The Idealized Beauty Of The Victorian Era

The Idealized Beauty Of The Victorian Era

The Victorian era was a time of love for ornate complexity. This is evident in the architecture, furniture, fashion, as well as typography that we see. Many designers today replicate the sentimentality, and idealized beauty of this era and we can find many of them here:

Victorian Borders and Flourishes

Decorative Corners by webalys

Victorian Border by Penina

Victorian Ornamental Flourishes by BioWorkz

Vector Hand-Sketched Flourishes by Nicky Laatz

Victorian Fonts

Aestique Font by Decade Type Foundry

Epique Typeface by AlterDeco Type Foundry

Albert Typeface by BayleyDesign

Bruce Flourished by Intellecta Design

Backgrounds and Patterns

Seamless Baroque Pattern by Depiano

Vintage Wallpapers by Evgeniya Ivanova

Leafy Vines Pattern Tile by Penina

Victorian Wallpaper Set by Pelican graphics


Aren't these designs just lovely? Please feel free to share your thoughts of the beauty of this era. We would love to hear what you have to say!

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So lovely, I love the art of this era; romantic, full of little details than enhance the whole piece, classical and whimsical at the same time.


Thanks so much for including my patterns, Sarah! And also for pointing out some beautiful work by other Creative Market sellers. I just stumbled on this post, and was very pleased to find my work a part of this collection. That Albert typeface is my favorite!

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