1. Patterns, Drusilla Cole To kick off this week’s pattern odyssey, let’s begin with Drusilla Cole’s compendium of global pattern design. Curating from textiles, fashion, furnishings, and more, Cole showcases the work of designers and artists alike. Some commercial, some far out and funky, there’s a little something for everyone. Get it here.
2. Rhombins, Eric Pfeiffer and Scot Herbst Sometimes a pattern can do more than just arrest the eye. Rhombins offer numerous geometrical patterns to organize with via their modular and polygonal configuration. Made with plant-based Cereplast, they’re good for planet, home, and office. Put a few together at The Utility Collective.
3. The Happiness (Print), Inaluxe Inspired by their love of patterns, vintage prints and wallpaper, and mid-century modern design, Australia-based design studio Inaluxe presents their ode to happiness in the form of this vibrant pattern. Giclée on fine art museo paper. Find happiness here.
4. Goetz Sofa, Mark Goetz Why not combine patterns with a stunning combination of sculptural profile and ergonomic comfort? The Goetz sofa turns the common sofa inside out with an exterior wood shell and balanced, cushioned seating. Choose from 4 veneer options coupled perfectly with an array of patterned (and colored) upholstery. Shown above in the iconic Eames Dot pattern. Get one at Herman Miller.
5. Links Area Rug, notNeutral Reminiscent of bicycle chain links or even merging cells, the Links rug from notNeutral hints subtly at the synthetic and the organic adding a unique pattern to your interior. 100% wool loop, available in three color palettes. Link up with one here.
6. Fishwall Wall Tiles, Blik Patterns can be derived from countless corners of the natural world. For instance, Matias Damian Horn’s Threadless pattern draws its inspiration from the scales of fish. Available from Blik, these fabric wall tiles are eco-friendly, easily installed and customized, and are the perfect way to accent with color and pattern. Scale up your walls at Blik.
BONUS: The Pattern Foundry From the digital world, try The Pattern Foundry, an archive of licensable, decorative patterns created by artists and designers from around the world. Open for anyone to use, they can be applied anywhere and to anything. Explore the foundry here.