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Whether you’re just getting started with WordPress or you’re looking to try something new, setting up your site with a new theme can make all the difference.
And while the very best themes come from premium developers, you might not always want to shell out the bucks to try one on for size.
There are plenty of really great free themes available in the WordPress directory, don’t get me wrong. But it’s undoubtedly a mixed bag and unless you know what you’re looking for, you could wind up with a subpar theme at best.
That’s why it’s such a good idea to use free themes that are made by premium developers. Some of these themes can then be updated to a premium version—freemium, anyone? But even if you decide to forego the premium features, these free themes stand well on their own and can be used to build just about any kind of site you can imagine.
Let’s not delay the excitement any longer. Surely one of these 120 free themes from premium developers ought to suit your fancy?
This free theme from WooThemes is built on the WooFramework, offers a responsive design, and compatibility with all the best WooCommerce widgets. It doesn’t include support but you can customize the color scheme, create a custom homepage, and make use of two custom shortcodes—one that adds a sticky note message and another that adds a sale banner.
Artificer has a great look to it and is perfect for setting up an online store in a hurry. It works with all the best WooCommerce goodies—think widgets like product descriptions, checkout, and the like. It’s responsive, and you can customize the color scheme to match your brand. It also features the same custom homepage options and shortcodes as the MyStile theme.
If you’re just itching to set up a boutique online store quickly, you could make use of Wootique. It works with all the standard WooCommerce features and widgets, of course, and lets you customize several visual components like the background color, menus, background images, footers, and more. Other features include a featured slider, custom homepage, a widgetized sidebar, four footer regions, and eight custom Woo Widgets.
WP Premium is a free responsive theme built on Foundation that lets your content speak for itself. It includes several homepage widgets like those for author bios, advertisements, newsletter signups, tabs, and social media. You can also customize site colors, logos, favicons, headers, and more. Other features include share buttons, video embed codes, a custom CSS editor, a full-width template, image optimization, contact forms, and more.
If your site hasn’t launched yet, you may want to check out this one-page theme, Coming Soon. It lets you display a featured image, some text, and a few other details to announce the launch of a new site or product. It’s used for app announcements quite often. Add a newsletter signup to build your list before the site launches. Customize design settings like colors, backgrounds, and more.
Like to blog, include some photos, but keep things simple? Then BiancaA from Theme Junkie ought to suit your needs. This minimal theme includes an advanced control panel, search engine optimization, ad management, support, custom page templates, and custom widgets for social sites like Twitter and Flickr.
Start a magazine quick with Delivery Lite. This theme offers a simple design that won’t detract from your content, a mobile-friendly layout, and the ability to customize the logo and favicon if you want. It also includes a featured posts slider, pagination, four widgetized areas, two menus, and breadcrumbs.
As its name suggests, Quickstart lets you get set up on WordPress quickly. The design is simple and functional. The theme itself includes FontAwesome, and a Big Picture Post Template for showing off your very best photography.
It’s all in the name, really. Readly is designed for reading, making it the perfect free theme for blogging. It’s responsive, fluid layout make it readable on any device and it includes smart typography that’s large and easy on the eyes. It also includes customization options for navigation and social media links. Most popular post formats are supported.
The Porta theme offers horizontal scrolling for displaying your best artwork or photography. It’s responsive and very simple, letting your work speak for itself. You can customize the fonts, colors, and more. You can also use a standard gallery to insert a portfolio on any post or page.
The Business theme from Graph Paper Press is designed with agencies and small studios in mind. It’s responsive and you can customize the logo, header, background color, menus, and more. It also includes a drag-and-drop slideshow interface.
If all you need is a one-page site, Onesie is a stunning choice. It’s a landing page that can be used for a business or event site. It’s responsive and easy to customize to include your logo, background image, and fonts. You can’t create posts or pages with it but it does the one page thing really well.
Basic is just that—basic. But that’s a really good thing, especially if you’re just starting out with WordPress. The layout is super simple, which gives you the freedom to customize the look and feel using the Themify options panel. This theme is responsive and includes a lightbox gallery, RSS, social icons, footer menu, 5 theme skins, child theme support, and more.
Designed with mobile in mind, the Live Wire theme includes support for Gravity Forms, Hybrid Tabs, post formats, and more. You can also customize several elements including the background, menus, layouts, and CSS. It also includes breadcrumbs, featured images, sticky posts, theme options, and is translation ready.
Setting up a magazine or multi-author blog? Then you’ll love Path. It’s totally responsive and offers support for post formats, multi-column layouts, and theme customization, as well as support for numerous plugins like Co-Authors Plus, Social Path, Gravity Forms, Smart Archives Reloaded, and Display Authors Widget.
Built on the Hybrid Core theme framework, Cakifo is a great starting blog theme. It’s simple enough to use right away but offers just enough customization to keep things interesting. Take control over things like a content slider, post formats, backgrounds, logos, and fonts. Add a custom header, menus, and page templates and make use of the robust theme options panel.
If you plan on making customizations to your theme—as in building a child theme—you might want to try Uridimmu, parent theme for bloggers. It supports navigation menus, multiple widget areas, per-post layouts, and more. It also allows for custom backgrounds, page templates, featured images, threaded comments, and more.
Here’s another magazine theme for you publication-happy folks out there. This theme comes with custom widgets, custom page templates, post format support, and the Flexslider script. It’s perfect for multi-author sites and gives you the control you need to build something people will actually read.
Keeping with the magazine trend, Sukelius Magazine will let you build a hyper-modern blog or news site filled with interactive content. It comes with a content slider, footer widgets, several layouts, two menus, five widget areas, and social profile support.
Adroa is a simple, elegant theme that puts the emphasis on photography more than anything else. It’s perfect for photobloggers and includes support for breadcrumbs, custom backgrounds, headers, and menus, along with support for multiple layouts.
Build an eye-catching portfolio with Chun. This theme is built on HTML5 and CSS3 and supports all post formats. It also lets you pick from a ton of color, font, and layout options in the theme customizer. Support for the Custom Content Portfolio plugin is what makes it a standout, however.
I can’t imagine a better theme for social media lovers than this. Socially Awkward lets you display your social content using custom-tailored post formats. You can easily display video, add your social profile links, share music, add photo galleries, and use the Custom Content Portfolio plugin.
If you love Socially Awkward but want something a little bit lighter on the eyes, the child theme Cycnus ought to do nicely. The color scheme is light and airy and the theme adds support for a custom background.
Stargazer is a feature-rich theme built on the Hybrid Core framework. It comes with a robust theme customizer, a visual editor, and a responsive design, giving you greater control over how your content looks. It also plays nice with multimedia, which is a notable bonus.
Bring over all the features of Stargazer just swap out the look. Alice is an attractive child theme that gives you another view of what its parent theme could look like. And it’s really pretty nice, I’ve got to say.
Dancing in the Moonlight is another Stargazer child theme that offers more of a subdued appeal. Hey, you can use it for the upcoming holiday season if you want!
Still another Stargazer child theme is ArtCity. The design is supposedly inspired by the author’s time in Spain and features high quality images you can use for your own site thanks to the GNU General Public License.
Man, Stargazer really gets around, huh? In any case, the Warm Memories child theme features softer hues and a nice fall leaves header image to entice your readers into sticking around for awhile.
Can you say simple? But that’s precisely what makes this Stargazer child theme so attractive. Kepler is great for blogs and includes all the awesome features we mentioned earlier so it can be extended easily to suit a variety of needs.
Stargazer strikes again! This time with Christmas in mind. The Illumination child theme lets you deck the virtual halls then switch to another Stargazer child theme once the holidays are over. It comes with two header images and three background images.
Nothing like keeping your site in with the current season, right? And the Spring Song child theme is particularly stunning. The shadowy bird and tree are offset by bright pink flowers, making it an eye-catcher for sure.
It’s simple, sure, but the Twiggy child theme gives a more delicate take on the Stargazer theme. Not only does it sport a thinner font; it also features additional backgrounds and a different color scheme just to keep things interesting.
What makes the Ex Astris child theme so stunning is that it really takes Stargazer in a different direction. It’s built on the same framework and sports the same features but it gives you a completely different look. And you can add a custom header and background, too.
If a brown and tan look is more to your liking, then you’ll love the Ugallu child theme. It’s soft, subtle, and absolutely perfect for use on a personal blog. It’ll complement your content without overshadowing it.
Now here’s something a little different. The Ravel theme from Theme Hybrid follows the minimalism trend but offers a textured background and nice details that help it to stand out from the pack. It comes with a custom page template, the Custom Content Portfolio plugin, a custom tabs widget, social profile links, and so much more.
The Saga theme is perfect for telling stories. You can customize it to include whatever colors you want and it works with the Custom Header Extended and Custom Background Extended plugins. It has a special social media menu, high-quality typography, and it lets you feature large images for added effect.
This Saga child theme gives you the best of photoblogging and writing in one easy-on-the-eyes package. It’s yet another way to tell your story, and that’s certainly not a bad thing.
Vaaka is another Saga child theme that adds a bit more of a professional edge to that whole “telling your story” thing. Feature a custom background image, media files, and use all the standard WordPress post types to get your message out.
As its name suggests, if you want to spin a yarn, the Yarn theme is a good choice. It comes with a pink and brown palette but you can change it up if you want. Change the background and header and offset your in-depth posts with stunning photography, too.
The Minimal theme from Obox is just that—minimal, in that it lets you easily display your writing in such a way that it can be read with ease. It’s responsive, features an unobtrusive widget area, allows for customization, and includes a Portfolio section.
Setting up a new blog is simple with the Delighted theme from ThemeShift. It’s straightforward to use but you can modify the settings quite a bit thanks to unlimited color choices in the customizer. You can also set featured images and a custom header.
Build a site fast using the drag-and-drop interface included with the Blox theme from CyberChimps. It’s built on Bootstrap, is responsive, and is optimized for touch screens. Select from several customization options as well like backgrounds, colors, sticky posts, and more.
Radiant is another CyberChimps theme that offers a drag-and-drop interface. It’s designed for setting up a site fast and since it’s built on Bootstrap, you know it’s going to be reliable. Select from custom colors, menus, and more.
Build a site fast with the drag-and-drop interface offered by Primo Lite. This responsive theme is touch-friendly and includes plenty of theme options to keep even picky designers satisfied.
Parallax is a free responsive theme from CyberChimps that looks great on any device and uses parallax scrolling to keep your site fresh, relevant, and visually interesting. Show off stunning photography as a background image and build each page using a drag-and-drop editor.
This simple theme is drag-and-drop and responsive (of course), plus it offers a nice green and gray color scheme that can work with just about any type of site. The prominent slider at the top is a nice touch, too.
The Fine theme offers all the same features as the other CyberChimps themes we’ve mentioned so far plus it’s SEO optimized, includes dynamic templates for each page, and multiple sidebar layouts so you can take control of your content.
Responsive? Yes. Drag-and-drop? Yes. Eclipse follows in the footsteps of other CyberChimps themes but tacks on more features like a feature slider, a portfolio element, and robust page and sidebar options.
As its name would suggest, the Mobile First theme is designed for viewing on mobile devices first and foremost. It’ll look great on desktops, too, but it was made with mobile in mind and that’s what makes it so particularly useful.
If you want to sell a mobile app then the Sinapp theme from Themes Kingdom is an excellent choice. You can easily customize it to suit the needs of your business. This theme includes a white labeled admin panel, a shortcode generator, numerous colors, MailChimp, support, and more.
Clue your site visitors in to the fact that your site is going to launch in the near future with Lexiity. This “coming soon” theme includes a responsive design, multiple colors, a white labeled custom theme admin, MailChimp, countdown timer, and more.
Now here’s a theme that lets you display a professional portfolio in a snap. It features a flat, responsive design, a Theme Customizer (with which you can select from numerous color and layout options), custom post types, custom widgets, and support for the Testimonials plugin.
Bring some style to your personal blog with Blogly. This free theme is responsive and lets you customize the colors, logo, and background image. More options are available in the paid version, of course, but it has a really slick look for a free theme.
Here’s a grid-based portfolio theme sure to appeal to anyone involved in the visual arts. It includes a left sidebar, a responsive design, color options, and the ability to upload your own logo. More customization options are available in the premium version.
Build a magazine that still carries a familiar blog structure using the Magazine theme from GavickPro. With this theme you can change up the layout and it includes the Tabs and News Show widgets, a social API, tons of fonts, and WPML support.
Perfetta is perfect for websites for cafés and small restaurants, featuring interesting typography and prominent photography. It makes full use of the Theme Customizer and includes reveal animations for an added touch of style. It’s not super feature-rich but doesn’t need to be.
Display your latest works professionally without spending a dime on a theme. Portfolio from GavickPro is easy-to-use and includes reveal animations, responsive design, social icons and inks, share buttons, Disqus support, multiple color schemes, Google Fonts, and more.
You can build a responsive business site in minutes with the Interface theme. It includes two site layouts, four post/page layouts, eight widget areas, six custom widgets, a featured slider, social icons, and the ability to customize the background, colors, fonts, and so on. It also supports WP-PageNavi and Contact Form 7.
Ultimate is another business theme option from Theme Horse that offers a responsive design, multiple page layouts and widget areas, 5 custom widgets, a featured slider, and more. It also has a pretty extensive theme customizer for getting your site to look and function exactly as you want it.
This coming soon style theme offers a stylish way to give visitors updates on the status of your impending site’s launch while also giving them an opportunity to connect with you on social media and sign up for your newsletter. The progress bar is particularly nice touch.
A simple blogging theme with plenty of style to boot, Serene offers plenty of white space to ensure your content stands out. It includes support for six post formats, unlimited colors, social icons, and customer support to answer your questions and concerns.
Minamaze—because it’s minimal and amazing, get it? This theme offers a clean design with functional and attractive blog and portfolio layouts. It’s also responsive and includes 10 widgets, Google Fonts, SEO, retina-readiness, and free updates.
Engrave Lite sports a dark color scheme that lets your content truly stand out. It’s responsive, retina-ready, and SEO optimized for your convenience. Plus, it includes plenty of widgets and fonts to keep you customizing to your heart’s content.
Create a beautiful personal blog or photography site using the Tracks theme. It includes social media icons, comment controls, multiple layouts, and a logo uploader. Other features include sticky post and a responsive layout.
Ignite was made with blogs in mind. This responsive theme includes social media icons, two sidebar layouts, multiple fonts, custom background colors, and a logo uploader. A premium upgrade is available (of course) but you can easily build an eye-catching blog with just the free version.
Drop is another theme from Compete Themes designed for blogging. It’s responsive and accessible, so your content can be enjoyed by the greatest number of people possible.
This theme is built on the Gantry Framework and offers a highly visual layout that’s perfect for personal and professional sites, alike. It includes multiple layout and widget options, custom typography, a font selector, custom copyright, and a to-top scroller.
If you want to build a business site but don’t have the funds to invest in a premium theme, Corporate ought to do the trick. This theme is lightweight and professional, plus it includes custom post types, a slider, and staff support.
This theme is clean, precise, and easily adaptable to portfolio and business sites. It includes custom post types for portfolio items, staff members, and homepage features, a slider, and numerous theme customization options from colors to copyright text.
With the Blogger theme, you can create a blog that actually is nice to look at. It includes features like sticky posts, infinite scroll, password protection, and ad space. Feel free to upload a custom logo and swap out the menu and change your color preferences, too.
Here’s another theme from WPExplorer that lets you build a business or portfolio site quickly. It includes all the features we’ve discussed so far like a slider and custom post types and tacks on a few more as well like highlights and a paginated portfolio.
This minimalistic magazine theme is lightweight and can be used for personal blogging, too. It includes featured images, a video post type, drag-and-drop widgets, and control over several theme customization options.
The WPTuts theme makes it easy to set up a blog fast. It includes a lightweight design that keeps your site running fast, too. It has a featured posts slider, two post types, a header ad, Symple Shortcodes support, and more.
Skeleton is a minimal, responsive WordPress theme build on the smpl framework that’s designed to give developers a starting point for building a fully-functional site. Some of its features include multi-level navigation, SEO, individual page layouts, multiple color options, and commented CSS.
Anderson is a magazine theme that sports a responsive design, a featured post slider, and plenty of theme options to keep you satisfied. It can be used for virtually any kind of site and includes support for the theme customizer, which lets you select sidebar layouts, social content, and post settings.
Thanks to Rubine, you can create a retina-ready magazine that displays your best content right up front. It can do this thanks to a featured content area on the homepage. The responsive design also means it’s highly readable on any and all devices.
Build a news-style website, blog, or magazine with Dynamic News. This theme features a bold design with bright colors and blocky font choices that definitely attract attention. It’s responsive and features a front page template you can outfit to look just like a magazine, with a featured post slider to boot.
If you need a lightweight theme for a small business site, Air Balloon is a good choice since it includes a responsive layout and a front page template that you can customize to suit your unique purposes. It also has an image slider and icon service widget for displaying your services in a straightforward and clean way.
Smartline is so called because it features “smart lines.” The layout is incredibly clean with minimal fuss. Build a regular ol’ blog or a magazine quickly thanks to widgetized templates on the front page.
Fresh and lively, zeeMinty is a light theme in both load time and color scheme. It’s great for businesses but you could really use it for any purpose. This theme is also responsive and includes nine color schemes, two sidebar layouts, and plenty of theme customization options.
Yet another magazine-style theme, zeeFlow is responsive and mobile-ready so you never have to worry about how your content is presented on different devices again. It includes a front page template, a featured post slider, a theme options panel, 8 color schemes, and 2 sidebar layouts.
zeeVision makes for a great business theme that features bold colors, a flat and responsive design, and plenty of features to keep you tinkering. It also has a front page template, a horizontal widget area, a content slideshow, multiple color schemes, and more.
Give your corporate site a professional look while still maintaining a bit of personality. zeeFocus sports a flat, responsive design and includes a frontpage template, horizontal widget area, a call-to-action button, and theme options to control things like the background image, colors, sidebars, and headers.
The last ThemeZee theme we’re highlighting here is called zeeNoble and it’s another ideal choice for business websites. It includes a front page template with a prominent slideshow for highlighting your best content. You’ll spend a good amount of time poring over your options in the theme customizer, too.
Esteem is a responsive theme you can use for just about any purpose. It includes a slider, custom widgets, three blog posts, page templates, a custom header and background image, two page layouts, custom CSS, and free support.
Pinnacle is just gorgeous, isn’t it? This theme is responsive and utilizes a flat design that’s both attractive and modern. It’s multipurpose and compatible with WooCommerce and includes support for the WMPL plugin.
Virtue Free includes a ton of features, so many you’d swear it’s a premium theme. It’s built on Bootstrap, so you know it’s responsive and comes with a portfolio custom post type for displaying your best work. The theme options panel is also feature-rich and lets you select custom fonts, sliders, and layouts.
Xmax is made specifically for magazines and offers plenty of layout, post, and widget options to satisfy all of your potential needs. It’s responsive, includes unlimited sidebars, includes social link support, and is child theme compatible for your convenience.
KARO looks really professional but can be used for a personal blog if you really want. It’s built on HTML5 and CSS3 and is responsive, plus it includes several layout options, sidebar layouts, social links, widgets, and a featured posts slider. It also includes free support.
This responsive magazine theme lets you build a comprehensive news site in a matter of minutes. The layout is professional but still visually interesting. It also includes custom widgets, jQuery comment validation, and multiple layouts to choose from. Plus, the theme options panel is chock full of selections you can make.
Fast News is a minimalistic, responsive theme designed for use on magazine sites. You can choose from different page layouts to suit the purposes of your content, unlimited sidebars, a post slider for displaying your top articles, and more.
This magazine theme lets you pick from several different layouts, even on a page-by-page basis, to ensure you’re displaying your content optimally. It has all the features included in the other Kopa Theme selections we’ve discussed so far like a featured posts slider, social links, and support.
Circle is truly versatile. This theme can be modified for use as a blog, a magazine, or even a corporate site. It has a responsive design, several layouts, widgets, a post slider, child theme compatibility, and more. It’s also translation-ready.
Here’s another theme that lets you create any kind of site you want thanks to a combination of multiple layouts, sidebar options, and theme customization options. It also includes custom shortcodes, and is compatible across multiple browsers.
Nictitate is just perfect for building a business website. The design is sleek and works well to convey a professional look for your brand. Include a portfolio with ease. It also includes a responsive layout, a visual shortcode generator, custom widgets, multiple sidebars, and plenty of theme options to keep you busy.
In case you haven’t had enough magazine theme options yet, Musica gives you yet another candidate to choose from. This theme puts your content first, so your site visitors can read it with ease. It was built on Bootstrap, sports a responsive design, and includes plenty of shortcodes, elements, fonts, a contact form, and more.
Give your site a professional look fast with the WP-Corporate theme. It’s responsive, mobile-ready, and built on HTML5 and CSS3. The portfolio page has two styles. Plenty of short codes are included along with Google Fonts, as well as 10 page templates. An Ajax/PHP contact form is also included.
Here’s a simple business theme that’s built with HTML5 and CSS3 and includes a dedicated home page layout. In fact, the home page has a welcome section, product or service text/icon blocks, and a testimonial section. It also comes with two color schemes, three footer widget areas, and a full-width page template.
This totally responsive theme is perfect for magazines. It comes with three homepage layouts to choose from that include ad spaces. It also has eight color schemes, featured posts, social icons, threaded comments, and two page layouts.
If you’re just looking for the bare minimum in a theme, Spartan is a responsive magazine theme that gives you control over your content’s layout without drowning you in options. It includes three home page layouts, two page layouts, a featured slider, and social icons, no more, no less.
Make any kind of site you want with MetroX. This theme from ThemeIsle is built on solid code, is responsive, and includes custom post formats so you can change up each post’s design on the fly. It also has a theme options panel through which you can customize the header, logo, social links, and colors.
Want to build a classroom blog or a kindergarten website? Then Caresland is a great choice. The design is responsive and easy to customize thanks to a theme options panel. The whole thing is built on clean and validated code, too.
Now you can create a one-page site for your business or a creative agency thanks to Zerif Lite. This responsive theme includes a prominent contact form and an easy way to display your staff with social links, and more.
For the lawyer looking to first establish an online presence, Lawyeria Lite is a prime example of high-quality design. The theme is responsive and includes a convenient contact form so prospective clients can easily get in touch with you.
Construction companies don’t have any excuses: you can set up a website right now without spending a dime on design thanks to Constructzine Lite. This theme is built on solid code, has a responsive design, and includes a theme options panel for making color, font, and layout customizations.
Building a book review site has never been easier thanks to BookRev Lite. This theme includes a slider and a highlight of the day so you can easily keep your readers abreast of what you’ve been reading. And it’s responsive, too!
From the most basic to the more complex, Foliogine Lite is a theme that serves multiple purposes. With it, you can edit homepage boxes, change the layout, add team members, blog posts, and projects. This dark responsive theme lends itself well to just about any site on any topic.
Plumbers new and established can make use of the PlumBelt theme, which offers a responsive design custom-tailored to the needs of plumbers. This responsive includes a nice contact form, too.
Diary is a lovely blog theme that makes it easy to keep your readers in-the-know about the latest happenings regarding your personal life or your brand. The layout is left-aligned and allows for large featured images. Other features include a responsive design, unlimited color schemes, ad management, custom widgets, and more.
Here’s a simple magazine theme that features a light color scheme with impressive splashes of color to maintain visual appeal. It uses a grid layout, is responsive, and includes custom widgets so you can easily manage ads, social media, and so forth. The options panel is pretty robust, too.
With this offering, MyThemeShop lets you build any kind of site you want. The layout is responsive and flexible. Select from several site layouts, colors, backgrounds, and more in the theme customizer. It also includes a related posts widget and RTL support.
Playbook keeps it simple by offering a two column post layout and a responsive design that looks good on any device. It’s also SEO optimized and includes custom widgets, unlimited backgrounds and color schemes, and an options panel that makes set up a snap.
Catch Box is a simple boxed theme designed for professional and personal use. It was built using HTML5 and CSS3 and includes custom menus, multiple color options, featured sliders, a custom header, custom backgrounds, social links, and more.
If you need a lightweight, responsive theme that still has some visual appeal, you might want to check out Catch Kathmandu. This theme is easy to customize using the theme options panel. It features custom menus, a custom header, multiple post formats, and a full-width layout.
This mobile-first theme is responsive and well-suited for personal and professional websites. More than anything else, it’s eye-catching with a prominent slider and a theme options panel that lets you specify the layout, colors, and backgrounds you want.
Build a magazine or a blog with Why Hello There. This theme offers support for the Flexslider so you can easily highlight your most recent or best content. The fixed header is a nice feature, too. There are plenty of color and font options to choose from in the customizer as well.
Jump Right In is aptly named—with it you can jump right into developing a business site. It’s responsive and lightweight and features a design perfect for corporate and artsy sites. Plus you can change the background, change your color options, and modify the layout, too.
Create a business site in seconds with this Siteturner theme. Not only is it built on HTML5 and CSS3, but it also includes advanced theme options, unlimited colors, and multiple homepage layout options.
Launching a new blog shouldn’t be a hassle and Here Ya Go removes complication from the process. It’s built on HTML5, CSS3, with Compass, Sass, and Susy grids providing support. It also includes support for multiple plugins like Modernizr, prettyPhoto, and Font Awesome.
Make is a drag-and-drop theme that can be used to build any kind of site you want. While you can upgrade it to a developer version, the free version is chock full of features, too. A single click can add columns, banners, products, and downloads to your site. It also includes several Customizer options, support, and documentation.
Do you use any of these free premium themes? Did I miss your favorite? Please share your thoughts and opinions in the comments!