Are you tired of looking at your old boring wallpaper? Google recently released 3 new collections of wallpapers for the Chrome OS Canary channel, and in my opinion they are amazing. You can download them right now – even if you do not own a Chromebook.

I understand it. Having a plain, solid background is important to keep you less distracted from your work in a corporate setting. But with your device, personalization is the key to making your computer look fresh and exciting.


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

Made of Canvas

Do you feel modern? These artworks were drawn on Chrome Canvas, a popular drawing app by Google. I love how animated and vivid these illustrations are, especially the mid-century feel and color pop to emphasize the modern look. Russ Gray and Hedof both did an amazing job with this collection.


Love 3-D abstract art as much as I do? Abstract designs like this collection create a unique composition using shapes, form and gesture markings. I love how Rutger Paulusse takes advantage of transparency, lighting and gradients to create a unique design metaphor. Some of these wallpapers have a dark variant, suggesting that Chrome OS Dark mode might be just around the corner.


Chrome OS Canary users can now get Collage, Made by Canvas and Element now in the wallpaper selector, but you need to enable chrome: // flag / # use-wallpaper-staging-url so they can show up. If you̵

7;re not on Chrome OS Canary or do not own a Chromebook, do not worry: I’ve covered you.

You can download these wallpapers uncompressed in 3000×1999 resolution by clicking the source link at the bottom of the page. Adding new backgrounds may not work significantly on the surface, but it shows that Google is interested in creating a quality experience for users.