KDE Plasma

24 Great KDE Plasma 5.24 Themes

13. Prof Dark

KDE Themes: Pro Dark
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In many eyes, Prof Dark offers a sleek and uniform desktop experience. We prefer the dark version.

This theme is published under the GNU General Public License v3.0.


14. Cherry

KDE Themes: Cherry
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Cherry Global is another amazing theme. It draws inspiration from the Honkai Impact 3 game, the spiritual successor to Houkai Gakuen 2, using many characters from the previous title in a separate story.

This theme consist of several components including: aurorae themes (regular, solid, square, square-solid), konsole and kitty colorscheme, kvantum theme (regular, solid), plasma colorscheme, plasma desktop theme, and a splash screen

The theme is based on Layan and licensed under the GNU General Public License v3.0.


15. Sweet Mars KDE

KDE Themes: Sweet Mars
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Sweet Mars KDE is a dark and modern theme that’s superbly vibrant. It ships some of the most sublime icons you’ll ever see.

It’s published under the GNU General Public License v3.0.


16. Dracula

KDE Themes: Dracula
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Dracula is a dark theme using the Dracula colour palette. Besides KDE, it’s a dark theme for more than 250 different apps.

Arguably Dracula should be rated much higher. We love it!


17. KShell

KDE Themes: KShell
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Do you hanker after the appearance of the GNOME Shell but in all other respects you’re committed to KDE? Maybe KShell might be your Plasma theme as it seeks inspiration from GNOME Shell.


18. Numix

KDE Themes: Numix
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Numix is another quality Plasma theme featuring a flat, dark and sleek design.


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9 comments

  1. I loved IRIX with 4Dwm window manager. It was based on the classic Motif window manager. That reminds me, I must try Motif again, it was open sourced eventually.

  2. None of them have a transparent kicker. Also too much darkness. I just build my own from 3 to 4 other styles. If you are in the know it is easy. Inkscape can be your friend. If you want some color, dig up the old oxygen kicker icon set. The current rage of dark and no color is hard on old eyes.

  3. I concur with James, for older eyes (68) dark is not a good choice. I certainly understand younger eyes enjoying the contrast and lower brightness. I’m pretty happy with the ChromeOS Light theme but use either Breeze Extra Icons or Breeze Rounded Icons along with Breeze window decorations. Frankly I have not seen a window decoration I would change Breeze for, they baked that cake just right!

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