Of all the patterns we have drawn over the years, we have singled out the ones we think are most appropriate to use for decoration in architecture, and from which we have created this interesting collection of vector patterns.
If you need a vector pattern to decorate an architectural element, and you haven’t found one in this collection that fits you, we recommend that you also search other vector pattern collections on our website.
On this page you can download a simple pattern which we called the Ancient Greek crown ornament.
Here is a collection of 16 ancient antique patterns known under the names of Greek fret patterns, Greek key patterns and meander patterns.
Here you can download a simple design called ‘Ancient Greek Marquetry Ornament’, created to decorate square surfaces.
Here are several designs for Ancient Greek meanders that should meet the requirements of almost any graphic designer.
On this page you can download an antefix frieze pattern with a palmette ornamental motif.
On this page you can download 18 arch stained glass patterns.
If you need Gothic patterns, on this page we present you one that we named Cinquefoil Gothic tracery window pattern.
Here is a collection of 20 horizontal stained glass patterns with floral motifs.
In the collection which you can download here you will find 32 horizontal geometric stained glass patterns.
In the collection which you can download here you will find 52 vertical stained glass patterns with floral motifs.
This is a collection of 85 vertical geometric stained glass patterns.
On this page you can download the collection of 'border designs' called Elizabethan cartouches.
In the collection which you can download here, there are 6 eliptical stained glass patterns.
Here you can download a large collection of simple design elements called “Gothic Tracery Design Elements” as they consist of gothic tracery patterns.
On this page you can download the Gothic pattern that we named Gothic tracery window pattern.
Here is the set of four guilloche patterns that are suitable for decorating picture frames, mirrors and various other framed items.
If you need frieze pattern inspired by ancient world, these guiloche interlaced frieze patterns may satisfy all your requirements.
Here you can download a collection of 36 Handrail mouldings. All the mouldings have been found in old books and drawn in 2D CAD software.
Download free decorative pattern - Interlaced Moorish decoration from the Alhambra (plasterwork, built in the Eighth Century).
Here you can download a simple but elegant interlaced oriental repeating pattern, a fine example of Arabic decorative art.
This is an arch-shaped floral ornament suitable for painting, carving, marquetry i.e. for a large number of decorating techniques.
On this page you can download two Medieval maze patterns. The patterns are precisely drawn, which can be seen by looking at a image below.
On this page you can download a simple pattern that we named Moorish architectural ornament.
The picture shows the appearance of two architectural patterns that you can download here, which we called the Oriental lattice patterns.
In the collection which you can download here you will find 3 oval and 17 semicircular stained glass patterns.
On this page we present to you a collection of 37 parquet flooring patterns that have been found on the pages of various old books and magazines.
The patterns that you can download here originate from Pompeii and Ancient Rome. A classic example of a tessellation pattern.
This is a large collection of repeating stained glass patterns. With these patterns, you can make a very nice decorative stained glass panels.
If you need a round geometric pattern for decorating, on this page we have provided one named 'Round architectural decorative element'.
Here you can download a large number of sawn baluster patterns and choose the one that suits you best.
In this collection you will find 71 simple cresting designs. This collection includes only simple geometric cresting designs.
This is a collection of 19 square stained glass patterns with floral and geometric motifs.
The six simple ornaments you can see in the picture are Tatar ornaments and we found them in an old Russian book called “Tatar Folk Ornaments”.