You can find style recipes, also known as user styles, on numerous sites. Two particularly rich sources are (1) community sites (discussion forums), and (2) code sharing sites. Here are a sampling of such sites.
Two notes of caution. First, because Firefox 57 made so many changes to the interface, many older user styles will need updating before they work as intended. Second, most custom styling disasters can be reversed by removing the userChrome.css file from the chrome folder so Firefox can't find it at the next startup. However, you should be very cautious about downloading any scripts, executable programs, or other kinds of files other than .txt or .css files.
- FirefoxCSS subreddit – New community of (mostly) Firefox users sharing and helping one another with custom style recipes: https://www.reddit.com/r/FirefoxCSS/.
- mozillaZine forums – Longstanding community site for discussion and support of Mozilla products. You should search before posting: http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewforum.php?f=49.
- userstyles.org – Although focused more on popular websites than on the browser interface, you still can get some decent advice on the site's forum: https://forum.userstyles.org/categories/style-requests.
- Mozilla Support – The site’s search feature doesn’t allow for much precision, but if you run into serious problems as a result of your customizations, experienced volunteers probably can help: https://support.mozilla.org/.
- CustomCSSforFx – A collection of style recipes by the author of the Classic Theme Restorer extension to help users of Firefox 57+ to retain many of their familiar tweaks: https://github.com/Aris-t2/CustomCSSforFx.
- firefox-csshacks – A "random" collection of style recipes: https://github.com/MrOtherGuy/firefox-csshacks.
- UserChrome-Tweaks – A collection of style recipes to mix and match, but not designed to take requests: https://github.com/Timvde/UserChrome-Tweaks.
- userstyles.org – Even though the new Stylish for Firefox cannot run (and probably will not be able to install) user styles that modify the user interface, each style has a "Show CSS Code" button you can use to copy/paste the style recipe. Unfortunately, for styles with Advanced Style Settings, the code shown is incomplete (settings you select are not filled in). Still, it may be worth a browse/search: https://userstyles.org/styles/browse/browser.
Roll Your Own?
If you do not find what you're looking for, or if you are unable to convince anyone to create a style recipe for you, you can write your own. You will need to learn a little CSS, and it will be very helpful to discover the Browser Toolbox. Check out: