Moquette is a type of worsted pile fabric produced using a weaving technique as jacquard, in which the threads form a dense pile, making it tough and durable, and very suitable for public transport. Because of the huge amount of use seats on buses and trains endure, moquette is usually patterned to hide wear, staining, and graffiti; and undoubtedly you encounter many different designs on your daily commute wherever in the world you are. Some are ingenious, some are ugly, perhaps one is tied indelibly in your mind with its locality. Here are some patterns in my area, rated:
Do you have any photos of the seat patterns you encounter on your travels? I would love to see them!
Have a fine day, everyone!