Autumn Mood: 15 Free WordPress Templates in Autumn Colors
Summer is over! Does it make you feel a little bit depressed? Probably it’s high time for your website redesign!
In fact, autumn can be very inspiring with its multicolored landscapes, romantic rains and mists. And what I like most of all, is a combination of warm bright colors and grey cool air. Autumn has its own charm, you know.
If you don’t feel inspired enough, then look through this collection of free WordPress themes in autumn colors! Spur up your imagination and creativity!
Yellow Mag WordPress Theme
Such a bright theme, isn’t it? This yellow color reminds of last warm sunny days one can catch in autumn. It’s a 4-column and 4-sidebar theme with a content slider (you can turn it off) and several banner slots.
Kent WP Theme
Celebrate WordPress Theme
Tropical Grunge Theme
Look at the dark green color of this theme! It’s the color of the last green leaves…The header of the template contains an image and its blocks have rounded corners.
Fragrance WP Theme
Nexia WordPress Theme
Among the most important features of this optimistic orange theme there are: responsive design, WooCommerce Shopping Cart support, custom widgets, cross-browser compatibility and shortcode generator in the editor.
Sky WordPress Theme
This theme is perfect for a book review website. It can offer you such options as taxonomies, metaboxes, custom post types, etc. The overall design looks like a wooden shelf full of all sorts of books.
Arboretum WordPress Theme
Zenit WP Theme
Zenit is a free WordPress template with a responsive design (mobile-friendly), a number of widgets and featured images, and that is compatible with all popular browsers (IE, Firefox, Safari, Chrome).
Braw WP Theme
This attractive responsive WordPress theme can be used for any project. It is compatible with all major browsers.
eBusiness WP Theme
eBusiness was developed for those who are looking to use WordPress as a CMS. This template is great for business or personal bloggers.
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