Weekly Wallpaper: Endless Desktop Patterns

Weekly Wallpaper: Endless Desktop Patterns

Photos can be distracting and solid colours get a little boring. Patterns offer the best of both worlds. Here are some of our favourite pattern-based wallpapers, many of which will repeat infinitely for those of you with extra large and multiple monitors.

Fancy Scales

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The Grid

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Pine Trees

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Clone

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Gradient

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Maze

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Gingham Red

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Candy Corn

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Mixed Colour Cubes

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Sailor Print

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Comments

  • Clone and Maze clearly aren’t “endlessly repeating” and will look stupid tiled.
    With so many opions out there, how hard is it to get something so simple right?

        • The very bottom row is also not tiling to the top row. So in multi-level monitor systems it won’t tile up/down.
          Gradient has the same issue with left/right as well as top/bottom.
          Mixed-colour cubes could probably get away with it, but also doesn’t tile properly.
          Fancy scales and candy corn seem fine left/right but not top/bottom.

          If you’re using a multi-level monitor system though, I’m not sure how often you’ll be looking at the backgrounds, so most of these issues don’t matter.

          • True, but unless your monitors are border-less and joined, you won’t notice proper tiling if there’s a physical gap between them

    • Here are some of our favourite pattern-based wallpapers, many of which will repeat infinitely

      N.B. “many”, not “all”. Reading comprehension is a life skill.

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