10 Best VS Code Themes in 2022

10 Best Code Themes in 2022

By Oskar Petr

April 26th, 2022

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The most aesthetically pleasing VS Code themes you can get for free.

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Themes can help you at focusing what truly matters in your project’s files and also make your IDE look more aesthetically pleasing to the eye. So, I have created a list of VS Code themes that you can apply right now for free.

How to install & set

Once we open VS Code and click the extensions tab or press Ctrl+Shift+X, we can search through the library of all the extensions. Now, we type the name of the theme we can click on the green install button. After the installation, a themes window will show up, here we can select the theme modes if any exist.

If you do not like the theme you have selected before, you can change it after you press Ctrl+K Ctrl+T in any window, and a panel with every installed theme will show up.

1. Dracula Official

The Dracula Official theme is a dark theme for many editors, shells and more. This theme was developed and published by Dracula Theme. Currently, the One Dark Pro theme supports 2 theme modes.

Dracula Official theme from VS Code Marketplace

2. One Dark Pro

One Dark Pro theme is Atom’s iconic dark theme for Visual Studio Code. This theme was developed and published by binaryify. Currently, the One Dark Pro theme supports 3 theme modes.

One Dark Pro theme from VS Code Marketplace

3. SynthWave ‘84

SynthWave ’84 theme is a “synthwave-inspired colour theme to satisfy your neon dreams.” This theme was developed and published by Robb Owen. Currently, SynthWave ’84 theme supports 1 theme mode.

SynthWave ’84 theme from VS Code Marketplace

4. Atom One Dark

Atom One Dark theme is a dark theme based on Atom. This theme was developed and published by Mahmoud Ali. Currently, the Atom One Dark theme supports 1 theme mode.

Atom One Dark theme from VS Code Marketplace

5. Tokyo Night

Tokyo Night theme is a dark theme that celebrates the lights of Downtown Tokyo at night. This theme was developed and published by Enkia. Currently, the Tokyo Night theme supports 3 theme modes.

Tokyo Night theme from VS Code Marketplace

6. Winter is Coming

Winter is Coming theme is a dark and light theme that is preferred by John Papa. This theme was developed and published by John Papa. Currently, the Winter is Coming theme supports 6 theme modes.

Winter is Coming theme from VS Code Marketplace

7. Night Owl

Night Owl theme is a dark and light theme for the night owls out there. This theme was developed and published by Sarah Drasner. Currently, the Night Owl theme supports 4 theme modes.

Night Owl theme from VS Code Marketplace

8. GitHub

GitHub theme is a dark and light theme that has a vintage feel to it. This theme was developed and published by GitHub. Currently, the GitHub theme supports 9 theme modes.

GitHub theme from VS Code Marketplace

9. Quiet Light

Quiet Light theme is a light theme for peaceful coding. This theme was developed and published by Ian Beck. Currently, the Quiet Light theme supports 1 theme mode.

Quiet Light theme from VS Code Marketplace

10. Bluloco Light

Bluloco Light theme is a fancy light theme with a sophisticatedly designed colour scheme. This theme was developed and published by Umut Topuzoğlu. Currently, the Bluloco Light theme supports 2 theme modes.

Bluloco Light theme from VS Code Marketplace

Conclusion

The themes that I have listed above are the most popular and beautiful dark and light themes of all time on the VS Code marketplace. I hope, these themes will light up your IDEs and make them more aesthetically pleasing to the eye. Also wishing great success to your next projects using these themes.



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