Presentation on theme: "Pattern The arrangement of forms or motifs to create unified design Is seen in printed and woven textiles: Drapery fabric Floor rugs and carpeting Wall."— Presentation transcript:
Pattern The arrangement of forms or motifs to create unified design Is seen in printed and woven textiles: Drapery fabric Floor rugs and carpeting Wall coverings, faux finishes on walls Carved or inlaid furniture designs Fabrics on furniture Wallpaper designs
Pattern – 4 Types Naturalistic/Realistic Comes from nature. Looks almost real. ALL DETAILS INCLUDED.
Types of Pattern Conventional/Stylized Mans interpretation of objects natural or manmade More animated Less Realistic
Types of Pattern Abstract No set, followed or repeated pattern. It does not have a motif taken from nature. Used in more modern and contemporary designs
Types of Pattern Geometric Made with the use of lines, stripes, plaids and geometric shapes Used in modern and traditional designs
Use of Pattern Too much pattern can make a room too busy and uncomfortable.
Use of Pattern A room without pattern may be too stark or lacking in character.
Use of Pattern Successful pattern combinations feel comfortable.
Use of Pattern Incompatible pattern combinations create an uneasy feeling.
To achieve a feeling of correctness in combining patterns: Maintain a consistent mood. Dont mix formal naturalistic with geometric Evaluate the placement of emphasis and avoid too many patterns in one area. One bold pattern on a large area works better than 2-3 smaller patterns scattered throughout the room. The size of the pattern should correspond to the size of the room and its windows. Small scale patterns are often used in cozy rooms. Large scale patterns for spacious rooms since these make a room appear smaller.
Pattern Assignment Create a Pattern Collage Portfolio Page displaying each of the pattern types: Naturalistic/Realistic Conventional/Stylized Abstract Geometric Each sample should be labeled and have a brief definition of the type of pattern it is.