• How Caspari Supports Artists & Museums

    How Caspari Supports Artists & Museums

    How Caspari Supports Artists Have you ever wondered how art licensing works? For Caspari, it works like this: We partner with independent artists and museums around the world to find beautiful artwork and patterns. We pay them for the use of their original work or to use art from their collections. Our design team adapts these works to create stunning products for your home...
  • Care Packs & Social Distancing Ideas

    Care Packs & Social Distancing Ideas

    As we take this time to slow down, rest, and keep physical distance from others, it's important to find ways to stay content and connected! Reach out to friends and loved ones near and far with these ideas for staying home, staying healthy, and staying happy.   Create a Caspari Care Package Send a little something to those who are home alone. Many are...
  • Setting the Perfect Table

    Setting the Perfect Table

    Have you ever looked at a carefully set table and marveled at the beautiful results? Maybe you have seen setting in magazines and on blogs, and wondered what the secret is to creating a truly stunning tablescape. You can easily set striking tables at home, it’s just necessary to keep some straightforward rules in mind and use a bit of creativity. First, familiarize yourself with...
  • A Day in Paris Getting to Know the Saint-Germain Area

    A Day in Paris Getting to Know the Saint-Germain Area

    Caspari has enjoyed a long love affair with Paris, and many of the city’s museums, shops and design houses have become our partners over the years. This kinship with the City of Light magnified when Caspari opened its first retail store in Paris’ Saint-Germain neighborhood on the Left Bank. This artistic, beautiful neighborhood has offered up so much inspiration to Caspari’s president, Lisa Milbank,...
  • Say “Bonjour” to the Musée des Arts Décoratifs

    Say “Bonjour” to the Musée des Arts Décoratifs

    Those who love fashion, art and design can immerse themselves in one of the world’s most thrilling collections of design and decorative arts at the exquisite Musée des Arts Décoratifs. Though not widely known as a must-visit site for tourists, Musée des Arts Décoratifs, or MAD for short, is the second oldest museum in Paris after the Louvre.  Its history dates back to 1882...
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