If you are a blogger, there is a high probability you are using WordPress as your blogging platform. According to recent data from Akismet, there are currently close to 75 million sites online using the WordPress platform. So as a WordPress user, how can you set your website apart from the other 75 million websites? Well, thanks to WordPress’ powerful theme engine, and the massive number of themes available today, you can have a beautiful and unique(relatively) website with very little effort and cost. With material design become so popular, here are a a few of the most unique, beautiful, and customizable Material Design themes for your WordPress blog.
Zephyr is a beautifully designed WordPress theme that won Envato’s Material Design Most Wanted competition. This theme was created with emphasis on the small details, making it one of the nicest Material Design WordPress theme on the market today.
This Pinterest-inspired theme is simple, mobile ready, and retina ready. It contains many features like categories, boards, places, pins, user profiles, follow, like, re-pin and many more.
Truly a rare theme design, this theme is an exceptionally clean, flexible, fully responsive, lightweight, and fast loading. Rare was created specifically as a blog or portfolio website solution and is perfect for travel or lifestyle bloggers.
This is a WordPress theme uniquely made for educational organizations such as universities, schools, online courses, and training centers. However, it is flexible enough to be used for businesses and other agencies. Lincoln is also fully integrated with the WooCommerce, the largest eCommerce platform.
Designed especially for magazines, newspapers, and blogs, MaterialMag comes with all the features needed by a magazine site like Featured Posts, Reviews, Multiple Header Styles, Dozens of Short-codes, Unique Widgets, News & Post Blocks, Gallery, Audio & Video Management, and WooCommerce shop.
Unika is a super flexible Material Design OnePage theme used for any type of sites including businesses, agencies, portfolios, personal websites, blogs, and landing pages. Unika was built with the best UX/UI practices in mind and based on clean semantic Html5 and Css3 code.
All of the WordPress themes listed above uses Material Designs specifications and would fit perfectly for any WordPress sites that is looking for a modern, beautiful, and user-friendly theme. If you like these themes, please check out WPMustache for more premium, stylist WordPress themes.