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FROM THE MUNDANE TO THE MAGNIFICENT, PATTERN IS EVERYWHERE AND IN EVERYTHING.

Left: Wallpapers by Altfield, Second Floor, Centre Dome, Design Centre Chelsea Harbour

Left: ‘RIB107 Diamond’ woollen dhurry by Alton-Brooke, Second Floor, South Dome, Design Centre Chelsea Harbour

Left: ‘RIB104 Check’ rug by Alton-Brooke, Second Floor, South Dome, Design Centre Chelsea Harbour

Left: ‘Apex’ wallpaper by Cole & Son, Ground Floor, Centre Dome, Design Centre Chelsea Harbour

Left: ‘Antique Mirror’ wallpapers by Cole & Son, Ground Floor, Centre Dome, Design Centre Chelsea Harbour

Left: ‘Ourika’ rug by Van Ghent Rugs at Lizzo, Ground Floor, Centre Come, Design Centre Chelsea Harbour

Left: ‘Silvia’ pendant light by Illuminati, Ground Floor, Design Centre East, Design Centre Chelsea Harbour

We asked the duo behind award-winning blog, Patternity, art director, Anna Murray, and textile designer, Grace Winteringham, to take pattern inspiration from the new Focus/11 collections and find the mundane, but no less magnificent pattern connection.

In case you were wondering, all accompanying pictures were taken within 100 metres of Design Centre Chelsea Harbour. Can you spot where from?

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Autumn/ Winter 2011…If pattern reflects the mood of the moment, then my selection might be interpreted as a little dark but with moments of pure joy. A big dose of blues on the one hand, but with bold illustrations, including retro influences and graphics, on the other. It seems like almost anything goes – enjoy!

Emilio

For more new fabrics and wallpapers check out the October issue of ELLE Decoration.

(Fabric credits from left to right: Lanza by Romo; Vintage Jeans by Larsen at Colefax & Fowler; Affresco by Bart Halpern at Fox Linton; Tracery by Zinc Textiles at Romo; Connemara by GP & J Baker; Enter the Dragons by Jim Thompson at Fox Linton; Kallianthi Grasses by Harlequin.)