Pouffes or footstools, whatever you want to call it, they have the same purpose, to put your feet up and relax! At Camerich we find many people who come in to buy a sofa, have not considered the option of an ottoman or a footstool. Now that the cold season is upon us, its time to put your feet up and get cosy.
The much awaited new fabrics have just arrived at all our London showrooms, and have already been receiving a lot of great attention from our customers!
If you're struggling with a bland colour scheme and need help giving things a lift and subtle injection of warmth, this time of year can provide the perfect source of inspiration, not to mention an orange colour palette is bang on trend at the moment!
As we see more and more new, modern and stylish buildings going up in the city we start to see a modern take to living- and this includes an open plan home. More and more we have people coming in to our showrooms with open plan living/dining/kitchen areas and not sure what is the best way to furnish them to make full use of their space.
In a world where comfort and style seem to be two opposite concepts, you could easily find yourself in “Mission impossible” when looking for the right furniture. It’s inevitable that you will ask yourself - can a stylish sofa still be comfortable?
The simple coffe table, often the central focal point of the room, and offten overlooked. We're here to give you the run down of our favourite pieces, and how to make them work for you.
We hear all the time when people come in to talk fabrics, that they love the simplicity of grey, however should they move away from this and go for something different? A little bolder? Well the great thing about grey is that we will have one that will work for you.
Gone are the days of three-piece suites and gone are the days of matching furniture. More and more at Camerich we see people moving away from a traditional armchair in favour of something a little more sleek, contemporary and modern - an accent chair. Accent Chairs should be something that stand out and contrasts the rest of your furniture - a focal point of the room.
The idea that rearranging the furniture in your home will bring you happiness is no doubt somewhat debatable, however the basic principles of Feng Shui can be a useful tool when trying to create a cohesive layout and enjoyable space in your home. Feng Shui is all about the placement of possessions to create a nice flow within the space, to promote positivity.
A massive trend that Camerich absolutely loves is open space living. There are so many benefits to having your home in this style. The overall appearance of your home and living space becomes much freer, it increases lighting opportunities and aids in communal living, bringing family and friends together.
Do you have a small space that needs filling, but you can’t quite find the right piece? Look no further! At Camerich we have a number of smaller sofas that can fit in to a small gap that you may have. Firstly, consider style. Once you set your mind on the style you’d like to go for its easy to pick out the pieces that may work for you.
Velvet is known to be one of the most luxuriously soft and exuding fabrics. Is has always been in fashion but is increasingly becoming a favourite in interiors this year. Velvets are more desirable in rich colours and can make any space appear glamourous. Velvet however, is a distinct fabric as it is always changing, which doesn’t make it a popular choice amongst perfectionists!
The Bedroom is arguably one of the most important rooms in the house, as this is your own personal retreat in which to recuperate and get some all-important rest. We spend around a third of our lives asleep, so your bedroom should be a place you just can’t wait to escape to after a long day - hence careful attention should be paid to the styling and layout of the space, to ensure it perfectly meets your needs.
Key elements within a room can really bring the space alive. This can be done in many different ways. It’s never wrong to be daring, find a colour you love, stick to it and bring it into small elements around the room to tie it all together. When bringing colours into a room, don’t go over board with the range of your palette, find one key colour and use this to decorate your neutral canvas.