Colourful Curtains

Often, looking at mid-century rooms, it was hard to determine what exactly was supposed to be the focus of attention since there were so many conflicting candidates!

This pattern is a busy one with a lot going on which makes it ideal to use to make a statement in a room. Here, I have used it as curtain material in a medium scale at which it looks, I think, just right. I did change the scale and initially I had it larger but at this size it was in danger of taking over the whole room!

Patterns like this are fun and really good for brightening up a softer room. Having this as curtaining means that you can hide the pattern away to an extent during the day by having the curtains open and then display it at night for the benefit of visitors (and yourself).

The room, as you can see, is quite plain with just a few ornaments which makes it look modern although mid-century in the we-have-it-all years it might have looked much more crowded.

As ever, 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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