vimcolorschemes

filter by:

406 color schemes

Go to page: gruvbox, by morhetz
gruvboxvim
12
set background=colorscheme gruvbox
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
NORMALcode.vimunixutf-850%6:12
morhetz
13096

gruvbox

19/week
Retro groove color scheme for Vim
Go to page: vim-colors-solarized, by altercation
solarizedvim
12
set background=colorscheme solarized
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
NORMALcode.vimunixutf-850%6:12
altercation
6550

vim-colors-solarized

1/week
precision colorscheme for the vim text editor
Go to page: tokyonight.nvim, by folke
tokyonightlua
12
vim.cmd [[ set background= ]]vim.cmd [[ colorscheme tokyonight ]]
NORMALinit.luaunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
NORMALcode.vimunixutf-850%6:12
folke
5115

tokyonight.nvim

31/week
🏙 A clean, dark Neovim theme written in Lua, with support for lsp, treesitter and lots of plugins. Includes additional themes for Kitty, Alacritty, iTerm and Fish.
Go to page: nvim, by catppuccin
catppuccinlua
12
vim.cmd [[ set background= ]]vim.cmd [[ colorscheme catppuccin ]]
NORMALinit.luaunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
NORMALcode.vimunixutf-850%6:12
catppuccin
4609

nvim

37/week
🍨 Soothing pastel theme for (Neo)vim
Go to page: kanagawa.nvim, by rebelot
kanagawalua
12
vim.cmd [[ set background= ]]vim.cmd [[ colorscheme kanagawa ]]
NORMALinit.luaunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
NORMALcode.vimunixutf-850%6:12
rebelot
3566

kanagawa.nvim

28/week
NeoVim dark colorscheme inspired by the colors of the famous painting by Katsushika Hokusai.
Go to page: awesome-vim-colorschemes, by rafi
onehalflightvim
12
set background=lightcolorscheme
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
NORMALcode.vimunixutf-850%6:12
rafi
2636

awesome-vim-colorschemes

8/week
Collection of awesome color schemes for Neo/vim, merged for quick use.
Go to page: papercolor-theme, by NLKNguyen
papercolorvim
12
set background=colorscheme papercolor
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
NORMALcode.vimunixutf-850%6:12
NLKNguyen
2617

papercolor-theme

2/week
🎨 Light & Dark Vim color schemes inspired by Google's Material Design
Go to page: everforest, by sainnhe
everforestlua
12
vim.cmd [[ set background= ]]vim.cmd [[ colorscheme everforest ]]
NORMALinit.luaunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
NORMALcode.vimunixutf-850%6:12
sainnhe
2515

everforest

14/week
🌲 Comfortable & Pleasant Color Scheme for Vim
Go to page: iceberg.vim, by cocopon
icebergvim
12
set background=colorscheme iceberg
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
NORMALcode.vimunixutf-850%6:12
cocopon
2128

iceberg.vim

🇦🇶 Bluish color scheme for Vim and Neovim
Go to page: vim-one, by rakr
onevim
12
set background=colorscheme one
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
NORMALcode.vimunixutf-850%6:12
rakr
1977

vim-one

Adaptation of one-light and one-dark colorschemes for Vim
Go to page: neovim, by rose-pine
rose-pinelua
12
vim.cmd [[ set background= ]]vim.cmd [[ colorscheme rose-pine ]]
NORMALinit.luaunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
NORMALcode.vimunixutf-850%6:12
rose-pine
1901

neovim

22/week
Soho vibes for Neovim
Go to page: onehalf, by sonph
onehalflightvim
12
set background=lightcolorscheme
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
NORMALcode.vimunixutf-850%6:12
sonph
1744

onehalf

3/week
Clean, vibrant and pleasing color schemes for Vim, Sublime Text, iTerm, gnome-terminal and more.
Go to page: gruvbox-material, by sainnhe
gruvbox-materiallua
12
vim.cmd [[ set background= ]]vim.cmd [[ colorscheme gruvbox-material ]]
NORMALinit.luaunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
NORMALcode.vimunixutf-850%6:12
sainnhe
1680

gruvbox-material

7/week
Gruvbox with Material Palette
Go to page: vim-hybrid, by w0ng
hybridvim
12
set background=colorscheme hybrid
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
NORMALcode.vimunixutf-850%6:12
w0ng
1467

vim-hybrid

1/week
A dark color scheme for Vim
Go to page: onedark.nvim, by navarasu
onedarklua
12
vim.cmd [[ set background= ]]vim.cmd [[ colorscheme onedark ]]
NORMALinit.luaunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
NORMALcode.vimunixutf-850%6:12
navarasu
1384

onedark.nvim

5/week
One dark and light colorscheme for neovim >= 0.5.0 written in lua based on Atom's One Dark and Light theme. Additionally, it comes with 5 color variant styles
Go to page: vim-solarized8, by lifepillar
solarized8vim
12
set background=colorscheme
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
NORMALcode.vimunixutf-850%6:12
lifepillar
971

vim-solarized8

Optimized Solarized colorschemes. Best served with true-color terminals!
Go to page: oxocarbon.nvim, by nyoom-engineering
oxocarbonlua
12
vim.cmd [[ set background=light ]]vim.cmd [[ colorscheme oxocarbon ]]
NORMALinit.luaunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
NORMALcode.vimunixutf-850%6:12
nyoom-engineering
955

oxocarbon.nvim

10/week
A dark and light Neovim theme written in fennel, inspired by IBM Carbon.
Go to page: edge, by sainnhe
edgelua
12
vim.cmd [[ set background= ]]vim.cmd [[ colorscheme edge ]]
NORMALinit.luaunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
NORMALcode.vimunixutf-850%6:12
sainnhe
827

edge

2/week
Clean & Elegant Color Scheme inspired by Atom One and Material
Go to page: nord.nvim, by shaunsingh
nordlua
12
vim.cmd [[ set background= ]]vim.cmd [[ colorscheme nord ]]
NORMALinit.luaunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
NORMALcode.vimunixutf-850%6:12
shaunsingh
746

nord.nvim

2/week
Neovim theme based off of the Nord Color Palette, written in lua with tree sitter support
Go to page: onedarkpro.nvim, by olimorris
onedarkprolua
12
vim.cmd [[ set background= ]]vim.cmd [[ colorscheme onedarkpro ]]
NORMALinit.luaunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
NORMALcode.vimunixutf-850%6:12
olimorris
688

onedarkpro.nvim

3/week
🎨 Atom's iconic One Dark theme. Cacheable, fully customisable, Tree-sitter and LSP semantic token support. Comes with variants