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Utility to easily use material design colors

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Utility to easily use palettes


There are two palettes material and flat.

Material Colors

You can view them in a svg file.

More info at

Flat Colors

You can view them in a svg file.

More info at html color codes


You can install it with pip by running:

pip install v-palette


You can retrive one color or a list of colors using get_colors function:

from v_palette import get_colors

# 1. Retrive one color
get_colors(("red", 100)) # out: '#FFCDD2'

# 2. Retrive some colors
get_colors([("red", 100), ("blue", 100)]) # out: ['#FFCDD2', '#BBDEFB']

# 3. Retrive colors from others palettes
get_colors([("emerald", 100), ("silver", 100)]) # out: ['#D5F5E3', '#F2F3F4']



The content of this repository is licensed under a MIT.


Branches and commits use some prefixes to keep everything better organized.


  • f/: features
  • r/: releases
  • h/: hotfixs


  • [NEW] new features
  • [FIX] fixes
  • [REF] refactors
  • [PYL] pylint improvements
  • [TST] tests

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