Block Lite is a free theme by Organic Themes, a well known WordPress theme provider that has been around for years. Its good to see Organic Themes giving away free themes and Block Lite is a good options for anyone looking for a free blog theme.
Pixelgrade have done another great job with the Jason WordPress blog theme. Perfect colour choices, a simple but perfectly balanced layout and great typography make this WordPress theme a winner.
Array Themes are well known for their simple, easy to use and beautiful WordPress themes. Their latest theme is called Atomic Blocks. It’s completely free and it is fully compatible with Gutenberg – the new editor coming to WordPress soon.
Divi is a well know WordPress theme by the team at Elegant Themes. Elegant Themes have been making great WordPress themes for years and have attracted tens of thousands of customers in this time so you can be sure that you are dealing with a reliable company if you choose to get a copy of Divi.
Uku is a theme created by the team at Elmastudio. This team clearly have some amazing design skills and have some stunning themes in their collection. Uku is one of my favourites.
Wellness is a great theme for the Genesis framework with a clear and simple layout. It’s perfect for a wide range of websites but especially suited for fitness, health and recipe blogging.
Coup is another portfolio theme by the team at Themes Kingdom. I’m a big fan of all of their other themes and Coup fits in well with their current selection of themes, keeping the design standard very high and being very modern and trendy.
Sideways is a great theme by OrganicThemes with a split layout. It is very easy to use and well designed and would be perfectly suited to a wide range of blogs and magazines.
Divine Pro is a child theme for the Genesis framework and although the demo has a food based design, this theme would actually work very well for a wide range of different topics.
Themes Kingdom have created a beautiful portfolio theme with their Eris WordPress theme. There are hundreds of great ‘minimal portfolio themes’ available and whilst Eris falls into this category it still manages to feel different.