Pattern For A Curtain

Mid-century inspired pattern

Pattern For A Curtain

Mid-century inspired pattern

Pattern For A Curtain

I am, thankfully, well on the way to producing some new or improved sets and so I thought it was definitely time to show a new pattern.

This pattern was intended from the outset to be used as a fun and quite lively curtain material, designed to combat the effects of the grey and unappealing British winter!

The material is shown here as it would look at the window of a room that looks out onto countryside. The room is not in a modern house and is modelled instead on older, and some would say nicer, UK property.

I decided on bright colours with a high contrast although the reds are muted so that they do not overload the pattern. Once again I intended the pattern to be used at a fairly small-scale which helps to break up the look of the curtains and, as you can see, it appears to give a different sort of edge to the bottom of the curtain which, I think, looks quite effective.

The use of different colours gives an interesting look to the pattern although none of the colour variations, in my opinion, looks as nice as the one that you are seeing.

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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