The early shapes of ancient Chinese had been directly represented, and impersonated characters. Therefore, each of these had a meaning reflected by appearances, and it`s characters had elements made up by patterns. In the limited space of square or circle the Chinese characters have a aesthetic sculptural beauty. Since it consist of not only point and line, but also curve and relative distance, it should have a perfect golden ratio. So, in the limited space various design patterns could be presented such as squares, circles and triangles. In terms of the writing process and decorational expressions, the Chinese character goes through a change into original shape. Because of the change, it can be turn into multiple forms. This is the main reason it can be used forpatterns or designs as decoration. "Auspicious" is the main subject of design, all expressions of luck or implied auspicious patterns could be used for decorations. For example, the representation of good fortune(福), longevity(壽), happiness(喜) and prosperity (祿), auspicious(吉) are someof the most selected designs. So, it was continuously(further) developed. It became a norm using four words idiom as a pattern, and combining Chinese characters with drawed natural objects. It is more on the visual arts development. The principle of harmonic and assonance also used the already formed pattern and design by combining Chinese character with plants, animals, and other various objects having the implicative auspicious meaning such as a flower tracery. In the Chinese pattern, the tracery of Chinese characters represents concreteness. In contrast with the tracery the pattern of natural objects express an abstract concept such as luck, peace and fecundity. The pattern of Chinese character can be explained by three elements of Chinese character such as shape, meaning and pronunciation. The shape makes up the design. The meaning reflects the image. The pronunciation expands meaning to formties between character and image. So, following analysis among the three elements of logical relationship, we can resolve the structural characteristics in the patternsof Chinese characters and aesthetic characteristics. The pattern of Chinese character is widely exhibited in the life and folklore of the people. From the four seasons to festivals to small clothes and art wares the pattern of Chinese character constructs unique time and space with auspicious meanings. In the Chinese characters, patterns of ideas and values we can find stories of peoples lives, a utilitarian expectancy and a desire that reflect different values. The pattern of Chinese character is a symbol of Chinese culture, and a deep and profound reflection of the Chinese people.