Meant for children: Cavern Kids by Cavern

The collection includes Tapestry and Navajo, which offer a new take on the cowboys-and-Indians theme.

Cavern launched the Cavern Kids, a collection of seven wallpapers meant for children. The collection includes Tapestry and Navajo, which offer a new take on the cowboys-and-Indians theme, complete with arrows and feathers in different compositions, colors and scales. The double-sided arrows of Tapestry are available in Zuni (black and gray) or Eskimo (cream and white). Tapestry also has lots of negative space. Navajo – which comes in palettes of turquoise (turquoise and mustard), rawhide (terracotta and blue) or pastel (pastel blue and lilac) — reinvents the feather. The Cavern Kids also includes I See You, Library and Hops. Little cartoon eyes look back at the viewer in I See You. Meanwhile, Library was designed by printmaker Tom Slaughter, and it recreates a wall of bookshelves. Meanwhile, Hops has bunnies, and comes in pink and white.

 

 

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