Marquetería Francesa by Ana of Labores Modernas Quilt idea - use dyed fabric than moves from one color to another for the on point squares to achieve the look of depth
Marquetería Francesa by Ana of Labores Modernas. This is a fabulous design and I love the pairing of colors. The design almost looks like an illusion.
Iphone Background neon orange graphic wallpaper absolutely love this idea!
Origami enerates rhythm, and we can see that there is a rhythm incorporated in this design. This is a two dimensional construction made up of reversing lines. It is a simple pattern made out of minimally organized sets of lines and color.
Not-quite-blacks are often the perfect solution when you want a softer look with bright or deep shades; here, a very deep warm grey / gray with cadet blue l and blue-green | Onda Geométrica
from Patterns Without Pain, Allen Seaby, repetition of simple shapes and color to create a seamless pattern
This is a potato print, which I think is really neat! I love the color combination--since the red and blue are slightly altered (it seems like the red has a tint of orange, and the blue is lightened) it keeps the primary color combo from looking juvenile.
Two colors that are directly opposite each other on the color wheel
Reference Desk: The Library of Newhouse Design : Photo