These days, there are almost too many responsive WordPress themes to choose from, which is great on the one hand, but potentially confusing on the other. That’s why we decided to put this guide together. We’ve arranged them in no particular order, so this isn’t really a top 10 or top 20, because we feel that each of these responsive WordPress themes is equally worthy of your attention.
Ampersand boasts some very nice-looking typography to splash across the large images it can display. Responsive WordPress templates like this one offer a twin-column layout that looks graceful on mobile as well as desktop platforms, and we think that it lends itself well to people in the design community who are looking for a simple-to-use portfolio site with a host of useful features. Highly recommended!
The fact that you can drag-and-drop elements to create your portfolio means that Angle will suit everyone in the visual arts who needs an elegant place to show off their wares. Its uncluttered look hides a high degree of convenient sophistication that includes sliders and powerful customisation options. It’s easy to use and designed for speed.
Landing is great for putting landing pages together in no time at all, thanks to mass than 25 templates that are ready to go, right out of the box. When you’ve settled on the design that suits you best, this is one of those responsive WordPress themes which works hand in glove with WooCommerce, so your shop can be open for business really quickly.
Magazine is a responsive WordPress theme with hordes of fantastic features. It lets you select and then edit any one of the 42 generously included layouts. It also offers sliding menus, a very deep and detailed standard menu, social media sharing, and much more.
There are six colour palettes to help you define the overall look, along with sidebars, custom widgets, icon fonts, and numerous shortcodes, which all adds up to a great deal of customisation power, right there at your fingertips.
Guess what Parallax offers! Yes, parallax scrolling (and you can set it to scroll forever and a day if you want to). It offers more than that though. This beautiful theme’s arsenal of features includes image filters too, so your pictures can get an attractive colour wash or a little blur to muddy the focus in an artistic way. This means you can get some amazing results without needing to learn and use image editing software.
ThemeMin is a WordPress responsive theme that’s simple but really attractive. They’ve gone to some trouble to ensure that your posts will be as readable as they are good-looking. The good-looking comes from the usual array of sliders and galleries but it also offers a nice selection of typefaces to spiff up your text.
Responz is a highly versatile WordPress responsive theme. It gives you the flexibility to choose from numerous layouts, so whether you want zero, single or multiple sidebars, you’re sure to be able to put together an eye-catching site at the drop of a hat. You can post in either view of grid form and it gives you all the features you expect from a high-end theme, like short-codes, custom headers, custom widgets, and a kaleidoscope of hues to colour your pages pretty.
OnePage is a WordPress responsive theme that really hits the ground running, so if you need to create landing page websites for your business then you came to the right theme. It boasts some useful features like clients’ section, pricing table, and Twitter feed, among many others. It’s got an easy-to-use and intuitive builder, so ‘no prior experience’ is no problem.
Compass is a fully responsive WordPress theme that will suit a variety of needs. You can blog, share news or use it as a portfolio. Its infinitely adaptable homepage has a content slider, pre-set categories, and a 1-click demo content installer to make life even easier for you.
Its breaking news ticker comes as standard and you also get to feast on a ton of templates, colour choices, some attractive typefaces, and more. It also gives you a few custom widgets, lots of sidebars and widget-ready sections.
Aesthetic is aptly named. It’s An attractive responsive WordPress theme that will suit bloggers of all tastes and interests, and it’s got enough tools for you to shape the overall look and functionality to your heart’s content.
Armed with only a mouse and your imagination, you can easily build great-looking pages. It’s ready to go for WooCommerce websites in many different languages too.
Mustache is a lovely-looking responsive WordPress theme aimed at businesses. You can drop in client testimonials or descriptions of your services with ease. It’s quick and light in operation and getting the look you want is as simple as dragging and dropping from the handy list of elements provided.
The best WordPress themes are like Roxima – fine-looking and responsive. This one is aimed at businesses. There are lots of layers to choose from and its customisable thanks to the wide array of integrated widgets. There’s a lot of flexibility here, so the bespoke look that you’re after is easy to achieve.
Paperback is an attractive WordPress responsive theme with a wide array of impressive features. It’s skewed towards the magazine look and it achieves its aim beautifully.
Featured article images can be dropped in without fuss, and even added to the content slider on your homepage. It looks great on any device and should make user engagement a breeze.
Lenscap has to be one of the best WordPress themes because it has the look of a magazine that sits alongside full WooCommerce. Content discovery features like a content carousel and footer category menu happily sit alongside video post styles, gallery, customisation options, colour scheme options, and great- looking typography. It definitely earns its premium designation.
Metro Pro another responsive WordPress magazine theme that lets you adorn your stories with large featured images yet is still simple to set up. It fits hand-in-glove with social media and gives you enough menus, theme options and widget to help you get it looking exactly as you want. It’s a widescreen workhorse with slick social features that will help you to build your audience in no time.
Moesia Pro is a WordPress responsive theme that is full of elegant simplicity. It gives you 11 prebuilt blocks to move around as you wish. But a parallax background image in one and given its own colours. Use Google fonts to Adorn it with your message and you’re up and running with this business site. Your blog page can have two styles of layouts, parallax scrolling header, along with lovely animations and effects too.
Designer is grid-based for ease of use. It’s a WordPress responsive theme that makes it easy for visual creatives to put together stunning portfolios in no time, thanks to a featured fixed sidebar and menu on the left and side, and space for imagery arranged grid-style on the right. With lovely typography and wide-view posts, it also lends itself to blogging too.
Hestia is a free WordPress responsive theme, though you wouldn’t have guessed it. It has all the feel of a premium theme, thanks to an integrated plugin that delivers testimonials, services, and homepage sections with ease. A free page builder and WooCommerce integration completes a very attractive set of features.
Elegant is a responsive WordPress theme that will ideally suit visual creatives. You can add all sorts of material using the feature modules and drag-and-drop page building makes everything easy to arrange. It’s simple to use, elegant, attractive, and with a selection of featured templates you’ll see your ideas realized on-screen very quickly and easily.
Semicolon is a versatile responsive WordPress theme that’s delightfully minimalist. You won’t find lots of unnecessary widgets here, just a simple grid-based approach to image layout. You get a social menu and primary menu, customisable sidebar widgets, and author bio section to pop in after single posts. Put simply, it looks great, and it works great!
Hueman is a responsive WordPress theme that’s highly customisable and will suit many different uses. It features multiple page layouts, you can customise the header and background, easily drop in a logo and apply a variety of colours. You can select from two or three column layout and use multiple templates for pages.
We hope you enjoyed this brief overview of some of the best WordPress themes 2019. You can choose any of them and be sure that you won’t go wrong!