Since our founding in 1945, our team of designers has drawn inspiration from the world of fine art, fashion, and interior design for every Caspari collection. Like these inspiration-industries, the collections we produce each season reflect trending contemporary styles while maintaining an air of classicism and time-honored style. Interior design is one such house of inspiration that marries new trends with traditional design particularly well, and we love adapting home textiles, ceramics, and other interior attributes for the Caspari tabletop. From upholstery and wallpaper to vases and objet, tabletop inspiration is everywhere within showhouses and Pairs pied-à-terres.
(Inspiration Source: House Beautiful)
(Inspiration Source: Elle Decor)
(Inspiration Source: House Beautiful)
(Inspiration Source: House & Garden)
(Inspiration Source: de Gournay)
(Interior Inspiration: Pierre Frey)
This timeless color combination transcends all genres of style from Chinoiserie designs, to contemporary fashion, to traditional bohemian prints. While we may think of it today as having an almost psychedelic vibe (because it reminds us most recently of the 60s), we can trace this combo back much farther through indigenous South American arts. It’s a powerful pair that instantly conveys boldness and energy when brought together. We love orange and pink pairings for summer because these two “hot” colors perfectly convey the mood of the season—bright, warm, and vibrant. These elements translate effortlessly to a tabletop when it’s time to prepare for summer parties and gatherings!
Find inspiring examples of this power pair on our Pinterest, as well as beautiful boards dedicated to other favorite Caspari palettes.
With the arrival of the new year and the transformative spring season trailing not far behind it, we’ve been thinking about ways to refresh and awaken our homes. The thaw of winter brings a new found energy; flowers bloom, grass grows, birds chirp, and the sky sheds its gray tone for a brighter shade of blue. Our spring collection reflects this buzzing, energetic feeling through an abundance of color, movement, and inspiration from nature. Hand-painted florals range from the soft watercolor variety to bold and wildly brushed blooms. We’ve selected art from renowned botanical painters and esteemed horticultural organizations, which captures the detailed beauty of the season’s fruit and flora. Other pieces from the collection draw inspiration from ceramic arts, textile designs, and artworks from museums around the world.
Because of Caspari’s ties to fine arts, interior design, and even fashion, our products effortlessly make the transition from utilitarian to artistic with just a few simple steps. You can bring the bright, bold, and blossoming feelings of spring to your walls with our spring wrapping paper collection! The durable and high-quality printed papers can be used to create a gallery wall fit for a true gallery, as well as one that gets your decor in-step with the season. We’ll show you how to create a chic framed assortment of Caspari art.
The beauty of a gallery wall is in it’s eclectic, well-mixing but not matching style. Select a variety of prints that you love and that “feel” right together to you. We recommend 5-7 for a small gallery. Browse our spring paper assortment and make note of your favorite designs.
Do you want a perfectly symmetrical gallery with matching frames? Or do you want a mixture of sizes and colors? Decide which patterns you want to frame with a mat and which you want to frame in a simple fashion.
You know the golden rule! But with a simple trick, you won't need to measure at all to get a perfect fit. Remove the glass from your frame and lay it on the backside of your chosen paper, then trace around the edges lightly with a pencil and cut along that line. If you have a paper cutter, we recommend it for smooth, straight cuts, but a sharp pair of scissors will work just as well.
Before you hang your spring gallery, lay it out on the floor to create the perfect arrangement. Which patterns look the best side by side? Which frames line up well? If you want to add any art or objects you already have to the wall, now is the time to mix them in!
Grab your hammer & nails and transfer your gallery layout to the wall!