My personal Aesthetic as I’m sure most people’s is, is not very well defined. However through many of my previous designs just in the products that I purchase, there are some commonalities. The first and arguably biggest part of my personal aesthetic is my attraction to glossy smooth textures, curves and wood. And this aesthetic is very similar to the Mid Century Modern Accent table that is shown above. Growing up there were a few things that lead me to this aesthetic. The first was the glossy wood tables at my Grandmother’s house. I fondly remember they always being there and I really admired the stained wood and the smooth finish of the surface. The other was the minimalistic aspects of my dad’s artwork
This aesthetic growing up really lead me to prefer a more minimalist clean aesthetic and to really explore more geometric patterns. Overall, this is the most fluid part of my personal aesthetic. In terms of materials and textures, my aesthetic is very consistent, while in terms of designs and patterns, I really like to play with curves and geometry to achieve a balance between minimalism and maximism.
“Sopwith Camel”, by Donald Chamot