For New Year’s Day, we have a very spectacular mid-century fabric shown here as a curtaining textile which is how I first envisioned it.

Like so many good mid-century designs, this one is a simple one with a straightforward repeating pattern and yet its effect, when seen as a curtain, is a splendid and eye-catching one.

Once again, like the pattern shown below, this pattern is designed as a luxurious ‘wall of colour’ to create a pattern block within a wall. The curtains are shown here open but of course this works much better in the evening when the curtains are closed when it is possible to have more control over the lighting.

As well as its use as a window covering fabric, this design can also find a use as a fashion fabric and tomorrow I will show the same design used on a dress. The design was created in Xara Designer and the image produced and rendered in Cinema 4D using a new version of my standard curtain set.

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

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