Top 15 Themes for Vivaldi to Animate the Browser
Vivaldi has quickly become one of the most popular browsers, and for good reason. There are a ton of features unique to Vivaldi that make it an exciting browser to use, and that list of features keeps growing.
But what if you don’t like Vivaldi’s appearance? There are a number of different browser themes installed by default, and Vivaldi even lets you tweak any theme you like.
If that’s not enough, you can always upload something new. Here is a list of 15 of the best to inspire you.
First on this list is A Winter Fairy Tale. The name is fitting, as the theme is extremely light and full of light blues and pure whites.
If you’re the type of person who needs to know how to enable dark mode in almost any browser, then this theme won’t appeal to you very much.
That being said, the colors are gorgeous and the snowy background really ties it all together in a very soothing way.
The next stop is Vlad.studio – Lower Antelope Canyon. As you might guess, this theme is from Vlad.studio and is an absolutely stunning combination of images and colors.
The orange and purple combination is gorgeous, and the way the art spills into the rest of the theme is very well done.
The theme runs on a white base, which means it can be a little offensive to the eyes if you’re browsing late at night or in dim light. But, thanks to the incredibly customizable Vivaldi themes, you can always change that if you feel the need.
Endal is the next theme to feature on this list, and it’s obvious to see why. If you’re a fan of lighter browser themes, but don’t want something as astringent as stark, pure white burning your retinas, Endal is a great choice.
Endal chooses a more subdued off-white as the base for his theme, and the rest of the colors and background in the image all coincide with this choice.
The muted reds and browns make the theme really pleasing to the eye, without straying too far from the default Vivaldi color scheme.
Another low-key theme, Mountains, Moon, and Violet Night is a great minimalist theme you can try.
The background of the image features mountains, trees, hills, and a purple night, as the name suggests, and the rest of the theme uses those same subdued colors.
It’s a great mix between not too dark and not too bright, and it’s very pleasing to the eye.
If you’re looking for something a little bolder, then After Glow is a great choice. After Glow is a theme dark enough that you won’t feel blinded, but still has a range of colors and interesting visuals.
The background is a beautiful sunset photograph, and the soft reds blend in perfectly.
Next on this list is the very first animated theme to feature. This means that the pixel city you see in the background will move slightly every time you look at it, which is a pretty cool effect.
The rest of the palette is also interesting and fits well with the pixel city.
V Tribute is a Vivaldi tribute that’s just a bit more interesting than some of the base themes. The image for the new tab page is a Vivaldi logo, and the theme as a whole matches Vivaldi’s core colors quite well.
Another animated theme, Rain Train is an urban Japanese pixel landscape that moves on a soothing loop.
The theme colors as a whole are really nice to look at, being a really nice set of pastel colors that really sums up the kind of rainy day feel you get with this theme.
For lovers of fantasy or just interesting landscapes, Forest Fantasy is a theme that gives you just that. The theme is an interesting fantasy forest landscape, and the colors match perfectly, with deep greens and dark blacks.
If you prefer a vaporwave or retro aesthetic, then Aesthetic Sun is a great theme that really captures those feelings. The background is all in that vaporwave style, and the colors suit it very well. The little touches of yellow are a nice touch.
If you are a fan of strong red colors, then Red Velvet might be right for you. Red is also quite appropriate for Vivaldi.
Your browser’s actual background turns red with this theme, which thankfully isn’t too bright. All in all, it’s an interesting theme.
Next on this list is caffeine, perfect for all coffee lovers. The background reflects this, with a cup of coffee on a dark background.
The theme itself is interesting, in that it chooses a strong orange-brown color for most of your browser. It’s an interesting effect, and one not often seen elsewhere, which makes this theme one of the most unique.
If you want something very basic, Grey-Blue Polygons is a great choice.
The theme itself is extremely sweet and easy to forget. The overall theme is understated, which is a good thing if that’s what you’re looking for.
The theme is mostly grays and whites, but not in a blatant or eye-sore way.
Next on this list we have Cyberpunk, which is a theme full of strong colors that you will rarely see elsewhere.
With lots of bright purples and turquoises, this theme gives Vivaldi a unique feel. You’ll be hard pressed to find another theme like this, and the background image suits it perfectly.
Finally, we have Cloudside. If you’re looking for a dark theme with a bit of a twist, then Cloudside is a really cool theme to do just that.
Cloudside features a super dark color scheme, with a bright blue background. The splashes of light blue throughout the theme make it interesting to look at, while the dark colors make it ideal for dark mode users.
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As you can see, the variety of different themes available for Vivaldi is quite impressive. The best part is that if there are any that you like but aren’t quite right, you can always change them yourself.
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