Marine Patterns Used in Textile and Decoration
Maritime patterns have been used in every branch of textile and decoration for centuries, which adds a rich wealth to fabrics and spaces. It occupies wide space especially in summer flooring and maritime patterns in most of the garment products. The reason for this is undoubtedly the feeling of naturalness and freedom it gives.
It is a well-known fact that predominantly navy and white colors have a relaxing effect on human psychology. Besides, sailing, nautical, lighthouse, wave, captain, anchor, binoculars, nautical flags, rope, such as nautical themes are seen on many textile products today.
Decorative pillows, canvasses, tapestries, pop-art, curtains, tablecloths, anchor motifs, rudders, sailor knots, sailboats on fabrics, because we can see the maritime style is indispensable in textile. The fabrics that are most suitable for this style are poplin, viscose, and linen woven with natural material suitable for the marine spirit. However, in our country and the world, we can see only nautical themes and navy color, navy blue, red and white in many clothing stores. These themes are often handled in clothes. When the sea symbolizes the independent spirit, young people today like the sea and the blue color.
In short, maritime-themed products in the past, striped pattern (inspired by the uniforms of the navy soldiers' uniforms), while we see that the use of marine colors by many fashion designers. The nautical themes we use daily are white trousers, anchor and lighthouse designs, white boat shoes, white navy blue dresses, epaulets, sailors' skirts, scarves, and accessories.