Easy Cushion Fabric Design

Mid-century inspired pattern

Easy Cushion Fabric Design

Mid-century inspired patternAlthough I refer to this as a mid-century style, it is a very simple repeat pattern that has been produced and refined for as long as there have been patterns.

However, that does not make it in the least boring and here I have used a modern stylized flower in place of the mid-century flower motif that would probably have been used and I have used colours which, while still from the British mid-century palette, are made to look more modern.

You will see that the design is in two simple variations to produce cushions that will sit well with modern styles and decoration and provide a comfortable, homely look to a room whether it has in it mid-century elements or not.

As ever, you can also see larger versions of this and, of course, my other designs and patterns on my fabulous and ever-growing Flickr page which is here.

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

2 Responses to Easy Cushion Fabric Design

  1. Hello, Mike,
    I like the overall concepts behind your designs, patterns, and color selections. I tried to access your complete profile, but am not signed in to Gravatar. What is your last name? Are you on LinkedIn.com? I’d like to read your profile, and learn more about your background. (I’m a painter and decorator, 33-plus years experience. Creating original decorative finishes and patterns is one of my favorite types of projects – paid or not. Best regards, Bob.


  2. Very impressive block and symbol pattern design. Distinctive, eye-catching, and very clean lines. And, the color combination suits it perfectly.


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