It’s not that I don’t like the look of OS X. Apple puts in subtle changes every few years, but other than Desktop wallpaper, the silly translucent Menubar, and where you place the Dock (and app icons), there’s not much opportunity to personalize the Mac.
Unless you add Flavours.
This clever Mac utility comes with a number of colorful themes which can be applied to OS X to give your Mac a very personalized look. The built-in theme editor gives you more customization options so you can create the unique Mac look you want.
What do these flavorful Flavour themes look like? Here’s one called Bexos.
Here’s another called DeviantArt.
Bunches of colorful, flavorful Flavour themes are available and installation is not much more than select and click.
The built-in Flavours theme editor makes it easy to create your own colorful theme. For the most part, Flavours works as advertised, though I’ve run into a few issues with the windows of some apps (perhaps something odd going on with the affected app itself), and while the sample themes are great and easy to install, Flavours could use more video how-to instructions for the editor.