Every design season we discover a refreshing new set of exciting ideas, patterns, shapes and designs. Same is the case with patterns. While a few patterns get a renewed lease on life, some are shown the door. Here’s a small collection of patterns we observed across shows this year.
While we are sad to see a few iconic ones fade away, we are mighty excited to see the revival of a few like the classic chevron and the inclusion of bold and vibrant botanicals. Do let us know if we missed your favourite!
Is there ever a thing like too much chevron? We are too obsessed with this pattern to give an unbiased answer. Here’s a rather versatile and dynamic style that can find its way into literally anything and look stunning!
Geometric patterns back in the 80s were a sign of rebellion and revolution. As 2018 fights through to be yet another revolutionary year with a lot of progressive changes coming through, it is only right for this remarkable trend to make a comeback.
2017 celebrated the colour green and foliage prints as an ode to our precious planet. The trend was so inspiring and such a hit that we are seeing it only grow and blossom with each passing month. The revival of the botanicals is a fresh, vibrant and bold outlook on regular floral themes.
Bring the green inside with this pattern. Foliage is a superior preference amongst the leading designers of today. A go-to trend to swear by that promises to rejuvenate any kind of living space.
2018 is an exemplary year in terms of progressive thinking and with the multicultural patterns being embraced, this point is simply being driven home. Be it the African patterns or the Indian village representations, the streets of China or the handicrafts of Persia, these patterns are unique, eclectic and revolutionary.
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