Are you bored with your generic, no-fuss WordPress theme but at the same time not really that keen on going for over-the-top-too-complex ones? We have rounded up a list of amazing artsy themes that are still on the simple side, but are stunning nonetheless.
Here it is, our arty WordPress themes list for 2015:
Nikka – AJAX Portfolio Theme
If you’re tired of having to go all-out on one theme without seeing how it really goes first, you would appreciate Nikka’s demo version which allows you to take your time and see if the theme really is your cup of tea. Viewing the theme through tablets, smartphones, and other mobile devices shouldn’t be a problem as it’s highly responsive.
Colibri – Theme For Musicians
This is a simple and easily customized theme which ideally works for musicians, DJs, or bands who wish to have digital presence without having to constantly maintain their site. The built is also made for easy integration with social media networks such as Twitter, SoundCloud, Instagram, BandInTown, and others.
Kappe Full Screen Portfolio & Blog Theme
Kappe is basically PSD files on 6 layers and it’s really as basic as any theme can get. This could bore some people who are looking for something more, but for those of us who are really after a theme that’s simple, clean, and based on a tried and tested formula, Kappe fits the bill just right.
Lion – Ultimate Portfolio Theme
Lion is a breath of fresh air – especially for newbies who are nowhere near the skills of a legit computer programmer. This theme is easily customizable, with 7 skins to boot. There’s also the widely coveted drag and drop builder, full screen slider, and the vertical and horizontal headers. Users are also given the chance to have a preview of their chosen design before purchasing, which is great for those who take longer to decide or are quick to change their mind. Another standout feature is the one-click switch which enables you to switch between full-screen and boxed mode with just a single click.
Are you selling artwork online? If so, then your best bet is Reverzo. It will turn your website into a virtual gallery. It allows you to browse each item like how you would when you are moving from one painting to the next when you are in an art museum. It really adds a minimalistic yet fun feel to it. The best part is that once you install it, it optimizes every aspect of your page to automatically adjust to any kind of mobile device. It’s like giving your customers the museum experience no matter how big or small the screen of their devices are. And considering that your business relies on how good people feel when they see your work, this will really maximize your customer reach. Some non-art entrepreneurs have even used the theme and still had awesome results!