Top 10 WordPress Themes from February 2012

I know I’m a few days late posting this, but at least I got it down. Once again there were a lot of new WordPress themes from February 2012. If you want even more 2012 WordPress themes, check out my top 10 WordPress themes from January 2012.

It seems the more and more we go, the better the themes get and the more there are. It’s so easy to make a professional looking website for cheap, there are no more excuses for ugly websites. It’s easy, quick and affordable with WordPress!

If you think you have better ones that were released in February 2012, let me see them in the comments!

Here are my top 10 WordPress themes from February 2012

1 ) Backstreet – Blog & Magazine Theme (Cost: $35) Demo / Purchase

Backstreet - Blog & Magazine Theme

2 ) Config Multipurpose WordPress Theme (Cost: $35) Demo / Purchase

Config Multipurpose WordPress Theme

3 ) SwagMag – WordPress Magazine/Review Theme (Cost: $40) Demo / Purchase

SwagMag - WordPress Magazine/Review Theme

4 ) FullScene – Portfolio / Photography WP Theme (Cost: $35) Demo / Purchase

FullScene - Portfolio / Photography WP Theme

5 ) reFresh – Powerful Clean & Elegant WordPress Theme (Cost: $35) Demo / Purchase

reFresh - Powerful Clean & Elegant WordPress Theme

6 ) Slate Responsive WordPress Theme (Cost: $35) Demo / Purchase

Slate Responsive WordPress Theme

7 ) Impulse – Clean Magazine Theme (Cost: $35) Demo / Purchase

Impulse - Clean Magazine Theme

8 ) Gala, a Tasty Mac-inspired Agency WordPress Theme (Cost: $35) Demo / Purchase

Gala, a Tasty Mac-inspired Agency WordPress Theme

9 ) Akita Responsive WordPress Theme (Cost: $35) Demo / Purchase

Akita Responsive WordPress Theme

10 ) Business Design Premium WordPress Theme (Cost: $35) Demo / Purchase

Business Design Premium WordPress Theme

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4 Comments

  1. Swagger Magazine looks great! Any suggestions for free themes?

  2. These are beautiful!

  3. I would love to see free suggestions as well

  4. Yep Jamie,

    FullScene is bad ass. If I had a photography blog I’d surely go for it.

    thanx for the share!
    Akos

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