React component library designed on the "new skeuomorphism" or "neumorphism" UI/UX trend.

All the components are designed according to the neumorphic design trend.

Library features more than 50 individual components.



npm install --save ui-neumorphism


import React, { Component } from 'react'

import { Button } from 'ui-neumorphism'
import 'ui-neumorphism/dist/index.css'

class Example extends Component {
  render() {
    return <Button />


In neumorphism UI, theming is dead simple.
It is accomplished by using and modifying root css variables for colors.

To change the theme, you modify the root css variables directly or with the help of overrideThemeVariables() function, like this.

import React, { Component } from 'react'

import { overrideThemeVariables } from 'ui-neumorphism'
import 'ui-neumorphism/dist/index.css'

class App extends Component {
  componentDidMount() {
    // takes an object of css variable key-value pairs
      '--light-bg': '#E9B7B9',
      '--light-bg-dark-shadow': '#ba9294',
      '--light-bg-light-shadow': '#ffdcde',
      '--dark-bg': '#292E35',
      '--dark-bg-dark-shadow': '#21252a',
      '--dark-bg-light-shadow': '#313740',
      '--primary': '#8672FB',
      '--primary-dark': '#4526f9',
      '--primary-light': '#c7befd'


Here --light-bg and --dark-bg are css variables that hold specific values of color.

Using this power of CSS variables, you can change the app theme from anywhere in the entire application.

All the css variable definition is present in root tag of index.css.
These variables are used to theme the library and its available for you to modify.