Organise Your Desktop With These Lined And Gridded Wallpapers

Keeping our desktops organised don't always require built-in organisation . Sometimes we just need a grid or a few lines here and there to keep us ordered. Here are a bunch of wallpapers to keep your desktop tidy within the lines.

Blueprint

Download this wallpaper [Minimal Wall 2560x1600]

Grid System

Download this wallpaper [Minimal Wall 2560x1600]

Graph Paper

Download this wallpaper [Rawen713 on deviantART 4968x3060]

Step Gradient

Download this wallpaper [Simple Desktops 2560x1600]

Honeycomb Metal Mesh Grid

Download this wallpaper [psdGraphics 5000x3750]

Martini Rossi Livery

Download this wallpaper [Simple Desktops 2560x1600]

Stainless Steel Mesh

Download this wallpaper [psdGraphics 4000x3000]

Grid

Download this wallpaper [Minimal Wall 2560x1600]

MonaLisa

Download this wallpaper [Simple Desktops 2560x1600]

The Grid

Download this wallpaper [Simple Desktops 2560x1600]

Hive

Download this wallpaper [Simple Desktops 2560x1600]

The Grid (iPhone)

Download this wallpaper [Bartleme Design 640x960]

Comes in six different variations!


Comments

    What's wrong with the auto placement on the desktop of most OS's!

    Ikea's desktop, shameless advertising as it is with the word "campaigns" in the url, actually works quite well too! http://www.ikea.com/ms/hu_HU/campaigns/IKEA_desktop_folders.html

    Rather than wallpaper, I've found Fences to be great for organising my desktop.
    While my home desktop is minimalist (other than variety of Rainmeter displays) and doesn't need it, I use Fences on my work PC to organise workflow with areas for immediate action, long-term to do, current vs recent jobs, short term dump, file/directory shortcuts etc

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