Camerich are pleased to announce that we now have a new selection of stunning velvets ready to be upholstered onto one of our sofas. These are on display in all our London Showrooms for you to see NOW.
One colour that will always be at the forefront of bold interior design, is blue.
From ice blue to royal blue, this is the classic statement colour that never goes out of fashion. Blue can be used in many different ways to give your space that individuality that makes it yours.
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.
Pantone, who are the biggest influencers in colour, have revealed their colour of the year which is predicted to be a huge revelation for the world of interiors. We would also like to introduce Ultra Violet! Which isn’t simply just a shade to paint the walls with. Much about the colour is how it makes you feel, and creating the ideal atmosphere into your home
The dining room is a scene for many moments in people’s lives whether it’s for family meals, celebrations or dinner parties with friends. For those chefs amongst you the dining room might suitably be for showing off those cooking skills, however for some we know that the dining room also reflects your personal style.
The classic combination of Black and White is a timeless trend that is always in style. Particularly for 2018 as it’s trending again for this year
Dulux has projected that their colour palettes is reflective of the outside world, more importantly focusing on cultural climate changes this year. The tone is said to bring a sense of serenity into homes all around, this musky taupe with a hint of lavender is sure to make you feel at ease, press pause and unwind. For any trend palettes ahead this year, Heart Wood will act as the perfect canvas and at Camerich we have some suggestions of our own.
Whilst the use of peeling plaster, raw concrete and dangling wires doesn't necessarily sound like a fantastically lavish idea, in reality this design concept can offer a great deal of character to a space. When used in moderation, and paired with the right surroundings, having an 'unfinished' feature in your room can create a really stunning effect. Of course, you don't actually want your home to look like a building site, so it’s important to get it right.
Most of the time, hallways are neglected. A hallway is the first part of your home that anyone will see but most of the time, it is used as a dumping ground for shoes, coats and umbrellas.
Whilst here in the UK we may not be surrounded by the desert littered with beautiful cacti and rich terracotta earth, these elements can be transposed into our homes nonetheless. This ‘Tucson Mountain Retreat’ by DUST is a modern home, skilfully adapted to the extreme terrain of the Arizona desert.
Whether it’s this side of Christmas or come the new year, who says this theme (minus the Christmas tree of course!) can’t be used all year round. Lights and yellow hues are a fabulous way to bring vibrancy and warmth to your home all year round.
With Christmas just around the corner, arguably everyones favourite event is the fabulous Christmas dinner. This is the highlight of everyone's year, so the dining table needs to look its best as the centrepiece for the day.
As Autumn has now surpassed us, we can start looking forward to the wonderful festivities of the winter season! To start things off we’ve considered cosy out door interiors, complete with fluffy throws, cushions and a warm fire pit to snuggle around.