Another Mid-Century Style Dining Chair Fabric

Another Mid-Century Style Dining Chair Fabric

I like designing patterns for chairs because it gives me a chance to think carefully about the use of the pattern that I am creating and about how it will look from the various angles that the chair is seen within the confines of a room.

Although I considered and evaluated the pattern I have used here on several different chairs, I have chosen the simple glass table and chrome chairs that I used before in order to bring this image to you. The pattern is inspired by designs from the 1950s used in the United Kingdom and is intended to be bright and cheerful and at the same time I have tried to make the pattern look as modern as I can. In order to facilitate this, I have changed the wallpaper from that used before to a design which is a little more modern although still based on mid-century ideas.

The colours used on the chair design are from my extended, mid-century palette and are designed to make the chairs themselves look very obvious within the room and, in this particular case, that helps to show them off in what is a slightly darker dining area.

I have also included a little piece of the wallpaper design along with the pattern used for the chairs.

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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