Decorative divider #1996
 Dark  CC 0

From a drawing in 'Two Women in the Klondike', Mary Hitchcock, 1899.

Source Firkin

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Wood Web Background #870
 Wood  CC BY-SA 3.0

Here's a tile-able wood background image for use in web design.

Source V. Hartikainen

Decorative divider 208 #2366
 Dark  CC 0

Derived from elements found in a floral ornament drawing on Pixabay.

Source Firkin

Mix & Red Pattern #1640
 Metal  CC 0

Metal-Plain or Painted. CC0 License.

Source Unknow

Mix & Black Pattern #1634
 Metal  CC 0

Metal-Plain or Painted. CC0 License.

Source Unknow

Dark [email protected] #40
 Dark  CC BY-SA 3.0

Very dark pattern with some noise and 45-degree lines.

Source Stefan Aleksić

Tall plant #1818
 Dark  CC 0

From a drawing in 'The Christian Year', John Keble, 1880

Source Firkin

Subtle Website Background #1022
 Stone  CC BY-SA 3.0

Here's a subtle marble-like background for use on websites.

Source V. Hartikainen

Floral pattern 7 #2291
 Pink  CC 0

Utilising some flowers from Almeidah. To get the unit tile, select the rectangle in Inkscape and use shift-alt-i.

Source Firkin

Metal Pole Rusty & Light #1650
 Metal  CC 0

Metal-Rusty. CC0 License.

Source Unknow

Background pattern 220 #2360
 Dark  CC 0

A seamless pattern formed from a tile that can be had in Inkscape by selecting the rectangle and using shift+alt+i. Derived from a design in 'Storia del Palazzo Vecchio in Firenze', Aurelio Gotti, 1889.

Source Firkin

Floral divider 2 #1924
 Dark  CC 0

From a drawing in 'A Guide to the Guildhall of the City of London', John Baddeley, 1898.

Source Firkin

Escheresque Dark #1064
 Dark  CC BY-SA 3.0

A comeback for you: the popular Escheresque, now in black.

Source Patten

Seamless Core Pattern 3 #167
 Dark  CC 0

Seamless Core Pattern 3

Source GDJ

Configurable Graph [email protected] #816
 Stripes  CC 0

Pass parameters to the URL or edit the source code variables to configure the graph paper for the division desired.

Source JayNick

Decorative divider 251 #2069
 Dark  CC 0

Remixed from a drawing in 'Sun Pictures of the Norfolk Broads', Ernest Suffling, 1892.

Source Firkin

Floral design 101 (version 2) #1757
 Green  CC 0

From a drawing in 'At home', J. Sowerby, J. Crane and T. Frederick, 1881.

Source Firkin

Gray [email protected] #756
 Gray  CC BY-SA 3.0

Floral patterns might not be the hottest thing right now, but you never know when you need it!

Source Lauren

[email protected] #830
 Dark  CC BY-SA 3.0

Not the Rebel alliance, but a dark textured pattern.

Source Hendrik Lammers

Wine waiter pattern #2403
 Colorful  CC 0

A seamless pattern formed from a square tile based on a jpg on Pixabay. The tile can be retrieved by selecting the rectangle in Inkscape and using shift-alt-I.

Source Firkin

Real Carbon [email protected] #287
 Carbon  CC BY-SA 3.0

Carbon fiber is never out of fashion, so here is one more style for you.

Source Alfred Lee

Iron Rusted & Dark Red #1659
 Metal  CC 0

Metal-Rusty. CC0 License.

Source Unknow

Background pattern 214 (colour 2) #2376
 Red  CC 0

A seamless chequerboard pattern formed from a tile that can be had in Inkscape by selecting the rectangle and using shift+alt+i. Alternative colour scheme.

Source Firkin

Subtle [email protected] #950
 Dark  CC BY-SA 3.0

There are many carbon patterns, but this one is tiny.

Source Designova

Dark Leather #129
 Dark  CC BY-SA 3.0

You were craving more leather, so I whipped this up by scanning a leather jacket.

Source Atle Mo

Bedge Grunge #978
 Paper  CC BY-SA 3.0

A large (588x375px) sand-colored pattern for your ever-growing collection. Shrink at will.

Source Alex Tapein

Scribble Light #739
 Paper  CC BY-SA 3.0

A bit like smudged paint or some sort of steel, here is scribble light.

Source Tegan Male

Background pattern 328 (colour 4) #1798
 Green  CC 0

To get the tile this is based on select the rectangle in Inkscape and use shift-alt-i

Source Firkin

Beechwood #1295
 Wood  CC 0

ZeroCC tileable beechwood wood texture, generated in Neo Texture Edit by me. CC0

Source Sojan Janso

Flourish 3 #2298
 Dark  CC 0

From a drawing in 'Gately's World's Progress', Charles Beale, 1886.

Source Firkin