The Brand With The BEST Affordable Small-Space Hacks
The Inside's latest designs are exactly what we're looking for.
The Inside is changing the way to decorate a home, one maximalist print at a time. With an innovative, stunning, and affordable collection, this interior resource offers made-to-order pieces, flat-fee shipping, 30 day returns, and tons of inspiration. The company was co-founded by Parsons grad Christiane Lemieux, who also founded DwellStudio, alongside Britt Bunn, who previously worked at One Kings Lane. Lemieux and Bunn each play a major role in the design process for each of The Inside's works. Their latest creations? A scalloped, customizable screen, a deco ottoman, and a removable wallpaper we can't wait to try. Plus, each of these works happen to be small space hacks in their own way.
Each of these three new items is offered in specially created prints exclusive to The Inside. These include a tropical Banana Palm print, the postmodern Melio print, the Global collection, summer velvets, and even Parisian-inspired prints from Clare V. Here are the details on each of the new products we're eyeing right now.
Complete with rounded edges and three panels, the scalloped screen is a design-minded way to separate areas in a small space. This piece is a two-in-one, elevating the design of the room while also maximizing the layout. Oh, and it's available in over 50 patterns (our favorite happens to be the mid century Sand Melio design). At just $249, this is a no-brainer buy.
Made in a sleek geometric shape, this ottoman is inspired by the 1920s and available in 29 patterns. We're especially into this piece for its plush cushioning — for a small seat, it's actually comfortable. Priced at $249, this ottoman is an absolute steal.
Let's be real — committing to a wallpaper pattern is no easy decision. And for that reason, we prefer not getting stuck (literally and metaphorically) with wallpaper we don't absolutely love. With the ability to instantly transform any space, The Inside's removable wallpaper comes in 12 prints. Each unit is two panels, which cost just $129. THAT is the sweet spot.
See more of The Inside's creations here.