Plata is a new Gtk theme refreshed based on the latest material design

Prata It is a new Gtk + theme based on the latest Material Design update. There are 3 variants of the theme, regular (hybrid), Lumiere (light) and Noir (dark), each with regular and compact.
The theme mixes black, indigo and gray with red and purple dots, supports Gtk + 3.20.x, 3.22.x and 3.24.x and Gtk + 2, as well as multiple desktop environments such as Gnome Shell (and Flashback) , Cinnamon, Xfce, Mate, LXDE and Budgie Desktop.

The Plata theme does not officially support Patheon (basic OS), Unity 7 and “Canonical customized Gnome Shell” (Ubuntu session). I used the Gnome Shell in Ubuntu 18.10 to use Plata. I did n’t find any problems other than the unused theme GDM theme, but this was only after about an hour of use. Related: Canta is an amazing material design GTK theme
More screenshots of the Plata theme:

Prata themed cinnamon
Cinnamon powder
Prata themed goblin shell
Gnomish shell
Prata material design refresh theme
Prata theme (regular)
Prata material design refreshes the light theme
Prata Lumiere compact
Prata material design refreshes dark theme
Black square

When building from source, Prata theme Let users Disable support for specific desktop environments, enable Gtk + 4.0 support or change 4 key colors.
Plata theme designer (also created the Adapta theme) Discount Support themed Firefox (via FirefoxColor beta), Gedit, Plank Dock or Telegram and TweetDeck. paper The icon in the screenshot of this article.

Install the Plata theme

The official theme PPA can be used to install the Plata theme in Ubuntu or Linux Mint (and Ubuntu / Linux Mint style):

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tista/plata-theme
sudo apt update
sudo apt install plata-theme

Since the theme requires Gtk + 3.20 or higher, it can be used for Ubuntu 18.04, 18.10 and 19.04 and Linux Mint 19.
Other Linux distribution users will need to compile the theme from the source code, explanations about the theme GitLab project pageRelated: How to change GTK, icon or GNOME Shell theme in GNOME