Our range of in-stock accessories and table lamps make perfect Mother’s Day gifts, so this year we’ve compiled a list of accessories we have available for immediate purchase, for your convenience. On this list you’ll see brand new items as well as old. We believe that the best gifts are those with a story behind them, and those with great attention to love and attention during the construction process. All of them are available for delivery or collection from our Woodstock showroom.
A designer featured in the catalogues of practically every brand we sell for, Jaime Hayon is indeed a modern icon of the industry. Continuing on our mission to spread the word on the fantastic designers we sell for, keep reading for a insight into the life and mind of Jaime Hayon. [read more]
This First Thursday we will celebrate the official party in style at the Crema Design Pop-Up store. You’re invited to join us for a night of music, food and drink amongst some of the our most luxurious and iconic brands. A live performance from Mx Blouse – a rising star performer who mixes electronic music with kwaito infused hip-hop – will easily be your highlight of this month’s First Thursday. [read more]
Flos has a reputation for excellent and groundbreaking product design, owed largely to their penchant for collaborating with some of the world’s finest and most talented designers. One of these is Nendo, a design firm by Oki Sato. Based in Milan, Nendo is responsible for a broad range of different design branches. In the interior world, and specifically their work with Flos, they are most well known for the Sawaru and the Gaku table or floor lights. These two unique lights blur the line between accessory and light, pushing the inherent definitions used in product design. Read Oki Sato’s interview with Flos here.
Lagom, the Swedish word for ‘just the right amount’ is the latest Scandinavian concept on everyone’s lips and the principles have filtered through to the design world, meaning that lagom interiors have become one of the 2019 design trends to watch
The countries from which we supply our furniture and lighting collections have their own unique cultural concerns and considerations, all which have a significant impact on their aesthetic and design traditions. In the last couple of years (and particularly in these winter months), we’re sure you’ve come across a certain word: Hygge. But what in the world does hygge mean? And where does it come from?
We love design that is both classic and contemporary, and few others get this as right as Space Copenhagen do. They have designed furniture and lighting for numerous Crema Design brands, including &Tradition and Gubi. Their stunning work is leading people to ask: is Copenhagen the new Milan?
At Créma Design, we recognise the important relationship between the brands we work with, and the designers that they employ. Vitra is a Swiss family-owned furniture company founded in 1950. We believe in enhancing your understanding of the design process, hoping this will improve your appreciation for the interior design world.
As in any creative industry, interior design trends come and go.
If you are redecorating your home, you may want to look ahead to the next trends, instead of decorating with what’s current, which could go out of style at any minute. A home that is both good looking, and reflects your knowledge of the zeitgeist, is our goal here. [read more]
Prior to studying Feng Shui during my Interior Design course, I was under the impression that the subject was based purely on ancient and outdated myths. However, after learning about the practice in depth, I understood that Feng Shui provides some very interesting insight into creating a healthy and harmonious environment.
This early Chinese system is based on ‘chi’ which can be described as the flow of energy through our homes. Chi can be achieved through placement of certain objects to create a peaceful atmosphere and ultimately enhance our lifestyles.
There is no need to completely redecorate to incorporate positive chi within your home. Instead, try some of the below practical, small changes to create a large impact. [read more]