There are many Linux themes for interfaces and desktops out there, hundreds of them actually, but it’s rare to find a good one running well on most interfaces those days, specially when it’s designed for the rapid-developing GTK+ based desktops. Here comes the astonishing Vivacious theme. Vivacious Colors GTK+ Theme Vivacious Colors GTK+ theme This is a nice GTK+ theme for the Linux desktop, it supports MATE, Cinnamon, GNOME Shell, Xfce, LXDE, and Unity interfaces. From its name, you can understand that the theme is available in many different colors and it is actually; 13 different colors and 4 styles to choose from, it is an almost-flat theme which is a nice thing for a lot of Linux interfaces. The Vivacious Colors theme currently supports GTK+ library with versions 3.16 and 3.18 (Ubuntu 16.04 and Linux Mint 18, openSUSE 42.1 and Fedora 23), it doesn’t support 3.20 (Fedora 24, openSUSE Tumbleweed, Arch Linux) for many reasons relating to GTK+ library development which we mentioned before in our previous article, they have to rewrite the theme and they are struggling for it actually, you may consider giving them a donation if you would like them to hurry. Now for the download section, follow the following links: Download Vivacious GTK+ Theme for Ubuntu and Linux Mint Download Vivacious GTK+ Theme for Fedora, openSUSE and CentOS Download Vivacious GTK+ Theme for Arch Linux Download Vivacious GTK+ Theme Tar File for any Linux distribution If you are struggling to install the theme, just ask in the comments! Check their blog as well for updates and questions. Vivacious Colors Icon Theme Vivacious Colors Icon Theme The good thing about this theme is: it also provides an Icon set, which makes the system appearance more compatible with its components, where both the GTK+ theme and the icon theme are both coming from the same developers. The theme is not 100% developed from zero actually; it’s a combination between many other Linux icon themes like Nitrux, elementaryOS.. etc, but it really looks nice when is used on whatever desktop interface, and looks more better when you use it with the Vivacious GTK+ theme. Here are some screenshots with it: Download Vivacious Colors Icon Theme for Ubuntu and Linux Mint Download Vivacious Colors Icon Theme for Fedora, openSUSE and CentOS Download Vivacious Colors Icon Theme for Arch Linux Download Vivacious Colors Icon Theme Tar File for any Linux distribution Conclusion There are many themes for the Linux desktop out there, but too few of them are still maintained and working well, one of them was the Vivacious Colors theme which we just showed, But what about you? Do you like this theme? What others themes do you use on your desktop?