Pattern designs for kids and the young-minded
Our current pattern collection’s whimsical pattern concept is called Bubble. It has cute pattern designs for kids and the young-minded. The Bubble is all about closing oneself in a bubble and not giving a damn to the pandemic and troubles of the outside world. Whatever can make you happy and feel alive – colors, virtual art, soap bubbles, online games, etc. Being in connection with people without meeting them and when meeting them having fun with everything that we haven’t been able to do in two years. Spread joy with colors!
A selection of quirky patterns in Bubble theme
The first pattern is designed by Noora Hattunen. This quirky pattern called ‘Torni’ is perfect for kids’ rooms or clothing. It lets the adventure in the children’s room begin! The teddies and blocks are in a stack but, how long does it take for it to crash? Looks fun!
‘Harlekiini’ is also Noora Hattunen’s pattern. She grabbed the paints and started creating with a kid-like enthusiasm. This fun pattern is perfect for kids’ rooms or clothing.
Designer Tanja Kallio’s ‘Pupupuutarha’ is a playful pattern with a story of cute little bunnies in a vegetable garden. It is sketched by drawing with crayons. This pattern works printed with multicolors as well as just one color and can be also woven with the jacquard technique. It is designed especially for kids’ home textiles such as beddings and interior textiles but works also for kids’ clothing and stationery.
Hanna Ruusulampi‘s pattern is called ‘Tuulen tuomaa’. It means “brought by the wind”. The pattern is a minimalistic pattern that brings a smile to your face like a warm summer wind. The ‘Tuulen tuomaa’ patten is one of three patterns in pattern family ‘Ajatuksia’. It has three abstract pastel patterns designed especially for kids’ interior and home textiles.
The next pattern called ‘Pomppu’ is a graphic pattern with a bounce. It is sketched by drawing and has lively horizontal movement. This pattern works printed with one or two colors and can be also woven with the jacquard technique. Our designer Tanja Kallio has designed it, especially for kids’ home textiles such as beddings and interior textiles but works also for kids’ clothing and stationery.
The fishy pattern is Anna Kuukka‘s ‘Raitakalat’ aka “stripy fish”. It is a great choice if you are looking for a pattern in between an abstract texture and fun recognizable motifs. Suitable for all uses!
Editor’s Picks are curated patterns designed by Finland-based textile and surface designers. The editor chooses a theme, makes a search in our digital pattern library, picks some of the best matches to the theme, and presents the patterns for you. These patterns are available for licensing in various product groups and markets. Get in touch for more information!