Pantone has announced the color of the year for 2020 to be Classic Blue – Pantone 19-4052. We dug the archives and found patterns with this tone. Enjoy!
We found Nordic Light for classy, Vintage Treasures for lovely and Paper Plane for whimsical patterns as the upcoming trends for hometextiles.
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In January 2020, we are running an offer for our solution-oriented design consulting services. Try out the offer for coordination of collections!
Wild and quirky patterns with exciting colors as well as funny characters. That is included in our Whimsical pattern trend.
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How do exclusive and non-exclusive patterns differ? With non-exclusive terms, several companies have the right to use the same pattern.
As there are almost as many ways to trade patterns as there are designers, we thought to write a couple of lines about our philosophy on exclusive patterns.
Are you a brand owner? Do you wish your brand would be better known? We would love to work with you to increase the awareness of your brand!
There are as many ways in selling the designs and their rights as there are designers and their agents. In contrast to many other design houses, the approach of Patternsfrom Agency is not to sell the design, but to lease it, as the copyrights remain in all cases at our designers.
Our three pattern concepts have a loose brief and color palette which guide the designers in design process. If you are looking for Classy, Lovely or Whimsical Scandinavian pattern, look no longer!
This is the first release with the new pattern concepts Classy, Lovely and Whimsical as well as the harmonized colorways for 2017-2018 in use. We are very happy with the outcome – what do you say? How would you use these patterns?
We want to help to find our customers to find easily suitable patterns, so we are about to launch the first patterns in our new pattern concepts. Which category the featured image Seitsemän kukkaa by Maria Tolvanen falls into in your opinion?
Is it possible to describe your company and its operations as a portion of ice cream? Agents did learn how to do it over a Stooripuu workshop.
A student from Metropolia University of Applied Sciences has joined the management of Patternsfrom Agency. We are eager to share our experiences of entrepreneurship with the hopes of the future.
If you look around yourself, you’ll notice that patterns are used very widely: you’ll find them on the clothes that you wear, in interiors there you live as wallpapers and blankets, on paper napkins that you use during a picnic, on the seat in a tram or a bus, on the the packaging of your food, just to name a few.
We take each and every pattern request seriously, and offer first-class project management what comes to pattern designing there the dead lines are respected.
We would like to introduce an easy-to-reach pattern design service, which is created especially for interior designers and architects. For testing it in practice we would need a couple of brave interior designers/coordinators or architects to work with. Any volunteers among our blog readers?
The simple guide explains the options that the buyer has with us: to buy a ready-made pattern, to get the ready-made patterns modified or to let our designers do the design work from the scratch as per a design brief.