Stylish Curtains

Mid-century inspired pattern

Stylish Curtains

Mid-century inspired pattern

Stylish Curtains Swatch

I really do not like floral designs. I don’t know why this is since I like flowers but for some reason I can never get excited about designs that use flowers except, that is, for stylised versions. I freely admit that I do not find it easy to naturally draw nature so whether this is a contributory factor I am not sure.

However this design is probably the nearest I will ever get to producing something that could be considered to be floral. The design itself was made, and will be used, for cushions in a month or so on Redbubble but in the interim I have adapted it to make it seamless so that it could be used as a textile. Having done this I have to admit that I was pleased with the result and I decided straightaway to try this in the large luxury apartment set that is a fairly recent creation.

Looking at the illustration, I have to be pleased with the amount of movement there is in the pattern and in the way that the eye is taken across the whole area in an arc. When used as curtains this should enable the visitor to immediately see the whole area and could well provide a focal point in an otherwise plain room.

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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