Let’s take a trip across the sea and back in time to the sun-drenched Italian countryside. Inspired by romance, beauty and long-lasting craftsmanship, Tuscan style brings old-world European charm with dramatic flair to modern-day living spaces.
According to recent Interior design trends, the new upcoming movement is all about upholstering headboards in bright and brave patterned fabrics. Here at Camerich our extensive fabric range can help you achieve exactly this – 2017 is all about statements and whilst it’s common to bring a punch into your living space why not try the bedroom, a different but effective take on re-designing your home.
Hygge: this was the top trending word in 2016. What is hygge? Hygge is a pleasant and highly valued everyday experience of safety, equality, personal wholeness and a spontaneous social flow, so what can Hygge mean for us in the hustle and bustle of busy London life?
The colour grey. When you see it, what do you think? Dull, industrial, sombre? When in fact, it is one of the most calming, neutral and balanced colours there is.
‘There is nothing more human then the will to survive’.
The Camerich presence was certainly there in the making of the smash hit film ‘Ex Machina. The film sets included many Camerich products and we’re here to let you know which products to use to create the same look.
Once upon a time we would look at bare brick walls and concrete floors and think ‘building site’, nowadays there’s nothing quite as chick as leaving your walls and floors completely naked.
Recently, we are seeing so many exquisitely designed interiors with the incorporation of velvet. Velvet instantly upgrades any piece of furniture to a much higher standard thanks to its luxurious and rich texture and appearance. Going back centuries, velvet has always been seen as a highly-praised material and is often connected with royalty and wealth.
In the theme of spring, here at Camerich we are picking out our favourites for the month of April so here’s a rundown of what we’re loving this month and ways in which you can intertwine Easter accents into your interiors.
Today is the day for copper and grey! In 2016 we saw many trends pass through the design spectrum but this year, we’d love to see more copper and grey combinations. Grey is a timeless neutral colour that has taken the last few years by storm. As grey can be quite flat depending on the texture, this makes it the perfect partner to team copper up with.
Specific hues trigger different emotions, thoughts and reactions, not to mention completely adjust your mood. To put it simply, colour can make or break an environment.
Time and design have moved on from the days when we were once confined to a few simple pigments, our options are no longer what animals, plants and our environment had to offer however, with choice comes an overwhelming amount of pressure.
In our 21st century world it seems we are all beginning to respect nature and the earth a little bit more. We are all much more economically aware and many of us feel it’s our duty to live a greener, sustainable life style.
Finally the warmer months are now in full swing – the month of March gives us a chance to have a look at potential fits perfect for the spring time season – we can officially begin to spruce our homes using an array of textures and finishes, here at Camerich we allow you to do just that from our 100+ fabrics to select from, our range also include leathers finishes to our beautifully finished woods.
When walking into one of our Camerich showrooms you will find yourself surrounded by a sea of perfectly plumped cushions and pillows. We use our plumping techniques and knowledge to achieve this refined and perfect look.
Nautical interior design is the perfect way to make you feel like the ocean is always near. The many different hues of blues, the golden sand-like colours and all of the beach accessories in between. So if you love to be beside the seaside, a nautical home makeover could be just what you need.