This is very much a 1950s style pattern, the sort of pattern that appeared in a variety of different variants at that time.

I have to admit that I think it’s a little fussy and those who know me will know that I like patterns that are simple and uncomplicated. However, these were very well liked at the time and sold in numbers. But this is also a pattern that has not stood the test of time since it is one that seldom, if ever, reappeared and, so far as I know, it is not produced now.

This time, as well as the pattern above, there is shown below a representation of how it would have looked made into material, for example as a curtain. I think this gives a much better idea of how the material would have been used than a simple pattern swatch.


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I design and create 3D interiors and mid-century inspired surface patterns

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