Aff447 Bedroom Wallpaper

Following on from yesterday’s post, I have used this pattern to create a texture for a wallpaper which I am using to cover one wall, or possibly two walls, of the bedroom set which I have used before.

The effect that I am trying to create is one of cosiness and warmth, qualities which are important, I believe, in a bedroom. As I said before, the wallpaper is used at a small scale in order to produce an intimate and very ‘patterned’ effect which I think gives a feeling of cosiness. To use this wallpaper on all the walls might be a little too much and could have the effect of making the room appear smaller and so I have used a plain colour on the wall by the window. So far as the walls that you are unable to see, I would suppose that one other wall would be plain and one of the walls would be patterned if they are not all plain. A lot would depend on the other décor within the bedroom and the effect that was desired.

The colours used give quite an intensive look to the room which is intentional since I wanted to create a wallpaper which would work with stronger colours in order to create something which is both mellow and agreeable and which will help the homeowner to settle down for a restful night’s sleep.

This pattern also ticks all my boxes, I believe, as being a Belle Epoque 2 design since it has a small scale, fast repeat and it is both decorative and functional.

If you wish, you can also see larger versions of this and, of course, my other designs and patterns for interiors on my Flickr page, a link to which is here.

About Mike
I design and create 3D interiors and mid-century inspired surface patterns

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