Fantastic New Floral Patterns from Across the Web

Adding floral elements to any project adds a touch of spring, nature, even femininity. Flowers with bugs, vines with flowers, grunge florals — whatever style you need you are sure to find below. The following are some of the best fresh, new floral patterns for web design, postcard printing design, business cards, and more. Any one of them would make a great addition to your resource package for use now or for future designs. Take a look and have some fun with these inspirational floral patterns.

Newest Patterns from

These stylish floral designs have a retro wallpaper feel to them. The clean style and charming color palette make these a favorite of mine.

Bright yellow and bold orange create a beautiful palette for these summer themed floral patterns. These are perfect to spruce up your postcard printing and website design for the upcoming season.

These Japanese inspired floral designs are pretty in pink. The simplicity of these designs make them universally beautiful for any project.

Day at the park is the theme of these dainty floral patterns. The retro feel make these stylish patterns charming for new design.

Each lovely tulip pattern holds charm in the delicate lines and tasteful color choice.

Dragonflies and water plants have never been more charming. Each design has a hand painted feel.

Florals can be used in grunge design as well. Here are some floral patterns that would add a grunge element to any project from postcard printing to website design.

Beautiful mosaic floral patterns are given new life with a very popular color palette.

Little Japanese Apricot

Sometimes simple is what you need. These pretty little flowers look amazing in any color scheme.


These oriental floral designs are fresh and beautiful. The subtle details and lovely colors make them perfect for postcard printing and brochure printing.

Young Lady

Young lady floral patterns shown here are a wonderful example of the current trend to make retro designs look clean and fresh.

Flower Pattern

The subdued colors and hand drawn feel of these flowers gives them a grunge look.

Pattern Trail Soft Soft Collection

Pretty purple floral designs would make a lovely background for business cards or a website.

Vintage Wallpaper Texture

This vintage print is full of intricate details. The muted neutral colors could work in many projects, including some grunge designs.

New Patterns from

Sometimes simplicity is just what you need. If that is your case then you will love these floral patterns from

Bright colorful flowers on a crisp white background make these clean and fresh designs.

Simple and fun color combinations make these floral patterns great for any project.

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Classy and pretty, this pattern has some lovey details that make it one of my favorites.

Some of these great floral patterns would work great for even masculine projects.

Add a pop to your postcard printing with these funky flower shapes in black and white and bold colors.

Stock Vector Floral Patterns

These stock vector floral patters are beautiful and feminine and look great in soft colors.

Floral Patterns Vector

These floral patterns could be used for more masculine designs.

New Patterns

This floral lace pattern could add a delicate touch to your projects.

A very elegant floral pattern, this one would make for a very stunning old-fashioned background.

The flowers in this pattern pack could be used for more than just a children’s design.

This pattern looks as if it came straight from my grandma’s bathroom. The old-fashioned design and colors could add nostalgia to any project.

This circular floral pattern is completely seamless, making it easy to create a larger sized background for websites or posters.

This gorgeous seamless pattern in a lovely green hue reminds one of summer and meadows.

Garden Patterns

This simple pattern looks lovely no matter the shade, as shown in the examples above.

Ornate Damask Pattern Pack

This pattern pack costs only $5, not a very high price to pay for such stunning floral patterns.

Patterns by Cevkarade

This floral pattern set has a retro, almost metallic look to it.

These patterns come in a nice shade of blue, and would look great when needing an old-fashioned feel, retro feel, or simply a unique floral touch.

With six different patterns from which to choose, this set is a must have for any designer’s pattern collection.

These bright patterns could be used to add a floral touch to a design without being too recognizably flowery.

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Madalin Tudose

I`m a web developer. I build HTML Templates and WordPress Themes which are eventually released on ThemeForest under the DeliciousThemes brand.

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  1. Sabine on March 18, 2011 at 2:13 am Reply

    Great collection! Thank you so much for including Patterrific with such nice words!
    Wishing you a happy weekend!

    1. Tara Hornor on March 18, 2011 at 6:14 pm Reply

      Thanks to you, Sabine, for such beautiful and noteworthy patterns that you provide. All are so stunning and high quality that it’s my pleasure to mention Patterific!

      Thank you for sharing your latest post! I love the variety of colors and designs. Once again, stunning!

  2. Adriana on March 18, 2011 at 6:56 am Reply

    Hey again Tara, I just love your articles 🙂 I love the patterns you listed above. I have to say that my personal favorites are the ones from Patterrific. Here are some more beautiful patterns to add to your collection, I hope you like them 🙂

    1. Tara Hornor on March 18, 2011 at 6:08 pm Reply

      Thanks, Adriana! I’m so glad that you enjoy my articles. I also appreciate the pattern links. I’m definitely going to use this site for future posts. I really love the seamless floral damask pattern and the seamless floral illustration in the first link you list, and I think they are both worthy of noting:–vector-background—seamless-floral-illustration-7683.htm

  3. Rocky on March 28, 2011 at 4:54 am Reply

    Hey Tara, I love this article 🙂
    Such a huge and really beautiful collection.

    1. Tara Hornor on June 22, 2011 at 6:53 pm Reply

      Thank you, Rocky! I am glad you enjoyed it.

  4. muhammed on June 22, 2011 at 5:42 am Reply

    thanks tara .
    its afantastic patterns
    wishing you ahappy days

    1. Tara Hornor on June 22, 2011 at 7:01 pm Reply

      You’re welcome, Muhammad! Happy to know you liked the patterns.

  5. EcoHome Insulation on July 15, 2012 at 6:17 am Reply

    Many thanks for these, great article. What software would be best for business card design?
    Many thanks

    1. Madalin Tudose on July 19, 2012 at 1:51 am Reply

      Probably Illustrator because creates images at 300dpi. You can do it with Photoshop too. Is your call.

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