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The Shelfie Craze


The all new popular hashtag #shelfie has taken the social media world by a storm; the latest trend showcases unique and innovative bookshelf interiors perfect for any bookworm.

Whether you love to read in your lounge or conservatory, or have a dedicated room for studying and work, there’s no reason as to why you cannot dress up the space to suit both your taste and your books

Adding shelving is a grea wasy to bring a new dimension to any space. Not only for book lovers, shelving will keep your possesions tidy, display your wonderful ornaments, and give your room some character, so why not make a feature out of it!

Insight from Mintel's Books and e-books UK 2017 Report has revealed that sales of physical books are set to rise by 6 per cent this year to £1.7 billion, while e-books are predicted to take a tumble. In fact, physical books will continue to fly off the shelves with a predicted 25 per cent growth in the next five years.”


Oriental influences play a big part in Camerich Furniture, with dark wood finishes you can add a bit of dimension to the space, and brighten it up with neutrals and pops of colour.


Camerich Max and Coast ranges have a wide range of shelving units which come in Grey Oak finish and even Grey Lacquer. Both finishes complement each other and allow fluidity in the space with an array of textures.

Whether it is books, plants, records or trophies, they should reside in style. 


The Freetown sofa range, below, has the option of the Grey Oak armrest which works as wonderfully, providing a niche storage solutions making a strong impact on the space. So even if all your walls are occupied, theres always room for a shelving addition.



All of our shelving ranges come in various styles and sizes  these can be mixed and matched to your taste whether you choose to have it across an entire wall and create a feature, or just a simple stand-alone piece. No true Shelfie would be complete without a fabulous display, whatever the size and style!



Written by Shruti Dudhaiya