A popular mid-century inspired kitchen lino pattern

A mid-century inspired lino which, OK it maybe just squares, but this lino in these sort of colours was a very popular one in the 1950s and 60s.

Again, it uses the almost standard kitchen colours of the time – black and white with red as an accent – and that may be why it was so popular. I have to say that another reason is that it looks nice and shows the room up well, a decision that I totally agree with!

In fact the lino is made with a Filter Forge filter as before but using the British Standard colours of poppy red, charcoal and white as a base which gives this image a very authentic look, I felt and I was pleased with the result.

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

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