Simply Elegant

Full Icon Themes

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I love the elegant Lastik folders. But as the Lastik theme contains only a few icons I extended it and added some icons so that it matches my needs. Apart from the trash and the arrows the home and the desktop icons are taken from the Reflektions theme and inspired by them I created a few similar icons.

As usual for my icons themes the iconvert script is included to generate the missing icon sizes after installation. Please execute it manually in the folder the theme is installed to (usually ~/.kde/share/icons/simply-elegant).

Lastik theme can be found here: and Reflektions here:


7 years ago

This icon set works especially well if you set all the icons to "monochrome". Then you can get some really neat metalic effects! Remember: the back of the folder becomes the front of other icons.




7 years ago

Never thought of that :).


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An Icon Theme should have a valid .theme file among its files and aim to be complete for desktop use under Gnome or KDE Plasma.

If it contains only a single icon or a small set of icons, please use the Icon Sub-Sets or Single Icon/Logo categories instead.