Courtesy of E!
Authors Derek Fagerstrom and Lauren Smith wrote a fantastic book on creative wallpapering projects. Check out Cavern’s Blackbird and other amazing wallpapering ideas. To order the book click here.
Cover an old filing cabinet!
Wallpaper as art.
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I just heard from Karli Hendrickson, Cavern Intern-at-Large, that Bravo’s “Bethany Getting Married?” recently had a scene in which Bethany went shopping for baby clothes. She apparently went to YOYA, an adorable shop in the west village, that prominently features Cavern’s Blackbird wallpaper. Here are some cute shots from the store:
Just saw these installation shots of our Blackbird pattern on Jen Marsh’s charming website, Cattywompus. This is a cupcake shop in Hoboken apparently. Charm abounds!
Every once in a while, I get an e-mail from a customer that really stands out. This one comes from Jennifer, who (like many people) was wary of installing wallpaper permanently. She ended up mounting the paper onto foam core to great success:
A bit more than two years ago I bought Blackbird in gold/brown. I gave half to my mother as a gift and kept the other half for myself. Frankly, though I own my own home, I just didn’t want to put it on a wall. It felt like too big of a committment (any wonder why I’m still single?) What if I redecorated? What if I wanted the birds on a different wall? What, heaven forbid, if I moved and had to leave it BEHIND?
Solution: I dry mounted the wallpaper and framed it, so I can now move it around to my heart’s content. And, even more importantly, take it with me wherever I go!
It’s stunning! I currently have my framed wallpaper serving as a room divider. I stare at my wallpaper and am filled with incredible joy by its beauty.
Thanks for the kind words, Jennifer! And congrats on the project!