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The Camerich Way


Here at Camerich all our furniture is made with exceptional attention to detail by dedicated craftsmen. Using the best and ethically sourced materials, it is to no surprise that all of our sofas and beds come with a 15 years’ frame guarantee. You can therefore rest assured that by choosing CAMERICH you are in very safe hands.



As an international brand Camerich has branches in over 60 countries and in areas all over the world. The materials used in our products are sourced from all over the world, our steel comes from Germany, and we use the highest quality texan leather which has been awarded an 'Eco Leather mark'.

The Cameich factory use an FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified supplier for all wood used in Camerich products, this signifies the sustainability of the wood used as well as the manner in which it is produced. The wood used comes from responsible forestry sources which are environmentally appropriate, socially beneficial and economically viable.

Shown on the left are two of our Simon Lounge chairs upholstered in a light fabric. Having the frames in our Grey Oak finish, shows a great contract and helps to break up colours in a very light room.


Our Flora Dining chair is very simplistic and can be put together with any of our dining tables, or one of your own. MAde of solid birch wood, as are all of our chairs, this range is an amazing investment which is sure to ad a touch of finesse to your dining room. IT comes as no surprise that the Flora range is one of our most popular tried and tested favourites.

Our Arc Low Back Lounge Chair, made with a solid steel frame and leather-woven lattice back, is the perfect piece to put in your bay window for relaxation!

On top of this we have an extensive range of sofas, storage units, bedsll of which are made to amazing quality! Please feel free to visit any of our London showrooms to see our full furniture collection in person. Our incredible sales team will be thrilled to assist you with any questions you might have.







Written by Natasha Boachie