If you want to buy WordPress themes, your first thought should be Themeforest—the most significant marketplace. You would be genuinely picky if you can’t find a proper theme for your project on Themeforest. Of course, some themes are probably below your standards, and you might not be satisfied by their features or support.
However, it makes sense to want something different, and fortunately, there are a few other cool places to buy themes.
Many WordPress theme sellers don’t have a Themeforest marketing budget, and consequently, fewer people have heard about them. Still, these vendors have sold tens of thousands of themes, and many are well-known among the WordPress community.
Great WordPress Premium Theme Providers 2019
In the next lines, I will feature 20 WordPress premium theme providers that fully deserves your attention. All of them provide top-quality products.
Elegant Themes – If you were to name a list of three WordPress themes, Divi would be one of the most mentioned themes. It’s the flagship theme of Elegant Themes, and countless developers and users are satisfied with it. But have you heard about Extra—a good theme for blogging—or Monarch—a social media plugin? Both of them are the creation of Elegant Themes’ team.
You can benefit from other magnificent themes and useful plugins by paying a yearly subscription or a lifetime access fee. No matter the pricing plan you chose, your money is well-invested.
CSSIgniter is another exciting place to buy top-notch WordPress themes. By paying $69, you get unlimited access to 70+ themes. You are essentially paying less than $1 per theme, and you can use them for both personal and commercial use. I was impressed by the wide range of themes. There are available themes for travel, business, hotels, magazine news, photography, beauty, cafés, and portfolios. Unlike the majority of WordPress sellers, CSSIgniter gives its users access to its themes’ .psd files.
Themify – Ultra is a popular and powerful multipurpose theme crafted by Themify. It’s one of those themes that is genuinely multipurpose. Ultra is suitable for any project. It’s not only Ultra that might interest you, but also Shoppe, Split, or Parallax. In total, you will have full access to 40+ themes and 10+ plugins if you buy a master club subscription. All the themes come with Themify Builder—a built-in builder that gives unlimited powers even to non-coders.
Tesla Themes’ offering consists of 67 themes (more to come) that cover a broad array of purposes. All of them are well-crafted and tested by tons of users. You can get a refund in 30 days if you aren’t satisfied with the themes, but I doubt that you will need a refund because the themes look great and come jam-packed with useful features.
Obox Themes is driven by quality and not quantity. The themes for sale are genuine masterpieces, and each has a detailed description, so you know what you’re buying. Each theme is fully customizable due to a powerful visual customizer so you can create an original layout design without writing a single line of code. You can buy the themes individually or pay a yearly subscription to own the entire theme collection.
Theme Junkie – If you want to save a few bucks when buying WordPress themes, consider Theme Junkie. You can pay an annual subscription fee of $34 for 55+ themes or $69 for lifetime access. The lifetime subscription is a good offer for WordPress developers. The themes are for any website, so developers have multiple options to create clients’ sites.
WPZoom is another top WordPress theme provider. Talented designers have crafted the themes, and experts provide support. On its homepage, it claims that 97% of its customers rated its support as excellent. Pavel, the founder, also shares his experiences on Twitter now and then. Some clients are from hell, that’s sure!
The themes are responsive, SEO-friendly, and translation and multi-language ready, and buyers can replicate the demos with just a single click. The prices are a little bit higher than the rest of the sellers on this list, but the quality isn’t cheap.
ThemeTrust is different from its competitors because users can’t buy the entire theme collection with a yearly subscription. They can buy only the theme or themes they like. It’s not profitable for developers, but for average people who need one or two themes, it’s not a problem. Each theme has a complete description that every potential buyer can consult before making a purchase.
Rara Theme sells fantastic WordPress themes, and you can get all of them when you buy an annual subscription. Additionally, you get free lifetime theme updates. The 20+ themes are enough to cover all your needs and preferences.
Currently, Nimbus Themes features ten themes, and you can get all of them for only $49 a year or $99 for a lifetime subscription. I carefully checked the themes, and I was genuinely impressed by them. Wanderlust is a beautiful theme for a travel blog, while the clean design of Epicurean makes it suitable for a food blog.
Another plus for Nimbus Themes is the theme descriptions; you have tons of details about each theme. People with little knowledge of web design will appreciate the information shared.
Graph Paper Press
Graph Paper Press offers 45+ themes and 15+ plugins. You can buy a yearly subscription for the themes only or a package with both themes and plugins. Of course, you have the lifetime option that guarantees unlimited access to all plugins and themes, including support and updates. The theme library contains a few free-of-charge themes that you can download and use to get a clear idea about the entire collection.
Themes Kingdom’s themes are modern and attractive. Some of them are almost minimalist, so check out these themes if you want a distinguishable but straightforward website. The extensive use of white space, the captivating sliding effects, and the big images are other standard features of Themes Kingdom products. Over 20 themes can be yours for an annual fee of $89 or pay $49 for a single theme.
StudioPress is a well-known WordPress theme seller that has satisfied a myriad of clients. Genesis Framework—a WordPress framework created by Studio Press—generated a lot of buzzes because it’s a highly appreciated tool. Fortunately, you can get this framework by purchasing any of Studio Press’ themes. The prices are above average, but the themes are jam-packed with useful features, so these deserves any amount you pay for them.
ThemeFuse comes with more than 50 professional WordPress themes that cover all the needs of a webmaster. Simple or complex, multipurpose or niched, colorful or black and white—the themes are for all kinds of users. You might be interested in a tempting offer if you are on a tight budget and have to set up a new site. Chose a premium theme from ThemeFuse and hosting from their partners, and you won’t pay for the theme.
ThemeGrill has a small number of themes for sale, but each product is a real masterpiece. A distinctive feature is a possibility of downloading the lite version of each theme for free. On top of that, the theme demos fully reveal the themes’ potential. ThemeGrill genuinely helps customers make an informed decision.
ThemeIsle is run by the same team behind CodeInWP—one of the leading WordPress blogs. Taking into account the posts’ quality, it’s crystal clear that ThemeIsle’s themes are professionally designed. Check out the pricing plans yourself—they have been created to satisfy as many people as possible. You’ll get not only a theme or themes but also some useful plugins.
Solwin Infotech is another great WordPress theme provider with 15+ WordPress themes in their portfolio. They creates themes for all kind of niches. Get great looking and attractive themes for bloggers, business, restaurants, music, and more.
There are both premium and free themes available. You can purchase WordPress themes individually for very affordable prices. The wide range allows everyone to find a WordPress theme for your niche and create a significant online presence.
Press75 sells 20+ creative themes that delight the eyes of all viewers. The themes can be yours for an annual subscription of $99, or you can buy a single theme for $29. Without a doubt, all the themes are aesthetically pleasing, so use them to impress your future clients.
Proteus Themes – Do you consider a week a reasonable amount of time to test a WordPress theme? I think it’s more than enough. Proteus Themes lets you test any of its premium themes for a one-week trial, and no credit card is required. When you deliver value, you can be sure that people will buy your products.
Premium Coding offering is diversified and appetizing; a yearly subscription gives you access to 30+ themes that allow you to create any site. Buy a single theme if you have a single project—Premium Coding lets you purchase themes individually. These themes are modern and built using the latest technologies, so your site will look great and load fast.
These sellers are our suggestions for the best WordPress premium theme providers. There are many other sellers that we didn’t include, and perhaps even your favorites weren’t featured here. Let us know what we missed by adding your preferences in the comments.
Disclosure: Some of the links in this post are “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission.
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