White little knobs, coming in at 10x10px. Sweet!
Incoming catena. Stone & well. CC0 texture.
Colour version of the original pattern.
This ladies and gentlemen, is texturetastic! Love it.
Source Adam Pickering
Like the name says, light and gray, with some small dots and circles.
Source Brenda Lay
Seamless pattern formed from a key and lock.
From a drawing in 'At home', J. Sowerby, J. Crane and T. Frederick, 1881.
Zero CC tileable grass texture, photographed and made by me. CC0
Source Sojan Janso
Number 4 in a series of 5 beautiful patterns. Can be found in colors on the submitter’s website.
Source Janos Koos
The unit cell for this seamless pattern can be had in Inkscape by selecting the rectangle and using shift+alt+i.
An interesting dark spotted pattern at an angle.
Source Hendrik Lammers
Metal-Rusty. CC0 License.
The first pattern on here using opacity. Try it on a site with a colored background, or even using mixed colors.
Source Nathan Spady
Seamless , tileable CC-0 texture. Created by my own, feel free to use wherever you want!
Background Wall, Art Abstract, Block Well & CC0 texture.
From a drawing in 'A Guide to the Guildhall of the City of London', John Baddeley, 1898.
Dark, crisp and subtle. Tiny black lines on top of some noise.
Source Wilmotte Bastien
A large (588x375px) sand-colored pattern for your ever-growing collection. Shrink at will.
Source Alex Tapein
A classic dark tile for a bit of vintage darkness.
Prismatic Groovy Concentric Background 3
Retro Circles Background 4
Zero CC tileable brick texture, photographed and made by me. CC0
Source Sojan Janso
A bit like some carbon, or knitted netting if you will.
Source Anna Litvinuk
To get the tile this is based on, select the rectangle in Inkscape and use shift+alt+i.
Black & white version of a pattern that came out of playing with the 'light rays' plug-in for Paint.net
The image depicts a pattern of regular hexagon.As I made to use it for myself,I want to others to use it.Speaking about the ratio of the image, height : width = 2 : √3(1.732...)Ridiculous to say,I realized later that this image is not honey comb pattern.I have to slide the second row.
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The image depicts an edo-era pattern called "same-komon" or "鮫小紋"which looks like a shark skin.The "same" in Japanese means shark in English.
From a drawing in 'Cassell's Library of English Literature', Henry Morley, 1883.
If you like it a bit trippy, this wave pattern might be for you.
Source Ian Soper
Prismatic Snowflakes Pattern 2 No Background