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A perennial furniture pattern that has midcentury roots

A perennial furniture pattern that has midcentury roots

Some patterns seem to have been around forever simply because (like me) they are good at their job, look nice and work well.

This design, and others like it, have existed for a long time and, although simple, they provide very good coverage for furnishings. They are not eye-catching, not a fabric design that is noticed yet they give a pleasant and soft look to furnishings which makes them idea for everything from domestic to large scale commercial use.

This pattern looks clean and comfortable on the sofa and chair and I believe that it looks an inviting fabric that tempts the viewer to sit and rest. Once there, it also not an intrusive design and so will allow the user to stay rested for as long as is desired.

The colours are mid-century and the background is the lovely BS7077 Shadow Grey which I have made into a texture using Filter Forge software.

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

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