70 Free High Quality Paper Texture Packs


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Photoshop Textures are really helpful for designers to create beautiful backgrounds. In the past we compile lots of useful textures for our readers. If you miss them then you can read them here Wooden Textures, Metallic Textures, Water Textures, Rust TexturesAbstract Textures and Jeans Textures.

Paper

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10 Old Paper Textures

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Paper Textures 01

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Custom Made Old Paper Pack

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Textures : Paper

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Old Paper

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Showcase: Textures in Web Design

Textured backgrounds in website design are common, especially in grunge designs. But they’re used in a variety of other design styles, too.

Textures can add visual interest to an otherwise-minimalist design, or can add that extra bit of detail that really makes a design pop.

Paper textures are by far the most common, but other regularly-seen textures include stone, concrete, rust, and fabric. And they’re not just used for backgrounds, either. Some sites incorporate textures into every aspect of their design, while others just use them for accents.

Below are more than thirty great website designs that make use of textures. Feel free to share your favorites, whether featured here or not, in the comments…


thumbnailTextured backgrounds in website design are common, especially in grunge designs. But they’re used in a variety of other design styles, too.

Textures can add visual interest to an otherwise-minimalist design, or can add that extra bit of detail that really makes a design pop.

Paper textures are by far the most common, but other regularly-seen textures include stone, concrete, rust, and fabric. And they’re not just used for backgrounds, either. Some sites incorporate textures into every aspect of their design, while others just use them for accents.

Below are more than thirty great website designs that make use of textures. Feel free to share your favorites, whether featured here or not, in the comments…

Kohette WebDesign

A stone-textured background is set apart with subtle coloring in the header. The texture repeats throughout the background.

kohette

Hugs for Monsters

Hugs for Monsters uses a bold stone texture throughout the background on their site. Incorporating it into the header adds a sense of cohesiveness to the site.

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2000 Free Photoshop Patterns


By Brant Wilson

Flowers Patters for Photoshop (6)

Photoshop Patterns

Photoshop Patterns (12)

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Free Set of High Res Plain Brown Paper Textures from Vandelay Premier

A few weeks ago we launched Vandelay Premier, a membership-based site that provides premium-quality design and career resources. Today we’re releasing a free set of 4 plain brown paper textures as a sample of what is available for members. These textures can be downloaded and used by anyone, and the standard Vandelay Premier extended license applies to this free set as well.


A few weeks ago we launched Vandelay Premier, a membership-based site that provides premium-quality design and career resources. Today we’re releasing a free set of 4 plain brown paper textures as a sample of what is available for members. These textures can be downloaded and used by anyone, and the standard Vandelay Premier extended license applies to this free set as well.

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Showcase of Fresh Texture-Based Web Designs

Over the past few months, the use of extreme textured images in web design is starting to die down. It was used so excessively that is was almost everywhere we looked when browsing the web. Other developments, such as the use of minimalism in web design and various other styles have slowly pushed the dramatic use of texture out of the window.

It does however still play a big part in the world of designing for the web, as this showcase presents. Although there are still some pretty excessive use of texture in a few of the following designs (but hey, it does look good!), the majority of them use texture as a subtle touch-up to their backgrounds, headers or footers, adding that minor but ever-so-important touch of visual interest — why have a plain white background when you can add a tiny speck of texture that just makes your design pop?

This showcase presents thirty-eight fresh examples of texture in web design, from creative design agencies, modern restaurants and even plastic film packaging companies. Let us know your favourite design!


Over the past few months, the use of extreme textured images in web design is starting to die down. It was used so excessively that is was almost everywhere we looked when browsing the web. Other developments, such as the use of minimalism in web design and various other styles have slowly pushed the dramatic use of texture out of the window.

It does however still play a big part in the world of designing for the web, as this showcase presents. Although there are still some pretty excessive use of texture in a few of the following designs (but hey, it does look good!), the majority of them use texture as a subtle touch-up to their backgrounds, headers or footers, adding that minor but ever-so-important touch of visual interest — why have a plain white background when you can add a tiny speck of texture that just makes your design pop?

This showcase presents thirty-eight fresh examples of texture in web design, from creative design agencies, modern restaurants and even plastic film packaging companies. Let us know your favourite design!

Living For Art

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Jasmin’s Living For Art portfolio uses a very delicate crumpled paper texture in the background of his web design, making the sharp, white typography pop from the page.

Progressive One

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The Progressive One design uses a texture and pattern combination to pull of this great dark-themed website, making superb use of contrast to make the site easy to view. Leer más “Showcase of Fresh Texture-Based Web Designs”

50 Inspiring Examples of Texture in Web Design

Our first post showcasing 50 Inspiring Textured Web Designs was a success and we received many nice comments and great feedback from you guys – something we love by the way. So, based on that and also to show you that textures are a hit and there is always something new popping up, we gathered this fresh list of textured sites. With this list you will be able to see that a great choice of texture can really help your design, from delicate and really subtle textures to strong and colorful ones, they are indeed versatile and stylish.


Gisele Muller

Our first post showcasing 50 Inspiring Textured Web Designs was a success and we received many nice comments and great feedback from you guys – something we love by the way. So, based on that and also to show you that textures are a hit and there is always something new popping up, we gathered this fresh list of textured sites. With this list you will be able to see that a great choice of texture can really help your design, from delicate and really subtle textures to strong and colorful ones, they are indeed versatile and stylish.

Kritzel Music

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Texture Used in Web Design: Examples, Best Practices, and How-To

Within the last ten years, web design has impressed us with glossy gradients, smooth reflections, and even plain and bold colors. With this new trend in simplicity and open space, came a better understanding and appreciation for adequate user interfaces. Now, though, in more recent designs we’re beginning to see these minimalistic and well-laid out designs come in not so plain ways. Modern designs are beginning to use more texture than before, but still using texture in an intelligent way to keep web spaces clean, organized, but just much more aesthetically pleasing.

Texture Used in Web DesignIn this post we’re going to look at some of the greatest uses of texture in web design today, and see how it can be used in so many forms. We’ll explore how the use of texture has evolved over the years in web design, and how any designer today should use texture to make designs really pop.
From Sleek to Textured-Sleek

The early era of modern web design is still widely used today. Gradients, beveling, and solids all still come into play – and it can still look modern and sophisticated.


Within the last ten years, web design has impressed us with glossy gradients, smooth reflections, and even plain and bold colors. With this new trend in simplicity and open space, came a better understanding and appreciation for adequate user interfaces. Now, though, in more recent designs we’re beginning to see these minimalistic and well-laid out designs come in not so plain ways. Modern designs are beginning to use more texture than before, but still using texture in an intelligent way to keep web spaces clean, organized, but just much more aesthetically pleasing.

Texture Used in Web DesignIn this post we’re going to look at some of the greatest uses of texture in web design today, and see how it can be used in so many forms. We’ll explore how the use of texture has evolved over the years in web design, and how any designer today should use texture to make designs really pop.

From Sleek to Textured-Sleek

The early era of modern web design is still widely used today. Gradients, beveling, and solids all still come into play – and it can still look modern and sophisticated.

Leer más “Texture Used in Web Design: Examples, Best Practices, and How-To”