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26 top-quality WordPress portfolio themes

17. Hind

WordPress portfolio themes - Hind

Hind is crammed with options and has its own support team
  • Price: $59

If you want to get your portfolio site up and running in minutes but don't want to compromise on choice, then take a look at Hind. It comes with 14 ready made homepages and over 20 header styles, 11 pre-made sliders, plus an assortment of layout variations and animations and much more besides. And if you run into difficulties, there's a dedicated support team to help you out.

18. BigBang

Portfolio WordPress themes - BigBang

BigBang makes it easy to control the appearance of your responsive site
  • Price: $19

The BigBang WordPress theme offers an original editing system, working with various shaped preview thumbnails and a clean and clear layout, enabling you to control the appearance, columns, font and size easily. It's great way to create a responsive WordPress portfolio site to showcase your work.

19. MediaBook

Portfolio WordPress theme - Media Book

MediaBook gives your imagery a luxurious feel
  • Price: $44

MediaBook offers a refreshing WordPress theme that would work particularly well with photography and very visual imagery. The clean, chic layout lends a professional and luxurious feel to your work.

20. Hipster

Portfolio WordPress theme - Hipster

Hipster is so laid back, it's laid out
  • Price: $18

As the name suggests, Hipster offers a modern and relaxed alternative to an overly formal portfolio site, with multi-functional pages that will allow viewers to engage and interact with the content – perfect for studios and collectives. Its many editing features enable you to personalise the content to best suit the nature of your work, and again it's viewable on a range of digital platforms.

21. MiniPress

Portfolio WordPress theme - MiniPress

Let your work do the talking with this simple black and white theme
  • Price: $18

MiniPress offers a simple but classy black and white layout to give your work a glossy finish. This theme is functional on many platforms and easily accessible. There's also 24-hour support available, and like many portfolio themes, MiniPress comes with a ready made contact form.

22. Pen & Paper

Portfolio WordPress theme - Pen & Paper

Pen & Paper offers a refined and traditional look but with modern touches

Pen & Paper offers a classical and refined layout for your WordPress portfolio, with a more traditional look. Yet it's interactive and user-friendly, adapting to a modern context. It also includes an optional slideshow, as well as 360 icons.

23. SimplyInfinite

Portfolio WordPress theme - SimplyInfinite

SimplyInfinite is smooth and clean with flexible editing options
  • Price: $12

The SimplyInfinite WordPress theme offers a smooth and clean layout, giving flexible editing options as well as pages to spread out and distribute your content. Three layout options are available, as well as the ability to add audio clips.

24. Rhea

Portfolio WordPress theme - Rhea

Rhea is a clean and structured layout for illustrators and artists
  • Price: $9

Rhea is another great clean and structured layout, perfect for illustrators and visual artists. This WordPress theme is fast and smooth, allowing your work to be put forward in a user-friendly fashion. This is also the cheapest theme on our list, priced at just $9.

25. Retro

Portfolio WordPress theme - Retro

Retro lets you build web pages like you used to get in the 1950s
  • Price: $15

This WordPress theme offers an alternative design for your portfolio site, with a retro-inspired layout, easy editing options and multiple page facilities, with built-in options including contact forms and Nivo sliders.

26. Haze

Portfolio WordPress theme - Haze

Haze is beautiful and stylish with great navigation options
  • Price: $44

Haze is a beautiful and stylish portfolio WordPress theme that offers a full screen slider welcome page and easy to use navigation options. It's perfect for creative portfolios with plenty of visuals.

This is an updated and expanded version of an article previously published on Creative Bloq.

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