Here you can find the growing list of fantastic theme sites and what they will cost. These are premium theme sites, but some still provide free themes too! Our personal favourite theme provider here at ThemePassion is Elegant Themes. Don’t see your site on this list? Let us know about it.
Acosmin Premium WordPress Themes is a small collection of high quality themes. The themes are all very practical and fit into the news, blog and business type niches along with a lot of polish. If you are looking for a no nonsense WordPress template, you might find it here. The themes are $59 or $129 each depending on which license you choose, “single” or “developer”, and at the time of writing you can get another one for free using the “1FREE” promo code.
AppThemes are trying to carve out a new niche for WordPress themes. They market their themes as Premium WordPress Apps instead of the common Premium WordPress Themes catch phrase with the idea being that WordPress will continue to grow in complexity and become more app like. Right now there only focus is WordPress and although there offering is small, the themes do seem to be aimed at a different niche than your typical WordPress theme site, templates like classified ads, job listings and coupon management.
cssigniter is a premium theme provider with a small collection of nice themes for a low one year membership fee of $39 dollars. Ever if you like only one of the themes this is still a very attractive deal. You also get access to all future themes created within your one year membership and you can use all themes you download as you like. cssigniter is definitely one to check out.
Elegant themes is a fantastic premium WordPress theme site, and is currently our favourite theme provider. The price is also pretty sweet at $39 dollars for access to all the themes for a year. There is no set up fees or monthly fees. Nick Roach the creator of these themes is always adding new ones too and they all come with custom features and control panels. The theme for this site is also from Elegant Themes.
iDesignEco has a fairly small library right now but there are still a few great themes to be found here. iDesignEco has reasonable monthly rates with a unique setup structure. The base package gives you all their themes for $49 setup fee and $9 monthly fee. For a $49 setup fee and $24 per month you get access training and weekly webinars. The top tier is a $99 dollar setup fee and $29 per month but you also get more webinars and theme installation and customization.
Mojo themes has a pretty big library of themes that are reasonably priced, and the cost varies from platform to platform and complexity of the template. Their range of products include WordPress, Magento, Tumblr Themes, HTML Templates, PSD Templates, Email Templates, Plugins, Drupal, Joomla Templates. The quality of the themes vary as they are created by the Mojo Themes community.
NattyWP sells Premium WordPress themes at really reasonable prices and also has monthly and yearly memberships. They have a nice collection of Premium WordPress templates, but they also have several Free WordPress Themes. Most of the themes are simple, clean and elegant.
Organic Themes has a small collection of super clean themes that are very professional looking. If your looking for simple and elegant clean themes that really stand out than Organic Themes might be what you’re looking for. Theme prices are reasonable and offer most of the usual bells and whistles.
Pagelines doesn’t have a lot of themes yet, but what they lack in quantity they make up for in quality and innovation. There themes are very professional and clean and they claim to have one of the first drag and drop theme frameworks. All the themes are highly customizable, and have meticulous attention to detail. There are several pricing options including single purchases and memberships.
Press75 has some very impressive themes that are less generic than some of the others sites. The site also has some very specific themes like a shopping cart, listing/job board, and pre-launch templates. It also has the more typical gallery/portfolio and blog type themes, but they are all very clean, professional premium WordPress themes. You can buy the themes separately or join one of their packages.
RichWP has a powerful framework with built in caching. The themes on the site are child themes of the framework and can be customized or you can create your own themes with the frame work. The themes are fairly minimalist, but a lot of them are very impactful, especially the grid templates. Once you have purchased the framework and a theme, there are free presets which completely change the look of each theme.
RocketTheme caters to a wide variety of OpenSource CMS platforms like Joomla, WordPress, Drupal, Magento and phpBB3. The price structure varies by product and there are clubs that you can join for different platforms that range in features from $50 to $300. There are both developer and non-developer levels. The themes are all created by the RocketThemes core team that is spread throughout the world.
StudioPress is another one of the older bigger providers specializing in WordPress themes. Templates come with the Genesis framework, a very popular framework that is praised by many well known bloggers. It comes packed with features that can be used on all their themes. There are three price point entries with the Genesis Framework starting at $59.95, individual themes running around 79.95, and full account costing 249.95.
Templatic has quite a large selection of Premium WordPress themes that cover a wide range of niches like technology, E-commerce, article directories, portfolios and a lot more. The range of topics is refreshing and you will find a nice selection of WordPress shopping cart themes. Support comes in the form of documentation, help desk and active support forums. There is also the Templatic Framework and documentation included. Themes look great and are rich in features.
This is one of the big daddies of theme sites. The sheer number of templates is in the 1000′s and you will find themes for many different platforms like WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, Magento, Shopify and ExpressionEngine to name a few. ThemeForest is part of a huge community of designers and developers run by Envato, that submit their work to the site, so the quality varies. Prices range from $5 to $40 per template.
ThemeFuse has a small collection of really nice and clean themes that are price reasonably running at $49 for a single theme. Templates are for WordPress only and range from magazine to business and gallery type themes. Most of the work could be applied to many different niches and still work well. Themes come with documentation and videos along with support forums.
Themes Kingdom has a small collection of highly polished WordPress themes. At $29 per theme it’s hard to go wrong with a deal like this. Even if you can only find one theme you like, it’s still less than a lot of the competitors. The templates over at Themes Kingdom are relatively diverse too, so there’s probably something for everyone.
Most of the ThemeShift templates are modern and stylish with a lot of impact, perfect for trendy blogs, portfolios and art sites. Themes cost 39€ and there is one free theme. If you look around you might be able to snag a promo code now and then too.
Themify is a premium WordPress theme site that has multiple pricing options. You can buy individual themes for $39 dollars each, and if you keep up to date on releases you can sometimes snag a promo code for a discount. They also have two club plans for $69 and $89 dollars per year. The pricing difference is whether you want the Photoshop documents included in your downloads. With Themify themes you also get their framework.
WooThemes has a large selection of both premium and free themes. Currently they have templates for WordPress, ExpressionEngine, Drupal, Magneto and Shopify. Their pricing plans vary depending on what you want. They sell single themes and packages which have tiered pricing that does not include the Photoshop files and plans that do. They also have memberships which have a setup cost of $125 or $200 dollars depending on what options you would like followed by a $15 or $20 dollar monthly payment plan.
WPZOOM has a fairly large selection of premium WordPress themes that is growing. The templates are all high quality and cater to a number of niches including business, magazines, portfolio and multimedia. They also have a couple of nice free themes. Prices range from $69/$149 for a single purchase without/with Photoshop documents, and memberships that have standard/developer entry levels with one time $199/$299 startup fee and $9/$19 monthly after one time fee.