Like the Tube? Like using a terminal? Like nice colors for that terminal? Well you’re in luck! Because Transport for London’s official colors make a nice theme for your terminal (mostly).
When I gathered the colors, TfL had two relevant color guides online. One for the London Underground, and one for general TfL stuff (Colour Standard issue 4). The dark colors come from the general guide, and the light colors come from Underground line guide. They greys and background were from the color standards guide (because there were loads more).
There is a couple things to note, some of the light values needed more contrast, so were modified slightly. Also, the dark green color uses the Tram color rather than District Line, because the District’s green was clashed too much. One or two of these colors also is a default to iTerm that I didn’t want to change.
Here are the colors
Foreground/text: F7F7F7 Background: 414B56 Bold: 868F98 Links: 021EA8 Selection: A1A5A7 Selected Text: D6D6D6 Badge: FF2600 (half opacity) Cursor: D9D8D8 Cursor Text: 000000 [dark] [light] Black: 000000 868F98 Red: DC241F CC3333 Green: 00BD19 16BC2C Yellow: FFD329 FFCC00 Blue: 0098D8 0099CC Magenta: 9B1858 A61C64 Cyan: 93CEBA 66CCCC White: 868F98 F7F7F7
If your terminal doesn’t have those colors, just skip it.
For added fun, use the font Source Code Pro.