There are numerous textures and patterns in nature that can be inspiring to design a new face for carpet. In this matter more relative textures with entwined displays seems to be a proper choice to transfer the sense of woven materials as well as their softness. With this idea the characteristic netted appearance on the outside skin of a cantaloupe is magnificent as a biomimicry design for the carpet pattern.
The net-like texture over the softer base of its skin can be simulated in multi cut pile carpets. However looking at the inner side of the cantaloupe, its organic structure in different layers, and form of its elements offers more relative shapes and outlines to design the feature of a carpet. To illustrate, a combination of the netted look of the cantaloupe skin with the shape of entangled seeds in its central punching bag makes a stunning face for the carpet tile. Such a pattern also has the capability to be arranged either in order or randomly.