Getting tired of the default WordPress theme that you is using or the pre-made theme that doesn’t “wow” you or your visitors? It’s time to put your blog on the map with a premium theme. Lot’s of people create WordPress blogs in all kinds of niche’s for all kinds of reason’s. If you is serious about your blog, you need to get a theme that fit’s your niche and really puts you in the driver seat as in features and looks.
Some of the themes mentioned below have theme options built into the theme. This basically mean’s you can do more designing yourself by enabling or disabling certain features, modifying your style.css template and other templates to add other features to the theme. This might make you have to remove plugins that are no longer needed as features may have been built into the theme.
Be sure to check out all the StudioPress HTML 5 WordPress themes. Everyone is mobile responsive out of the box. The business’s below do have mobile responsive ones but not all will.
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Premium Themes For Self Hosted WordPress Blogs
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StudioPressHTML 5 Markup Themes
Visit StudioPress to learn more about this theme business.
Themes KingdomAffordable Themes
Visit Theme Kingdom to learn more.
Theme FuseLow Cost Themes
Visit ThemeFuse to learn more.
Thesis AwesomeDIY Themes
Visit Thesis Awesome to learn more.
OboxThemes & Plugins
Visit Obox Plugins and Designs to see the price structure.
ThemifyDrag & Drop Builder
Magazine 3Newspaper/Magazine Designs
Natty WPPremium Themes
I recommend Natty WP for sure. Visit there homepage to learn more.
Elegant ThemesClean Designs
Visit Elegant Themes to learn more.
Solo StreamBusiness Themes
WP LookHTML5 and CSS3 Themes
Visit WPLook and check out there responsive designs.
Gab FireFeature Rich Designs
Visit Gabfire to check out the pricing options and live demo's.
TemplaticProfessional Business Themes
Apps ThemesWordPress application themes
Starting a jobs site, directory, classified blog. Apps themes has much more plus a marketplace to get good deals.
Visit Apps Themes to learn more and get demo's.
These are just a few WordPress theme design blogs that offer both free and paid themes with a few providing custom WordPress designs. You will have to contact each blogs support team to ask any questions about custom designing or about their themes in general. I do not work for any of the sites listed above so please do not contact me with support questions. There is only so much I can tell you without directing you to support.
If there is an issue with a blog listed above or you have a WordPress theme blog, use the Contact to get in touch with me. You may post reviews of your experiences with the listed business above if you have something to say. Both negative and positive comments welcomed.