You’re designing a brochure and what you see is very promising so far. However, the brochure looks flat. You see there is something missing, but you don’t know what it is.
Have you tried adding a texture to your design? If you want examples on how to use a texture to improve your brochure, take a look at our list!
1. A neat textured cover with a letterpress effect.
2. This brochure makes use of a tiled geometric pattern with bright colors.
3. We love this fabric-inspired texture for an antique furniture dealer.
4. This texture simulates a notebook’s cover.
5. A brochure that features duotone photography and a textured background.
6. A rich vintage look works well for this stylish Vespa brochure.
7. This wooden texture almost looks real!
8. A texture is a good way to create a high-end brochure.
9. Texture doesn't have to be just lines.
10. This rustic textured brochure celebrates the flavor of the West.
Give it a try!
Textures give a brochure extra appeal and can meet a number of design needs. Textures can be used as simple backdrops, as a way to highlight specific elements of the content or as eye-catching hooks, adding depth and sophistication to the brochure’s cover or inner panels.