It’s June, and although it’s rainy and a bit chilly here in the UK, we’re already getting out our sunglasses, lighting up the barbeque, and planning our beach getaway.
If you’re in a summertime mood as well, here are five WordPress themes that can turn your website into a bright and sunny wonder.
If you’re talking summer themes, you have to start with palm trees and tropical breezes, don’t you? And Tropicana provides. With plenty of features available in the free version, and even more in their premium version (which is only $25), it gives you bright colours, clean layouts, and warmth.
But if you’re more into staying home and making your garden shine, Garden Lite is great for anyone who wants to show off their landscaping business or their current garden work. The Lite version has great typography and layout options, but the pro version (only $39) comes with even more features, even more layouts, and really gives you a site that shines.
Instead of staying home or visiting that tropical island, why not travel around the world? Travelism is designed for travel agencies and tour guides, but would also be great for your travel blog, especially if you’re taking fantastic photos. With amazing layout options and well-designed elements, the free version really shows you what you can do, but the pro version (just $59) integrates smoothly with WooCommerce and WP Travel, making it perfect for your travel business.
Hit the beach with this gorgeous sea-based theme. With gorgeous teal elements and bold features, Oceanic will be a hit with anyone who dreams of ocean breezes and calming waves. The premium version is only $15 and comes with even more customisation options to make your beachside retreat even better.
If you’re staying home and hitting the park every day, Skatepark is the theme for you. The minimalist theming and monochrome colour scheme work a treat, and the fact that it has duotone support will turn your images into works of art before you know it. Plus, it’s completely free and built by Automattic, so you know it’ll keep on rolling along with the latest versions of WordPress.