The Inside Now Features Iconic Patterns by Iris Apfel

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The Inside, the company that has been making made-to-order furniture accessible to the masses for the past few years, is no stranger to drool-worthy collaborations. For starters, we loved their partnership with Scalamandre on a chic Zebra wallpaper. Now, they're back with their latest team-up.

The company has launched a new collaboration with Old World Weavers — the luxury design house known for its maximalist founder Iris Apfel and her well-traveled aesthetic. The collaboration celebrates Old World Weavers' 70th(!) anniversary with a 16-piece collection of wallpaper patterns that include three of Apfel's original patterns — Tiger, Austin Stripe, and Rosetta. The patterns are available across all furniture and decor, from throw pillows to sofas. The collaboration will allow you to count yourself part of an exclusive group of OWW's client roster, including Estee Lauder, Greta Garbo ,and Faye Dunaway — as well as nine first ladies during their white house renovations.

Below are a few of our favorites from the new collection:

Modern Platform Bed in Sky Cinque Terra by Old World Weavers, $1,549

The maximalist Sky Cinque Terra pattern works perfectly here on a bed frame to liven up a bedroom space.

Slipcover Sectional in Coral Onyx Rosetta by Old World Weavers, $3,299

This is a great statement piece for a living room. The Coral Oynx Rossetta print can work with a variety of furniture pieces, as well.

Deco Ottoman in Royal Tiger by Old World Weavers, $299

Perhaps a bit too strong a pattern for a larger piece, the Royal Tiger print works great on a smaller ottoman as an accent piece in a living room or bedroom.

Slipper Chair in Chroma Austin Stripe by Old World Weavers, $449

One of the more muted patterns in the collection, the Chroma Austin Stripe makes for a great pair of chairs in a living room or den.

Outdoor Lumbar Pillow in Porcelain Austin Stripe by Old World Weavers, $49

Another simple pattern, the Porcelain Austin Stripe gives us major coastal vibes. And it works for either indoor or outdoor decor.


Laura is a New York City-based freelance writer who writes about travel, food, and design. Her work has appeared in Architectural Digest, Bon Appétit, GQ, Condé Nast Traveler, and more. She's a sucker for a good curbside furniture find.

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