This Famous ’40s Palm Leaf Pattern Just Got a 2021 Makeover—And a Price Cut
Bring home the Beverly Hills Hotel vibe for 80 percent less.
Updated Oct 12, 2018 12:25 PM
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For decades, the Martinique banana palm leaf pattern has been popping up everywhere in the design world: on the walls of the Beverly Hills Hotel; at celeb-favorite restaurant Indochine in New York City; and even on Blanche Devereaux’s bedding in Golden Girls. In a word, it’s iconic.
Unfortunately it hasn’t always been so accessible to the public. Thankfully the Inside just collaborated with CW Stockwell, the manufacturer of the famous pattern, to make a collection of furniture, from upholstered beds to outdoor chairs, in the original print and three new colorways: yellow, teal, and navy.
The best part? Each of the pieces in the line makes the Martinique the most affordable it has ever been. In a linen fabric, the classic banana leaf normally goes for $248 a yard, but now thanks to the Inside, an outdoor lumbar pillow costs only $49. And an entire X Bench in the fabric is just $329.
No matter your design style, the leafy look brings a sunny vibe, whether it’s in an entryway or a bedroom—and is especially good for wannabe plant parents who just can’t get the real deal to grow in their apartment. (Been there.) But because of its famous nature, we like to think it looks great wherever it goes.
You don’t need to live on a Caribbean island to bring sandy beach vibes to your space. This sunny bench will do the trick instead.
In teal the leaves feel a bit subtler, even preppy, meaning they’d look great next to classic cabana stripes.
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In the O.G. colorway, a bench makes any space look like a groovy lounge, no matter who is on the guest list.
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