A Detailed Mid-Century Style Furnishing Fabric

There are two things that we like at 20th Century 3D, one is mid-century inspired designs and the other is small repeats.

This furnishing design is both inspired by the fabrics produced in the 1950s and 1960s and also has the advantage of being a small repeat. Like all small repeats, the pattern itself is a very simple one where the effect as a furnishing fabric is quite subtle. At close quarters, that is when you are sitting on, or about to sit on, the furniture you see the whole of the pattern. From a distance, however, the pattern can look quite different.

On our Flickr page, which is here, you can see larger versions of the illustrations above together with a detailed picture. Although I originally intended the pattern to be used at a smaller scale, I decided that, at the scale shown, it seemed to look its best.

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

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