CW Stockwell's Iconic Martinique Pattern Is Now Available on Furniture for the First Time Ever

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Photo credit: CW Stockwell x The Inside
Photo credit: CW Stockwell x The Inside


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Martinique is an undeniable staple in design history—it’s graced the walls of the Beverly Hills Hotel, the bedroom of Golden Girls character Blanche Devereaux, and even the backdrop of an episode of The Bachelor. And now, you can decorate your own home with this iconic pattern, thanks to CW Stockwell’s new collection with The Inside, which marks the first time that Martinique (which started off as a wallpaper) is widely available on furnishings and decor.

The creator of this iconic banana leaf pattern, CW Stockwell, debuted in 1905, and yet, Martinique is as modern and coveted as ever. For the brand’s limited edition collection with The Inside, furnishings that are swathed in either Martinique or any of the other vibrant fabrics by CW Stockwell (we love Fuschia Million Flowers!) are up for grabs, including headboards, ottomans, screens, chairs, throw pillows, and more.

Photo credit: CW Stockwell x The Inside
Photo credit: CW Stockwell x The Inside

And if you love Martinique but want it in a different color scheme, you’re in luck! The Inside x CW Stockwell collection offers the classic print in a sunny yellow, navy blue, and a cool teal, as well as in its original emerald green shade.

Interested in shopping the limited edition collection? We know we are! You can see it in full here—and might we suggest channeling Golden Girls’s Blanche Devereaux and decorating your entire bedroom in Martinique?

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