You can easily customise the appearance of your chart using one of the 13 themes provided, or even build you own theme: use the online theme builder to create your own.

default

p <- USArrests %>% 
  dplyr::mutate(
    State = row.names(.),
    Rape = -Rape
  ) %>% 
  e_charts(State) %>% 
  e_line(Murder) %>% 
  e_area(Rape, name = "Sick basterd", x_index = 1) %>%  # second y axis
  e_title("Your plot", "Subtext", sublink = "https://john-coene.com") %>% 
  e_x_axis(1, show = FALSE) # hide scond X Axis

p # default plot

dark

vintage

p %>% e_theme("vintage")

westeros

p %>% e_theme("westeros")

essos

p %>% e_theme("essos")

wonderland

p %>% e_theme("wonderland")

walden

p %>% e_theme("walden")

chalk

p %>% e_theme("chalk")

infographic

p %>% e_theme("infographic")

macarons

p %>% e_theme("macarons")

roma

shine

p %>% e_theme("shine")

purple-passion

p %>% e_theme("purple-passion")

halloween

p %>% e_theme("halloween")

custom

p %>% e_theme_custom('{"color":["#ff715e","#ffaf51"]}')