WordPress began as a CMS (Content Management System) that was designed to address the needs of bloggers, but now it has grown into a platform that provides such wide array of functionality. With more and more WordPress theme shops opening, the number of premium themes has been growing at rapid rate.
Here’s a list of some of the best premium WordPress themes available on the market today!
Since its inception, Avada has been the reigning champion and the top selling theme in ThemeForest. With so much functionality and the ability to control almost all aspects of the website without touching code, it’s easy to see why it’s at the top spot.
X was released in late 2013 and claims that it’s “the last WordPress theme you’ll ever have to buy.” Unlike some of the other themes where you are required to customize the design to change its appearance from it’s default view, X comes with multiple unique designs already built in.
The7 has a clean streamline appearance with all the bells and whistles you expect from a premium theme. You can customize anything to fit your needs using the built in Visual Composer.
Unlike most of the premium themes, Brooklyn is a truly one page WordPress theme that takes on many faces. You can modify the theme to fit any type of industry including photography, travel, web design agency, nonprofit, environmental organization, or even music/video.
Salient is one of the more flashier WordPress themes that contains many lively animations. It’s beautilfully designed and comes with a ton of features including drag and drop builder, parallax, exclusive sliders, etc.
Dante is a multipurpose theme by the Swift Ideas team. Similar to Salient, Dante is also a flashy theme with many built in animations and features such as pre-built pages, short-codes, and full shop capabilities.
KLEO is truly a one of a kind WordPress theme that comes with a unique Buddypress design. Buddypress in its raw form doesn’t have the best looking interface, but KLEO gives it a much needed makeover.
WPLMS Learning Management System
WPLMS is a WordPress theme with an advanced learning management system which allows you to offer both free and paid courses online. Not only that, you can also give quizzes, set timelines, view statistics, amongst other features.
Bridge is one of the latest themes to enter the marketplace and since its release, people have gravitated towards it’s clean and non-intimating appearance.