Inspired by the recent 3rings post on Little House of Hackney, I decided to continue our look at wallcoverings meant for children-that also meet the approval of design-minded adults. To that end, Cavern offers Cavern Kids, a collection of seven wallpapers with just enough whimsy.
Both Tapestry and Navajo offer a new take on the cowboys-and-indians theme. Arrows and feathers are elevated here by composition, color, and scale. The double-sided arrows of Tapestry are available in Zuni (black and gray) or Eskimo (cream and white). With lots of negative space, Tapestry makes an excellent backdrop. Navajo-in unexpected palettes of Turquoise (turquoise and mustard), Rawhide (terracotta and blue), or Pastel (pastel blue and lilac)-relies on its large scale to reinvent the iconic feather.
Cavern Kids also excels in the clever category with I See You and Library. Little cartoon eyes look back at the viewer in I See You. And Library, designed by printmaker Tom Slaughter, recreates a wall of bookshelves. For those seeking cute, Hops is pretty adorable in Rosie (pink and white) with its jumping, cuddling, and resting bunnies.
See Cavern and Cavern Kids wallcoverings at www.cavernhome.com.