I’m excited to announce we’ve added two great new premium themes to our ever-growing collection of themes today.
Duet is tailored for writers, journalists, and business bloggers. Meticulously crafted and refined options provide you with the power to effortlessly customize your theme. Choose and mix from ten accent fonts, and five body fonts to discover the perfect typographic style for your website. You can also upload a custom logo image to put your own personal stamp on your blog.
With a flexible featured slider, your readers have no chance to miss your important posts. Duet comes with more great features, so be sure to read about it on the showcase page.
ThemeMin is a minimal, light-weight, and fast-loading theme that focuses on typography. Together, all of these elements help to provide a comfortable reading experience. ThemeMin comes with a featured posts carousel on the front page. Plus, you can mix and match between five color schemes, three site layout options, and two post layout options until you find a combination that hits the spot for your blog. Go find more about the theme on its showcase page.
- Jan 5, 2012 @ 8:51 am
Jan 5th at 9:49 am
Both are amazing!!! The only catch (on the part of the writer) is that all key posts now have to have a photo, otherwise they cannot be featured in the carousel….
Jan 5th at 10:31 am
Those are great, clean themes! I’m happy with the theme I have now, but I’m sure plenty of people will enjoy these two themes. Great work!
Jan 5th at 10:47 am
Very nice but I’m sticking to my black piano for the time being
Jan 5th at 11:48 am
Duet is awesome. I am arranging money to buy it. It looks must for my blog.
Jan 5th at 12:08 pm
Indeed, they are really great. Neat and clear. It would be worth trying for a music-related page. I guess I’ll test this for one of my projects! Fantastic!
Jan 5th at 12:36 pm
Clean & minimal – both of them. Nice work.
I like the sidebar disable feature in Duet.
Jan 5th at 12:58 pm
Great themes…both of them!
I love Duet’s two column layout and ThemeMin’s layouts but it’s too plain.
I hope Duet has been free!
We are waiting for twenty twelve theme!
Jan 5th at 2:02 pm
It’s nice and fantastic…
Jan 5th at 2:19 pm
Will have to take a closer look, as I am fairly new, and had not heard of “Duet” before either. One main reason I liked WordPress, immediately, as a blog home, is the visial of the landing page and format. It is is so CLEAN … and not loaded up with margins, and other clutter of … distractions.
Jan 5th at 2:57 pm
The themes look great, but I still love the last theme.. err but I should try one ot them.
Jan 5th at 2:58 pm
They both look like great themes. But I’m very picky about details and often don’t discover for a while that there’s something about a particular theme that just isn’t working for me. That makes buying a premium theme a very risky investment. Especially on top of the CSS upgrade and the no-ads thing.
Jan 5th at 3:30 pm
Nice themes! Keep up the good work
I am waiting for the twenty twelve theme. Do you know when it will be published?
Jan 5th at 4:50 pm
What are the chances of WordPress adding these carousels into relatively newer themes already present here? I use Enterprise and I really don’t see a need to change my theme, but having a carousel would be a welcome addition as they’re more popular and convenient way of highlighting posts.
Jan 5th at 5:52 pm
Please clarify: If I make a post sticky with a featured image, so that it shows up in the carousel, it will NOT also show up at the top of the post column. Am I right?
Jan 5th at 8:34 pm
These are nice clean themes. I always wonder how much traction such minimalist themes get though?
Either way, to my eye they look great! Thanks for the heads up.
Jan 5th at 9:18 pm
Very nice… Simple and elegant.
Jan 5th at 9:54 pm
These are very nice indeedily doodly
Jan 5th at 10:55 pm
I like the new simpler look of both. It gives you time to organize your blog.
Jan 5th at 11:36 pm
Whenever new themes come out, I feel like a child with candy !! They look nice. Alas ! they are premium themes.
Jan 6th at 1:32 am
Stunning themes! Wish they were free
Jan 6th at 6:08 am
A simple theme but stunning good for the eyes.
Jan 6th at 7:23 pm
I absolutely love Duet! So much so that I purchased it and I’ve never purchased a premium theme before.
Jan 6th at 7:57 pm
If I didn’t have a photo blog, I’d be very tempted to switch to Duet. It’s a good looking theme.
Jan 7th at 5:25 am
This is awesome guys. I love it and will implement it on my blog.
Jan 7th at 5:59 am
Really like ThemeMin since I love to take photos, use photography in my blogs. ThemeMin would showcase my past posts really well…have been happy with what I have, but may switch.
Jan 7th at 8:22 am
Hi and thanks WordPress ! Great new themes, but maybe I’ve been so into Vertigo now, be tough to change :))) Hey happy new year good looking
Jan 7th at 8:22 pm
I really like Duet. It’s very clean and streamlined. Thank you!
Jan 8th at 7:06 am
I like Duet! It reminds me of a book.
Jan 10th at 11:32 pm
Very few themes are designed to look great with long texts. I’ve chosen Duet because it’s perfect when you write a lot, and also when you want to display big sized pictures. It’s great for both use. A 10/10 for me !
Jan 11th at 3:46 pm
I love Duet! I kinda feel stuck with my current premium theme but we’ll see :-). K
Jan 15th at 5:58 am
Dr. Christa Herzog
They looked nice. I like duet
Jan 16th at 3:30 am
Jan 16th at 11:51 am
Really nice themes. I’m looking for a theme that doesn’t look like every WordPress blog. =)
Jan 18th at 5:40 am
It’s nice and fantastic…