Another month, another list of the best. Here is a collection of the top 10 new free WordPress themes for July 2014, and all of these theme feature rich premium looks to go with responsive layouts. As always, most are available to download from the official WordPress Themes Directory:
It does not get more official than this. Designed by Automattic, the people who brought us WordPress itself, this theme comes with a modern and trendy look in an adaptable layout. Feature rich, with a number of options like post formats, multiple menus, custom header and background, and more.
If you are looking for that straight up blog look, then Ignite is a simple and responsive option. Not only can you upload your own custom logo, but you can also adjust its size and positioning. There is also a sidebar, widgets, attractive featured images, along with social media icons.
Another light version, this one is designed for magazines, blogs and news websites in mind. A responsive design with unlimited sidebars, you get a variety of features in this theme, including a handy theme options page. Also translation ready.
What do you get when you combine flat design with a bold and colorful look? Radar is one such possibility. A responsive layout means that your blog or website will adjust and scale perfectly on any device, and elements like a slider, widgets, and custom menu make it great for sites high on content.
Zany name for a WooCoomerce enabled WordPress theme. Built with Bootstrap, this one allows you to easily set up a store and shop to sell your products online. The design may be simple, but it is fully responsive and is high resolution. The theme itself is optimized for SEO.
Perfect name for a minimalist WordPress theme, again by Automattic. Use this one column creation to showcase your creative photos. And it can also be used to present videos, or regular articles. The simple design does not mean it skimps on features. You get custom menu, widgets, featured images, and more.
Hard to decide what is better, the name or the design. This free theme is a great option for all sorts of blogs and news websites, with its support for nine post formats. Customization options, custom widgets, four page templates, and the ability to upload a custom logo come standard.
What would a best of list be without a dedicated business theme? This corporate theme is built with the Bootstrap framework, and can be used to present your company with elegance. There is support for a custom logo, favicon, footer description, even a call to action widget.
With a name straight from the early 1900s, this is another release from Automattic. And it comes sans distractions and diversions. Simple, one column layout with a lot of white space means you get to put your content in focus. You do, however, get three separate widget areas for customization.
A clean magazine style, this theme is perfect if someone is starting out with blogging or web publishing. Large featured images, related posts, author bios, widgets and a social media menu complete a package that is quite pleasing to the eyes, but minimalist in some sense.