Swirly Wallpaper

Mid-century inspired pattern

Swirly Wallpaper

Mid-century inspired pattern

Swirly Wallpaper

A large pattern can really bring a wall to life and turn a room from being an ordinary modern space into something just that little bit special.

This pattern is designed, not to be eye-catching or sensational, but simply to make the wall look different and to provide a pleasing backdrop to the furniture and the view of the harbour that exists through the window. In order to stop the pattern looking too noticeable or from becoming too intrusive it is used at quite a large-scale making it less obvious.

The colours are the sort of colours used mid-century and the design is a very simple, very regular repeat. In its way, the pattern is intended to echo the regularity found in many carpet, lino and, for that matter, wallpaper designs.

On my Flickr page I have included a useful close-up image which shows the wallpaper the way it would look from a distance of five or six feet (almost 2 m) from the wall.

You can, should you wish, 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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