Looking for premium WordPress website templates to build your own site, or bolster your arsenal for client builds? There really are TONS of dedicated WP developers and marketplaces out there to shop with – offering thoughtfully crafted options at a range of price points, and under a number of licensing agreements. We’ve included a round up of seven popular and trusted template stores and sellers to start your journey.
When browsing, remember to consider your own level of experience and skill, and the kind of support you may need. A slightly higher investment for lifetime updates and user support may be well worth it for WP beginners and agencies.
ThemeFuse specializes exclusively in WordPress website templates and offers a triple-tier pricing structure. Get access to a single theme for just $89, access to all themes for on a yearly subscription of $149, or get lifetime access to all themes for $399.
Though also offering themes for Joomla, Magento and Grav, RocketTheme has an extensive collection of premium WordPress website templates available. Their WordPress club membership provides access to all WP themes and plugins from $59 for a three-month membership for a one-site license, up to $349 for a 12-month membership for unlimited site licenses.
SKT Themes has a broad collection of premium WordPress website designs. Every one of their templates are built with usability and customization first and foremost. Each design can be effectively changed to fit practically any blog, portfolio, or corporate website.
New WordPress templates are being released regularly. SKT use their own Gantry framework system which is intended to make it easy to install customize and deploy your site with minimum fuss.
Three of their most popular themes are Maintenance Services Pro, Adventure and SKT Perfect, and each offers up a powerful design interface, allowing you to customize nearly all of the graphical elements of your WordPress site.
Specializing in premium WordPress website templates and plugins, Themezilla offers pricing based on single purchases ($59) and memberships (from $199 for 12 months, up to $399 for lifetime access). Unlike some other offerings, Themezilla allows customers to use their themes as many times as they like across different domains.
As its name suggests Mojo Marketplace offers a platform for developers to sell WordPress website templates, as well as themes for Joomla, Magento, Tumblr, Shopify, Drupal and more. Prices are set by the sellers, and while they range from $20 to $99 for a single domain license, most appear to be priced around the $49 mark.
Dealing primarily in WP themes and plugins, Theme Junkie also works on a three-tier pricing structure – offering a single theme for $39 (including one year of updates and support), or access to all themes for $49 (for one year) or $99 (for a lifetime).
Like other marketplace-style sites, TemplateMonster provides a platform for developers to sell their WordPress themes and templates (alongside products for Drupal, Flash, Bootstrap and Zencart). While there are some themes priced as low as $45 and some as high as $114 for a standard 100% GPL License, most seem to be priced around the $75 mark. Template Monster also offers add ons, and buyout license options.
As part of the EnvatoMarket family, ThemeForest is perhaps one of the best known website templates marketplaces – offering more than 9000 (and counting) WordPress themes to choose from. Again, prices are set by individual sellers and range from $13 for a regular license, up to $1000. Most best selling and best-rated themes tend to be priced between $49 – $79.
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