize that is awarded each year to the best new, architect designed house in the UK. The award used to be called the ‘RIBA Manser Medal’ and was established in 2001. It is sponsored by Hiscox Home Insurance, who consequently feature on the judging panel, along with a selection of other industry experts.
The decade that gave us Bee Gee’s, ABBA and great disco moves, the Seventies are in full swing on making a great comeback! It’s only fair to ask ourselves, ‘Can you dig it?’
We search for properties that offer fireplaces, reclaimed wooden floors, beautiful moulding details and big widows, searching for a place that we can make a home.
Afternoon tea is a British tradition that consists of having tea, cakes and crumpets in the afternoon and is not only a great way to socialise but also a tradition that is still strongly upheld within British society. It is both formal and relaxing. Formal in terms of the location that it usually takes place in and its luxurious décor and relaxing as you are simply treating yourself.
This is the exhibition modernist design lovers have been waiting for! The work of the dynamic duo Charles and Ray Eames went on display last week at London’s Barbican centre.
We have recently introduced two new wood finishes to our collection, brown walnut and light oak. These finishes should give more flexibility if the existing wood we offer is too dark for your interior, while retaining the same high-end quality you would expect from Camerich.