Tag Archives: Interior Design


The Sowden House in Hollywood, CA

Wayfarer Chapel in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA





before and after: Tapestry

Photos courtesy of Covered Wallpaper and Fancy Tiger Boutique in Denver, CO

Sneak Peak: Meet our new artist edition textile, Lottie!

We’ve been hard at work collaborating with the magnificently talented artist Annika Connor. We’ll be launching her artist edition collection in 2012 but we’re too excited and have to showoff her new textile, Lottie.

Dearie ( our office mascot) admiring Lottie.


Thatch dreams of….

wallpaper Cavern’s Thatch in Silt

pillow at The Future Perfect

lighting at Lindsey Adelman

rug at New Mexico’s Digital Collection

axe at Best Made Company

Cozy, Creative New York Apartment

We adore everything Kara has done with Cavern wallpapers in her apartment. Her space is featured on Apartment Therapy. Vote for her here http://community.apartmenttherapy.com/contests/smallcool/2011/entries/1425

Send us your installation pictures!

We love seeing happy homes for our wallpapers!

Send us your installation pictures to inquire@cavernhome.com

Cavern Blackbird featured in “Wallpaper Projects” book

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.

Love these stairs.

Cover an old filing cabinet!

Wallpaper as art.

New York Watertowers in LA

Just got these installation shots from Social Control, a very cool production company in LA, that installed Tom Slaughter’sNYC Watertowers‘ last week.  I’d say the pattern holds up quite well on the West Coast.  Thanks for the photos Jessica!

Design Heroes: Josef Frank

This past weekend I stopped into Just Scandinavian, a design shop in TriBeCa, and I have been thinking about designer Joseph Frank ever since.  His wallpaper, textile, and furniture designs all exude the simplicity and vibrancy associated with Scandinavian design, but they also have a fanciful quality that is uniquely his own.  I love how it all looks so colorful and bold while still being refined and tasteful.  The shop keeper at Just Scandinavian described Frank as the “Swedish William Morris,” as both designers shared a passion for pattern and nature, and both came to define their respective national aesthetics.  I told her that walking into the store, I felt like I died and went to color heaven.

Check out Just Scandinavian- they have an online shop and sell home goods by Frank and other amazing designers!