Who else is so ready for fall?! Each September I savour the last few weeks of summer as Autumn Equinox approaches — but this year, I couldn’t be more excited its arrival! This magical month between summer and fall is my absolute favourite — the leaves slowly start turning, the temperatures start cooling and I find myself endlessly inspired by the changing landscape, crisp air and incoming trends. I relish in the process of channeling this inspiration into my life and creative work! Today, I’m thrilled to bring you my September Digital Blooms Roundup, featuring 11 Free Tech Wallpapers inspired by this gorgeous, transitional time of year.
Refresh your tech for fall by downloading a free floral tech wallpaper incorporating some of late summer and early autumn’s prettiest flowers and foliage! September’s DIGITAL BLOOMS feature a lovely palette of summer pastels juxtaposed with autumn’s quintessential earth tones and deep berries across an eclectic assortment of seasonal flowers and foraged offerings. You’ll find an inspired assortment of Anemones, Astilbe, Angel Wings Begonia leaves, Barberry leaves, Chrysanthemums, Cotinus, Cosmos, Dalihas, Dusty Miller, Eremurus, Firewheels, Golden Tickseed, Hypericum, Larkspur, Pampas Grass, Poppy Pods, Ranunulus, an assortment of of Roses, Rudbeckia, Scabiosa, Strawflower, Stock, Sunflowers, Solidago, Sweet Peas, Thlaspi and Whiskey Grass at play in this gorgeous collection of early fall floral tech wallpapers. Click through to choose from 11 seasonally inspired designs to download to the background of your computer, laptop, tablet or phone — absolutely free!
HOW TO DOWNLOAD
Click on the image you want to download and it will open in a new window. Right click and select ‘Save Image As’ or ‘Set as Desktop Wallpaper’. If you selected the ‘Save Image As’ option, then just locate the image you saved, right click, and then select ‘Set Desktop Picture’.
Phone / Tablet (iOS)
Click on the image you want to download and it will open in a new window. Then, click on the up arrow icon at the bottom of the screen, and select ‘Save Image’. Navigate to ‘Settings’, then ‘Wallpaper’, then ‘Choose a New Wallpaper’ and select the image you downloaded from your photos. You’ll be able to scroll across the image by dragging your finger across the screen and you can resize or crop it to your liking to display different sections of the design.
These images are for personal use as digital device wallpapers only and cannot be used in any other way (including social media posts) without express permission from JustineCelina. I’m relying on the honour system here, but you guys are good people, right?
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SEPTEMBER DIGITAL BLOOMS | 11 FREE DOWNLOADABLE FLORAL TECH BACKGROUNDS
— To download wallpapers, simply click the full sized images below and follow the How to Download steps —
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Visit our DIGITAL BLOOMS archive page to browse the complete free floral wallpaper archives, featuring over 100 designs!
Thanks for stopping by today for my September DIGITAL BLOOMS roundup today, flower friends! Which free summer floral wallpaper did you choose this month? Let me know in the comments or share your DIGITAL BLOOMS in action with #justinecelinadigitalblooms on social media. I always highlight my favourites on Insta Stories and love to see them in action on your devices!
Craving even more transitional flower inspiration? Get your seasonal flower fix by either browsing our FLOWER archives or following along with our Digital Blooms Board and Flower Board on Pinterest. What are your favourite late summer and early autumn flowers?
Disclaimer: This post is not sponsored, and contains my genuine thoughts, ideas and recommendations. All copyright of these images is retained by JustineCelina.com. If you’re interested in licensing these images for commercial purposes, please contact me.