Textures and patterns are mischievous elements of a design. Here’s why:  both of them have the ability to surprise every time. There is literally no dearth of textures. You can see and find them everywhere, however an individual can never really vouch that he or she has seen them all. It’s not possible, because Floor Tile Textures and patterns reinvent themselves in different living and non-living forms. Take the example of herringbone textures. Would you believe this Scale Textures is actually seen in a fish’s bones? Well, that’s the truth. Herringbone textures are hugely popularly and that’s why this post is about them. Take a look at what we found for you.  

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Outdoor Tiling Herringbone Textures

One of the places you’re most likely to spot the herring bone texture is in the design of outdoor tiling especially on pavements. Look at this vector set displaying three variations of the herringbone textures, all of them seen outdoors in different places.  

Knitted Herringbone Fabric Texture

This is a rather standard herringbone texture design which you’d popularly find on fabrics. This specimen shows a knitted version of the herringbone texture. You can use it on your fabrics too!

Herringbone Seamless Texture

If you like textures which come off as optical illusions at first, this example of abstract herringbone seamless texture is worth a look definitely. It has got black and white thread strokes in its design.  

Herringbone Steel Texture

This a herringbone texture found on a dark-colored fabric. As stated earlier, herringbone textures are a extensively used in fabric design. If you like to include a specimen of herringbone texture on a fabric, this one is good nominee!

Abstract Herringbone Texture

This is a hand-drawn abstract herringbone texture in yellow color. It would make for great printed texture on a fabric. Else you can always consider it to make a good background or wallpaper design.

Herringbone Floor Texture

This is a seamless herringbone texture made on wooden floor.  The texture and overall design is extremely polished and there also clarity. The movement of parallel lines is very visible and that is one of the USPs of the texture.

Grey Tiles Herringbone Texture

This herringbone texture was found on a floor. By the look of it, the pattern has been created using gray stones put together to make a pavement or sidewalk somewhere. This sample is available in 4 variations and different sizes.  

Pastel Colored Herringbone Texture

Check out this subtle yet very amazing pastel colored herringbone texture. It looks so good, we’d say you don’t give this one second thoughts and include it in relevant projects immediately.

Herringbone Heart Background Texture

A heart backdrop has been created using herringbone pattern. The heart and pattern are designed using light pink color. The design itself comes as a wonder texture specimen if you look from a distance.

Herringbone Or Chevron Art Texture

If you’re a fan of Chevron patterns and textures then you’re going to absolutely cherish looking t this hand-drawn colorful texture which you can use to spice up your online and offline projects. Multiple colors are available.

Tweed Fabric Herringbone Texture

Herringbone Decorative Wood Textures

Swatch Pink Colored Herringbone Texture

Download Flat Herringbone Texture

Smeared Herringbone Seamless Texture

Herringbone Fabric Seamless Texture

Herringbone Smooth Gold Texture

Herringbone Brick Texture

Seamless Herringbone Background Texture

Grungy Herringbone Texture

Herringbone textures are amazing. Whether it is online project or an offline endeavor, you can easily make use of any or all of the textures we have listed for you above. You’re good to use them for commercial and personal purposes. Download all the textures and use them when a suitable project comes calling!

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