Camerino is a flat-packed valet stand that provides a convenient place to hang your belongings, keeping your house tidy and giving a home to your pocket ephemera.
Traditional valet stands were popular in the 1920's, but have since been forgotten. We have revisited this piece of furniture to fit a modern lifestyle.
Camerino is available in fluoro yellow and oak. The mirrors are hand polished in copper or chrome.
Camerino rethinks the traditional valet stand, combining two hanging rails, two shelves for storage and a mirror.
It was first conceived as a response to lifestyles in cities like London, Berlin or New York, where the need to move can be frequent and recurrent, and where living spaces are often too compact for large furniture.
The name 'Camerino' comes from the Italian and Spanish word for an actor's dressing room.
Camerino helps to organise your daily possessions and can be used in any room or hallway in your home. The simple but iconic design sits happily in all different interiors. No complicated fixing is required and once assembled it just leans against the wall. Then if you need to move, it's easy to move with you.
Working on the design for Camerino, three things were really key for the product:
1. A practical piece of furniture designed to suit modern lifestyles
2. Made with traditional techniques from premium materials
3. An accessible price, made possible with e-commerce and crowdfunding.
Flat-packed and lightweight, Camerino arrives in the post and is quick and easy to assemble. Only one Allen key is required and we supply it :-)
Produced in Northern Europe from great quality, natural materials: oak, copper and stainless steel. Designed to be assembled and disassembled and built for longevity.
The price for Camerino pays for the material and the manufacturing and nothing else in the middle, making it still affordable. Designed by us, made for you.
Camerino is for anyone using their chair as a coat hanger, forever searching for their keys or wallet, always moving home or city, or with limited space and in need of some organisation.
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