terminal color schemes

the color schemes we make are formatted for use with the terminal emulator termite. if you want to convert them to other formats, you can do so by hand, or check out these color tools! there are also tools in there that can help you make your own color schemes.

you can find other people's color schemes on DotShare.it.

blue canary

dark theme focused on soft blues and yellows. screenshot + download

the name comes from the song “birdhouse in your soul” by they might be giants.

[colors]
background = #2D2923
foreground_bold = #F0D3C2
# k (black)
color0  = #352D2A
color8  = #453D3A
# r (yellow)
color1  = #A47A47
color9  = #B48A57
# g (green)
color2  = #537F57
color10 = #638F67
# y (beige)
color3  = #C19E77
color11 = #D1AE87
# b (blue)
color4  = #516E86
color12 = #617E96
# m (indigo)
color5  = #46436E
color13 = #56537E
# c (cyan)
color6  = #619285
color14 = #71A295
# w (white)
color7  = #D6C69E
color15 = #E6D6AE

goldfish

dark theme focused on warm colors. screenshot + download

[colors]
# k (black)
color0  = #202022
color8  = #44444D
# r (blue)
color1  = #36494D
color9  = #638D99
# g (yellow)
color2  = #D4BEA5
color10 = #D09521
# y (orange)
color3  = #9C512F
color11 = #C2480E
# b (red)
color4  = #74241C
color12 = #B01A0C
# m (coral)
color5  = #8C3921
color13 = #C93116
# c (peach)
color6  = #B3683D
color14 = #DE814B
# w (white)
color7  = #D6A98F
color15 = #E56B30