Lino For A Mid-century Kitchen – Ai259

A mid-century lino pattern

Regular readers of this blog will know that we have a particular interest here at 20th century 3D in lino and vinyl floor coverings.

Although I refer to the floor coverings by the term lino I also mean vinyl floor coverings which I appreciate is a different process.

The pattern is based on a standard pattern which has been in use throughout the mid-century period and can probably still be bought today. The colours used are typical mid-century colours which you would have found in a kitchen although, perhaps, the red colour could also have been a little bolder.

A floorcovering like this is both practical and useful since the design enhances the size and dimensions of the room. I have quickly repainted the units to blend a little better with the floorcovering but other than that no changes have been made so it is possible to compare this with previous posts using this kitchen set. I also remember seeing, now that I have the opportunity to look at the final render, a similar floorcovering where the red was replaced with a brighter yellow colour and this is a pattern variation that I may well try.

You can see larger versions of this and our other work on our Flickr page which is here.

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

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