New Fabric Design

Mid-century inspired pattern

New Fabric Design

I wanted to create a stylish but not eye-catching or particularly colourful fabric in order to cover a new sofa that I have made.

This fabric has its roots in mid-century designs and colours although I have tried to bring it as up-to-date as I can while still preserving the look and feel of that period.

I have rearranged the furniture in the fabric furnishing testing room that I use so that there are now two sofas. The purpose of this is to give a better viewing area and to allow the light to fall from two different planes. The fabric itself is a little darker than I would usually use but I particularly did not want it to catch the eye but rather to be a more subtle texture.

The result, I think, is to create a room which has a sophistication and which allows the furnishing to dominate yet not intrude which was precisely the effect that I wanted to create.

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

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