WP Bids

A truly unique theme, which gives freelancers the ability create elegant, professional, proposals using WordPress.  This WordPress “app” theme saves you valuable time while providing your clients with a high-impact proposal that will win your more projects.

Just a few of the awesome features:

  • Mobile, Print, and Web optimized proposals
  • Proposal templates for easy/fast production
  • Custom logo, copy, and everything else.  Tweak it however you need it!

Simple Gray

Simple Gray is a minimalist WordPress theme we did a couple years ago. Having not touched it once in over a year, with the launch of Museum Themes, we figured it was time to revisit it. We’ll be revamping all our old free themes and officially releasing some of the ones we never got around to. Added features to Simple Gray are Twitter @anywhere hovercards, WordPress 3.0 menus, installation notes, Google’s Droid Sans web font, and some nice css3 shadows for browsers that can see them.

Hybrid

Hybrid is a free, open-source theme framework.

WP Weaver

Twenty Ten Weaver allows you to tweak almost everything. You can change colors, fonts, sidebar columns, header size, and more. This theme also includes several new theme looks for an easy start. Just for example, this site is running on WordPress 3 and uses the “WP Weaver” sub-theme as its own theme.

Genesis Theme

This is a WordPress 3.0-ready theme and is SEO-focused. It’s incredibly extensible with the use of hooks and child themes. Also, widgets can go in various places besides just the sidebar. This theme also integrates with BuddyPress, which is great if you or your clients need an open-source social networking solution your WordPress site.

Paper

Using an array of semi-neutral colors, this theme exhibits rich manila and art paper textures with details you could reach out and touch. It has a rich, distinguished approach displaying ripe berry accent colors and a smooth finish.

This theme is an ideal match for a wide range of website needs. It will go well with business or personal sites. It also lends itself to showing off treasured photographs, with its subtle but inviting presence. Paper is thick with widgets for all purposes and comes with two stylesheets dressed to kill, paying rapt attention to detail and aesthetics.

Middle Name: Danger

Middle Name: Danger is the brother to Baby SweetTooth. It’s got the same magazine-style layout and multiple widgetized sidebars with optional video embed and FeedBurner integration. In fact, everything cool about Baby SweetTooth is there in Middle Name: Danger, the only difference is the boy colors vs. the pink and brown in SweetTooth. Whereas Baby SweetTooth was a re-release, we never released Middle Name: Danger because we were waiting to work out the bugs of SweetTooth. Now that we have, we can release both, side-by-side, as they were meant to be, so you can be set for your baby girl’s blog or your baby boy’s blog (or both!).

Time Capsule

This theme celebrates artistry, exhibiting an antique frame, touchable fabric texture and hand-drawn stitching highlights. It has a rich, strong approach displaying soft colors, realistic textures which come together to make an unforgettable playful and unique finish.

This alluring theme’s colors and sensibility make it an ideal to use with a personal or creative website. It is rich with widgets and comes with two delicious color palettes, a dusky rosé and a pale powder blue to fit any season or mood.

Geneva

A clean, simple grid-based portfolio theme that displays your posts in attractive thumbnails.

Baby SweetTooth

Baby SweetTooth is a magazine-style theme styled for your baby girl. It takes inspiration from premium WordPress themes, scrapbooking, and baby girl’s clothing and decor. It’s built to share all of your thoughts and memories, pictures and videos in an easy-to-access page. If you use FeedBurner, you can add your FeedBurner ID in the theme options page and have your visitors, friends and family subscribe to updates by email. The theme options page allows you to specify which categories display on the home page, what images to use, everything that requires setting up, and the theme is smart enough to know if you haven’t set up some crucial areas, it won’t display them. Rather than forcing you to edit code just to get your site set up (which, if you’re doing a baby blog, you probably have much better things to do), we put all those variables in the back-end with easy documentation and a welcome page that lets you know when you need to set up your theme options.

In short, we took all the power and functionality of a premium theme and combined that with the appeal and design of a simple mommyblog. And made it free.