Tired of looking at your old boring wallpaper? Google recently released three new collections of wallpapers for the Canarian Chrome OS channel. In my opinion, they are breathtaking. You can download it now – even if you don’t own a Chromebook.

I get it. A plain background is important so that you are less distracted from your work in a company. With your device, however, personalization is key to keeping your computer looking fresh and exciting.


Do you want something relaxing? This wallpaper collection offers an analog color palette that is beautiful and easy to look at. Matthew Hollister did a great job keeping the mood calm and harmonious by striking a nice balance between color and contrast.

Made by Canvas

Do you feel up to date? These artworks were drawn on Chrome Canvas, a popular drawing app from Google. I like how animated and lively these illustrations are, especially the feel and mid-century color pop to accentuate the contemporary look. Russ Gray and Hedof did an excellent job with this collection.


Do you love abstract 3D art as much as I do? Abstract designs like this collection create a unique composition of shapes, forms and gestures. I love how Rutger Paulusse uses translucency, lighting, and gradients to create a unique design metaphor. Some of these backgrounds have a dark twist, which suggests that Chrome OS Dark Mode might be just around the corner.


Chrome OS Canary users can now select Collage, Made by Canvas, and Element in the background selector, but must enable them chrome: // flags / # use-wallpaper-staging-url so that they appear. If you̵

7;re not on Chrome OS Canary or don’t have a Chromebook, don’t worry: I’ve got you covered.

You can download these wallpapers uncompressed in 3000 x 1999 resolution by clicking the source link at the bottom of the page. Adding new wallpapers doesn’t seem to matter on the surface, but it does show that it’s important to Google to give users a quality experience.