Flower Pattern Midcentury Wallpaper

Here at 20thcentury3d we tend not to do heavy floral patterns, preferring to leave that task to those who like and enjoy florals.

However, having said that, there is a place for flowers and, surprisingly, we do tend to use blooms quite a lot although they tend to be part of the design rather than intended to be, or to represent, realistic flowers. This pattern follows that theme and is a stylised flower design intended as a general-purpose pattern but shown here as bedroom wallpaper.

As regular readers will know, we enjoy small and fast repeats for our patterns and this design was intended to be just that. However the pattern is a busy one and for this reason we have papered just one wall behind the bed leaving the wall by the window plain. There are two other walls in the room which are not shown in the image and which, in fact, do not exist in the 3d design since this is a set rather than the room. However, it may well be logical to have one other wall papered and the final wall plain.

The design was created with Xara Designer while the room is our normal bedroom scene created with Cinema 4D, although there is a slight alteration. I have to admit, I never liked the metal bed head and so I have replaced that with a softer more modern design.

As ever, you can also see larger versions of this and our other work on our Flickr page which is here.

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

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