Quirky Midcentury Claydon

People these days take mid-century decorating far too seriously with solid, formal patterns and sober, uninspiring colouring.

But, going back, mid-century was anything but sober: riotous change and a joy of living was in the air for most of the mid-century decades. There was great experimentation in form and colour and there was also a lot of borrowing from the burgeoning art movements of the time. To reflect this, I have created Claydon, a pattern full of mid-century quirkiness and fun yet just right for use in homes today.

The pattern is available in three colours which are, incidentally, authentic colours from the British Standard range of colours available in the United Kingdom at the time. Only two are shown above but the full range can be seen 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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