Psychedelic Geometric Background #381
 Noise  CC 0

Psychedelic Geometric Background.

Source GDJ

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Bright Multicolored Floral Background #559
 Noise  CC 0

Bright Multicolored Floral Background by Karen Arnold from PDP.

Source GDJ

[email protected] #928
 Dark  CC BY-SA 3.0

A very dark asfalt pattern based off of a photo taken with my iPhone.

Source Atle Mo

Background pattern 245 (colour 6) #2187
 Colorful  CC 0

This was formed by distorting an image of a background on Pixabay.

Source Firkin

Paisley #1343
 Light  CC BY-SA 3.0

The name Paisley reminds me of an old British servant. That’s just me.

Source Swetha

Prismatic Snowflakes Pattern 2 No Background #412
 Light  CC 0

Prismatic Snowflakes Pattern 2 No Background

Source GDJ

Concrete Wall 2 #79
 Wall  CC BY-SA 3.0

A light gray wall or floor (you decide) of concrete.

Source Atle Mo

texture hearts pattern #242
 Noise  CC 0

A red heart background texture.

Source GDJ

Stone Wall & Yellow #1481
 Stone  CC 0

Incoming catena. Stone & well. CC0 texture.

Source Unknow

Stone Wall & Yellow #1489
 Stone  CC 0

Incoming catena. Stone & well. CC0 texture.

Source Unknow

Tileable [email protected] #656
 Wood  CC BY-SA 3.0

Not so subtle. These tileable wood patterns are very useful.

Source Elemis

Shine [email protected] #714
 Grid  CC BY-SA 3.0

It’s like Shine Dotted’s sister, only rotated 45 degrees.

Source mediumidee

Fleurs-de-lys pattern 2 #2205
 Dark  CC 0

Colour version of the original pattern inspired by the front cover of 'Old and New Paris', Henry Edwards, 1894.

Source Firkin

Silver Scales #189
 Light  CC BY-SA 3.0

Turn your site into a dragon with this great scale pattern.

Source Alex Parker

Decorative divider 252 #2065
 Dark  CC 0

Remix from a drawing in 'Ostatnie chwile powstania styczniowego', Zygmunt Sulima, 1887.

Source Firkin

flower seamless pattern-remix #2445
 Fabric  CC 0

This is a remix of "flower seamless pattern".I rotated the original image by 90 degrees.This is a seamless pattern of flowers.These horizontal wavy lines are one of Edo patterns which is called "tatewaku or tachiwaku or 立湧" that represents uprising steam or vapor.

Source Yamachem

Tex2res4 #717
 Dark  CC BY-SA 3.0

Number 1 in a series of 5 beautiful patterns. Can be found in colors on the submitter’s website.

Source Janos Koos

Cross Scratches #625
 Paper  CC BY-SA 3.0

Subtle scratches on a light gray background.

Source Andrey Ovcharov

Mossy #1296
 Stone  CC 0

ZeroCC tileable mossy (lichen) stone texture, edited from pixabay. CC0

Source Sojan Janso

Background pattern 303 #1888
 Unknow  CC 0

Heavily remixed from a drawing that was uploaded to Pixabay by ractapopulous

Source Firkin

Background pattern 225 (colour 4) #2324
 Green  CC 0

Seamless pattern formed from a tile that can be extracted by selecting the rectangle in Inkscape and using shift-alt-i.

Source Firkin

Graphene pattern 1 #2235
 Dark  CC 0

Different from the original in being a simple tile stored as a pattern definition, rather than numerous repeated objects. Hence easy and quick to give this pattern to objects of different shapes. To get the tile in Inkscape, select the rectangle and use shift+alt+i.

Source Firkin

Background pattern 234 #2259
 Brown  CC 0

Drawn in Paint.net and vectorised in Vector Magic.

Source Firkin

“Transparent” Background Pattern #493
 Light  CC 0

An emulated “transparent” background pattern, like that of all kinds of computer graphics software.

Source AdamStanislav

Background pattern 239 (colour 2) #2216
 Red  CC 0

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

Source Firkin

Sakura Blossoms Background #389
 Noise  CC 0

Sakura Blossoms Background

Source GDJ

White [email protected] #1106
 Wall  CC BY-SA 3.0

Looks like an old wall. I guess that’s it then?

Source Viahorizon

Parquet flooring pattern #2427
 Red  CC 0

A seamless pattern recreated from an image on Pixabay. It is reminiscent of parquet flooring and is formed from a square tile, which can be recovered in Inkscape by selecting the ungrouped rectangle and using shift-alt-I together.

Source Firkin