Orchis is a nana-4 based theme for GNOME/GTK based desktop environments. With it, the top panel and core applications will have rounded corners.
If you like this flat style theme, firstly install the dependency package
For Debian and Ubuntu based systems, run command (for Fedora, replace
sudo apt install gnome-themes-extra
Then install the Murrine engine. For Ubuntu/Debian, you can install it via command:
sudo apt install gtk2-engines-murrine
For Fedora, run this command instead:
sudo dnf install gtk-murrine-engine
Download / Install Orachis GTK Theme:
To grab the source, simply click the link below to download it from github:
Then extract the source, and go into the source folder. Right-click on blank area and select “Open in Terminal”:
When terminal opens, you can finally run command to install the theme:
Apply Orchis Theme:
To apply the theme, open Gnome Tweaks and go to Appearances tab. There change the themes for both Applications and Shell.
The Shell theme drop-down box is grayed-out? Install User Themes extension to enable it.