Best Free WordPress Themes – Edition October 2014

After a long search for some free awesome WordPress themes, we’ve finally narrowed down this month’s list. All the themes that you’re going to be introduced to are worth being in the premium category but the developers have decided otherwise. So without wasting any more of your time, lets jump into the list.

1] Serene


Serene is a beautiful free WordPress theme from the popular WordPress theme developers Elegant Themes. This responsive theme is built for bloggers who love a simple and spacious design for their blog. Serene also supports different custom post types and hence comes handy for a blogger who deals with various types of content like video, audio, quotes etc. We’d say that if you want your content to be in focus at all times then this is the ideal free theme to go for.


2] Arcade Basic


Don’t be deceived by the simple design of this theme, it’s pretty loaded with features enough to help you setup a great looking website. Just like Serene, this theme supports different custom posts types which makes it easy to distinguish between different posts. You can easily customize the theme header image, page layout, site width and more using the theme customizer.  We really love the fact that this theme uses Google fonts to improve the readability of the content. The complete prowess of this theme is limited but can be unlocked with the premium version of this theme.


3] Moesia


If you’re looking for an amazing business theme for the price of air then Moesia is what you need. You can choose from the predefined blocks available in the theme and use it to create your company homepage. Every homepage block is customizable where you can decide the colors it can use and also use a parallax background image. Moesia also allows you to use a custom image for the header which will get the parallax effect and make your company website look uber cool. Frankly, we’re in love with this theme 😉


4] DW Timeline


DW Timeline is a responsive theme with a fresh and unique design. Inspired by the old Facebook timeline layout, this theme really stands out from the rest of the free WordPress themes. You can easily change the font, logo, background image and colors of the theme using the theme options. This theme is ideal for blogs and portfolios and the timeline design just makes content stand out. The theme also supports various custom posts types making it easy to identify different types of posts.


We hope you loved this month’s list of the best free WordPress themes. If you’ve had experiences using any of these themes then drop a comment below and share it with us.

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