Storefront of course. It’s one of those themes that is really useful to work with, especially if you’d like to know more about building or changing a theme yourself. There are paid plugins available that expand the functionality. I also gave examples of working with Storefront in my new book at Packt Publishing:


Dazzling has been created by Colorlib, a premium WordPress theme developer.


Zerif Lite is a free theme developed by ThemeIsle, another premium theme reseller. It has a pro version with more options.


Another freemium theme with more functions if you want to pay. Or just download the free version.


Restimpo is already a bit older, but still being updated. Also in this case there’s a premium version available for around $6 only.


Socute is a free theme with a premium look and feel. And indeed, also in this case there’s a premium version available. Not that on the download page it seems not to exist, but there’s a button leading you to the free version. Developers Yith are also known for their WooCommerce plugins, which have free versions as well.


Seller seems a pretty standard theme with a slider and some posts below that. But it also has all the WooCommerce styling you need. There’s a premium version available with more options for $25.


In premium themes often page builders are included for complete control over the lay-out of your pages. But in a free theme I haven’t seen that yet. The vantage theme comes in a paid and free version, but even the free version contains the page builder.Download Vantage