Sharp diamond pattern. A small 24x18px tile.
Source Tom Neal
A colorful triangular background, variation 4.
Gamedev - Wood Textures. CC0 License.
Source Davit Masia
The Grid. A digital frontier. I tried to picture clusters of information as they traveled through the computer.
Source Haris Šumić
A very slick dark rubber grip pattern, sort of like the grip on a camera.
A seamless pattern formed from a square tile. The tile can be retrieved by selecting the rectangle in Inkscape and using shift-alt-I. A version of the original with random colors.
Sakura Blossoms Background
Metal-Rusty. CC0 License.
Zerro CC tillable texture of stones photographed and made by me. CC0
Source Sojan Janso
Prismatic Basic Pattern 2 No Background
From a drawing in 'Danmarks Riges Historie af J. Steenstrup, Kr. Erslev, A. Heise, V. Mollerup, J. A. Fridericia, E. Holm, A. D. Jørgensen', 1897.
Zero CC tileable seed texture, edited by me to be seamless from a Pixabay image. CC0
Source Sojan Janso
A seamless pattern formed from a modified version of rwwgub's tile. To get the tile, select the rectangle in Inkscape and use shift+alt+i.
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A seamless green background texture. The image is distributed under a Creative Commons License (like all of the images here).
Source V. Hartikainen
Design drawn in Paint.net, vectorised using Vector Magic and finished in Inkscape.
Sweet and subtle white plaster with hints of noise and grunge.
Source Phil Maurer
A seamless pattern formed from miutopia's cakes on a tablecloth.
A background pattern inspired by designs seen in 'Burghley. The Life of William Cecil', William Charlton, 1857.
A chequerboard pattern with a fruit theme. The fruits are from a posting by inkscapeforum.it.
Colorful Stripes Background
Gravel style CC0 texture.
It has waves, so make sure you don’t get sea sickness.
Medium gray fabric pattern with 45-degree lines going across.
Source Atle Mo
Sometimes you just need the simplest thing.
Inspired by a drawing seen in 'City of Liverpool', James Picton, 1883.
Add some sprinkles to your site.
Source Rebecca Litt
Winter is coming, after all!
Tiny dark square tiles with varied color tones.
From a drawing in 'Prose and Verse ', William Linton, 1836.
Original minus the background