by Jocelyn Warner

 - Nov 17, 2006   Updated: May 9 2011
References: jocelynwarner & lifever
Jocelyn Warner has always had an interest in the design world especially with repeated structures and patterns. Growing up in a 1960s house designed by her architect farther and filled with fabrics and furniture by John Piper, Lucienne and Robin Day wetted her appetite for textiles. She now runs her own brand full of home foods and amazing wallpaper.

Implications - Repetition of patterns and structures in home design reflects the consumer's desire to create consistency in an increasingly chaotic world. Corporations, advertisers and marketers can gain insight on how repetition can build brand consistency through offering comfort to consumers who are inundated with a plethora of advertisements, media images, television shows, movies and products.