Midcentury Style Quick Repeat

The trend midcentury in the UK was for large scale patterns using a quite large motifs, many of which were circular in nature.

However, at Midcentury Styles we like to be just a little different with our treatment of some patterns and so we often, just for fun, change the scale. This particular pattern was intended as a wallpaper design and would have been at quite a large scale. However, looking back at the work that we have done recently it seems that we have an inordinate amount of large-scale wallpapers and so some thought went into producing something slightly different.

The end result is this pattern which is shown as it would look as fabric for soft furnishing as well as a general-purpose fabric pattern which could be used for anything from fashion onwards.

A representation of the pattern as fabric is shown above along with a swatch but on our Flickr page you can find the fabric used on furniture as well as a change of colour.

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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