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The eternally stylish Jacqueline Kennedy loved to use Scalamandré, an American luxury textile manufacturer. She featured it in her home and the Kennedy White House. The line was only available to the trade for years and a yard of fabric could set you back $100 — until now.
In a collaboration with The Inside, they now offer accents, furniture and textiles featuring several of the most famous patterns at affordable prices.
The team went through the nearly 100 year old Scalamandré archive to choose six of the luxury textile house’s most iconic fabrics. They included the famous Zebra print from The Royal Tenenbaums, as well as one never-before-seen print, Leaping Cheetahs. The graphic Baldwin Bamboo lattice pattern is also perfect for today’s interiors.
They also tweaked
of the seven prints to look fresh and modern for today’s homes. Chad Stark, President of Scalamandré, says, “By rescaling and recoloring a selection of iconic patterns, we’ve crafted an assortment that complements our trade-only offering and showcases our 90 year-old heritage brand.”
Here are some of our favorite pieces from the new line. You can explore the entire line here.
What’s your favorite piece from of the Scalamandré + The Inside collaboration? How would you work it into your space? Let us know in the comments!
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