Today’s Inspirational Bunch celebrates Scandinavian Patterns, specifically, dual chromed patterns.
Patterns, prints, and textures have a huge role in Scandinavian Design since the typical Scandinavian base canvas is quite neutral and soothing.
The traditional, folk Scandinavian patterns had lots of colors to their spectrum, while around the middle of the century, Scandinavian designers were betting on bold patterns that used a more reduced palette.
Among the patterns that we curated for today’s Bunch are some very recognizable ones. We’re featuring legendary designers as Stig Lindberg, Arne Jacobsen, Elissa Aalto, and power Finnish design house Marimekko. As a pattern designer, some of these are true holy grails for me. 😉
We also included some very talented modern designers, as usual.
Have fun and keep designing!
Some Random Finds
Clockwise: Boråstapeter’s Borosan EasyUp 14 Wallpaper, Scandinavian Coloring Book, Salt & Sundry Chair, Alec Pouf Ottoman by Langley Street.
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