Unusual Mid-Century Kitchen Wallpaper

One of the nice things about the mid-century was the amount of experimentation that went on to produce and refine different designs and patterns.

I am still having problems with my elbow which prevents me from drawing although it does not, thankfully, prevent me from using the computer and so, with the advent of Filter Forge 5, I have been experimenting again with the filters.

This pattern was made using the Colourful flakes filter byCTextures and was designed as wallpaper for use in the kitchen. The set used is my 1950s kitchen set and the paper is shown in both light and dark styles to show the difference between the two.

During the mid-century period in the UK there were a lot of more unusual styles that appeared and I feel that this, together with its mid-century colouring, would have fitted in well. It is a busy paper with plenty going on which I think looks well in a kitchen designed very much for work.

You can also 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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