Stratton Revisited

Mid-century inspired pattern

Stratton Revisited

I like the idea of using a fabric for more than one purpose in a room since it can provide continuity and interest as well as adding an unexpected focal point.

This is a pattern which was called Stratton and which I made to decorate the outside of mugs and it is still available for sale on Redbubble. However I have re-used the pattern and changed it in order to make it suitable for a fabric for use in the house.

Curtains are an obvious use and this pattern would make an excellent curtain which is light and pleasant without being eye-catching. I have also used this fabric on the cushions on the sofa so that, for the visitor, it will draw the eye from the curtains across the room and provide some form of continuity.

The pattern itself is not a complicated one and the frequent repeats give it a very pleasant and regulated look.

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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