WordPress might look simple and it’s free to use, but running a website does require other tools. One of them is a theme, which is available in both free and paid versions.

Over here, I’m sharing a huge compilation consisting both free and paid WordPress themes for four different yet popular niches. 

The Best WordPress Themes from 2015 – 2017

Let’s begin with the list of best WordPress themes. I’ve specifically mentioned about free and paid aspect against each mention.

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    Zerif Lite


    If you’ve been around WordPress for, at least, a couple of months, then you must have passed through the Zerif Lite theme. It’s among the top 10 free themes at the …. Read full review

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    Divi Theme

    There are thousands of WordPress themes out there. But only a few of these remained useful over the years. Read full review
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    Bridge Theme


    I’ve personally used this theme, so I’m aware of how powerful it is, and no surprise, it is among the bestsellers at ThemeForest. it comes with a cool UI to deliver …. Read full review

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    Griffin Theme

    If you want to create a magazine base or a viral website, then Griffin is the template for you. It comes with a grid base design similar to Pinterest and is one of our most popular theme to date. And …. Read full review
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    Finch Theme

    Finch is one of our most popular WordPress theme to date and for good reasons too. Like all themes created by us, it’s super fast, search engine ready and approved by the guys at WordPress.org. To get …. Read full review
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    One word that describes the Newspaper WordPress AdSense theme is “excellent.” It is also the most popular theme, and …. Read full review
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    Glam Pro Theme


    This one is a brand new entry into the carousel of StudioPress themes. However, it’s a third party theme. As usual, it looks gorgeous, super sleek, and holds top-notch …. Read full review

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    The Voux

    A highly-responsive WordPress theme, visually appealing and comprehensive, used mostly for magazines. All of the pages can b …. Read full review
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    Workstation Pro Theme


    This is my second recommendation from StudioPress and it is perfectly designed to suit a creative studio business or a freelancer who has been providing his/her digital …. Read full review

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    This theme has an integrated control panel that allows users to highlight any Google AdSense ads or any other ad in three designated location on your home page. Since the theme comes with a V …. Read full review
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    Dyad Theme

    It’s a food niche blog theme which can be used for running a photo blogging community. It comes with support for featured images, editor style layout, custom menu, custom header, threaded comments, …. Read full review
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    SimpleMag Theme


    A magazine website is the one filled mostly with the clutter but you can still have a minimal approach, thanks to the themes like SimpleMag. It looks impressive and eleg …. Read full review

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    Nexus Theme

    This is also a very energetic and feature some blogging magazine-like theme for WordPress among the best WordPress blog theme 2015. Nexus give you a whole new quota of features and amazing customizati …. Read full review