Cave Handcrafted Furnishings

Welcome to Cave Handcrafted Home Furnishings Gallery.

Cave Handcrafted Furnishings, opened the gallery doors in the Spring of 2018, and is located just off the Historic Square in Denton, Texas, at 514 North Locust Street.

Gallery owner and artist Mark Holderbaum designs and does the hands-on work to create one-of-a-kind pieces that must be seen to be appreciated. Two of the primary materials Mark uses are steel and wood, but even today you might find giant horn sconces hanging on the wall of his new gallery.

Mark sees the art and form in wood, steel and salvaged parts – that other artists might miss – if they don’t look close enough, or lack a certain lighthearted, whimsical imagination. But Mark’s work doesn’t just look great, it actually is FUNCTIONAL art for living.

Cave Handcrafted Furnishings Gallery
514 N. Locust, St.
Denton, TX 76201

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  • Wednesday – Friday¬† 11am to 6pm
  • Saturday – 10am – 6pm
  • Sunday – 12pm – 5pm

Cave News

Cave Furnishings welcomes Linda Chidsey

Linda Chidsey Artwork Cave Furnishings Denton Cave Handcrafted Furnishings is excited to announce the raku clay works of Linda Chidsey, from Flower Mound, TX, are now available at Cave Handcrafted in Denton, Texas. The raku fired pieces feature a metallic look and shapes that closely resemble real hammered metal pieces.    

Cave Handcrafted Furnishings Now Open in Denton Texas

Cave Handcrafted Furnishings is now open at 514 North Locust Street, just off the Historic Square in Downtown Denton, Texas. Gallery owner and artist Mark Holderbaum will be in the Gallery, and the doors will be open when Denton’s population bulges for the annual Arts & Jazz Festival happens the weekend of April 27-29, and …