What do Jackie O., Margot Tenenbaum, and the Metropolitan Opera House all have in common? They’re all fans of textiles from American heritage design house Scalamandré. The brand’s swoon-worthy patterns and luxe fabrics have appeared everywhere from the Kennedy White House to Wes Anderson’s films, and they just got *way* more accessible to design-lovers on a budget thanks to a new collab from The Inside.

“Scalamandré is synonymous with gorgeous, high-end design. The brand immediately conjures up Jaqueline Kennedy and the golden age of American decorating,” The Inside co-founder Christiane Lemieux says. “We are thrilled to be partnering with Scalamandré to bring design of this quality to a whole new audience. It is our mission to bring decorating into the digital world, and we could not imagine a better partner with which to start.” The collection includes archival styles from Scalamandré’s storied history, including leaping zebra and cheetah prints, shell motifs, on-trend rattan patterns, and exotic florals. Each print can be combined with The Inside’s range of signature silhouette like headboards, pillows, and ottomans. (Personally, we’re partial to the zebra-print dressing screen, how indulgent is that?)

Though adding one of The Inside’s pieces to your home might not instantly transform it into the Metropolitan Opera House or a Wes Anderson set, we have to admit it’s a step in the right direction. The prints are both quirky and grown-up, making them surprisingly easy to incorporate into a variety of decor styles. Plus, who can resist lounging on a cheetah-clad tuxedo chair? Not us. The full collection ranges from $59 to $1,099 and is available at The Inside now.

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(Images via The Inside)