Tired of those default backgrounds or showing your messy home during important video meetings? We offer free virtual backgrounds for Zoom to brighten up your meetings with Scandinavian pattern design!

We provide 10 options for you for free, all designed by Finland-based professional textile designers. Get to know the patterns, click your favourite one open and save it on your computer. Then open Zoom Desktop application, your own profile and its settings. Upload the image to Virtual Background and start using it!

Don’t forget to take a selfie and tag us with #patternsfromagency during your meeting. We would love to see these patterns in your use!

Ammi Lahtinen’s Rhythm-pattern has been in use on home textiles and wall panels before, and now as virtual wallpaper. How would you like to see it in the future?

For Anna Kuukka, animals have a true poetry in them. She wanted to capture the flight and motions of a sparrow as it takes to the sky. The Sparrow-pattern is her confession of love to birds in general; their agility, resilience, and elegance.

Miira Zukale’s Airy-pattern has been in use for home textiles before. How do you like it as a virtual wallpaper?

Ilana Vähätupa describes her Aallot-pattern: “Aallot was inspired by the waves and the rhythmic movements colliding with each other.”

Maria Tolvanen’s light and airy Kehra-pattern is named after a town in northern Estonia It is a summer pattern par excellence.

The fauna and nature of the Baltic Sea coast.are the source of inspiration for Lokki-pattern by Hanna Ruusulampi.

Tanja Kallio about her Atto-pattern: “Abstract and angular surface can be living and moving. In the Atto pattern abstract forms are growing. The abstract structures of natural surfaces when seen through the microscope inspire this pattern. The name of the pattern refers to even smaller than nano scale.”

The link to Nonodd Design Studio’s pattern will be added soon!

Noora Hattunen is the designer for Matches-pattern. Her granny’s attick is full of treasure from decades. Someone had left beautiful old matchboxes in between the attick’s window. What a great source of inspiration for a pattern!

Tiina Taivainen’s inspiration for Sulo-pattern is great, too. “It was unusually cold spring when designing the patterns of Silmu collection. The inspiration for the collection were the little hints of spring: leaves trying to open, a sunny moment in between the showers of snow, fresh morning after a freeze night. The patterns are calm but have a promise of coming summer.”

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