Red is a very daring colour that may require more thought than any other when it comes to interior decorating and furnishing. Red can look very different in each space, so you need to think how and where you want to use it to create the maximum impact in the room.
Moving away from the tech-dominated décor we saw leading the 2018 design trends, 2019 offers re-emerging, natural materials such as copper, stone, concrete and granite. These foundations create a fresh and serene ambience to your earthy abode.
Pantone have revealed their forecast for 2019 and their colour of the year has been announced as 'Living Coral'.
Accessories are the jewellery of the home. Adding layers of detailed elements within spaces will create a vibrant punch to a room. Including items that hold sentimental value is key when personalizing a space. Accessories such as artwork can be great conversational pieces. These finishing touches not only create ambience but also help to coordinate a well-designed space.
As working becomes more collaborative and casual, there has been a growing trend for companies in the design and creative industries to create open plan, inspiring offices.
We're a the start of a brand new year - we've put together a list of our top picks with some must have ideas for 2019!
Whether you're lookign for a complete renovation, a subtle re-vamp or just a new statement piece, we have selected some of our most favourites to help.
It's finally that time of year again, advent is well underway and Christmas is just around the corner, here at Camerich we are all very exited! We love all of the fabulous decorations, wreaths and lights which make the cold season all worth it.
Just when we thought pink décor was behind us, back it comes into the forefront of interior design in 2019. Pink, very much a big part of the 70’s, is making a strong comeback into our homes next year.
Here at Camerich many of our sofa ranges have a lot of added features such as storage components and side tables that can be integrated within the sofa itself. Its a unique feature that is not often seen. Wither you just want a place to put down your cup of tea in the morning or your glass of wine at night then the Lazytime range offers a table that slips in under the seat cushion. This is great if you don’t want a table that will take up room and is discreet
More and more people are moving away from the traditional ‘safe’ options of neutrals and greys in their home which has been an industry and consumer favorite for years. People are now moving towards dark, contrasting and deep interior décor.
Camerich are delighted to annouce that we are now working in conjunction with Flos to sell their fabulous range of lights accross all of our showrooms.
Italian lighting specialists Flos have been pioneers within the feild for over 50 years. Flos Lighting offers a range of contemporary designs from some of the leading cutting-edge designers.
Brazilian Architects Studio Arca have created an eclectic, warm apartment just outside of Rio de Janeiro, facing a lagoon amidst foggy mountains.
Now that winter is finally upon us it is time to start spending the chilly evenings wrapped up in the safety and warmth of our homes. If you feel like a change of style to start the winter fresh, one of the most popular trends being experimented with is modern neutrals; greys, browns and whites.
The dining room is definitely the heart of the house, a place for gathering and sharing great food and great company. The dining table can often be a very large piece of furniture, whether it is in a separate dining room or an open plan kitchen, the table occupies a great deal of the space and can end up swallowing the room. It important to choose carefully.