- Dec 29, 2007
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This is not so bad but the colors look rather out-dated, something out of the 60s-70s.
I really don't agree that they are ugly at all. London's moquettes are classics of their kind, many created by significant artists and designers like Paul Nash. And there are very good reasons why transit fabrics are the kinds of patterns and styles that they are. See this recent article: https://www.citylab.com/design/2019/02/public-transit-design-seat-cover-textile-patterns-moquette/583045/Sitting pretty: London transport fabrics over the decades – in pictures
These are all pretty ugly. Why don't we use some of the patterns used in tweed, like herringbone, with colored specks?