Regular Furnishing Pattern

Mid-century inspired pattern

Regular Furnishing Pattern

Furniture can either have elaborate, but subdued, patterns or you can go all out and create something that is very simple, very loud and which makes a statement in the room. However, between these two extremes, it is also possible to produce patterns which combine the best of both.

This pattern is based on mid-century designs which have made it through to the present day because the pattern is both simple and effective. I have used this pattern at a scale which is not too large and in a way that does not produce too much contrast. The effect of the pattern is that it is noticeable yet not too cumbersome.

I have used it as if it were material for the sofa and chair and you can see that the effect is pleasing and yet not to overbearing. Furniture using this pattern would, I feel, be acceptable more or less in any room so long as there was some harmony in the colour scheme.

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

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

One Response to Regular Furnishing Pattern

  1. suzettew says:

    Hi Mike your work is very inspiring and really nice, thank you for sharing.

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