The next time you start composing a blog post about your favorite topic, or if you have decided to create a blog for your interior design career, just stop a while and ask yourself:
- Are the WordPress themes you are using really appropriate for the subject at hand?
- Do your themes really inspire you when you need creativity the most?
- Will your themes make your readers come back for more?
If you answered “no”, or are unsure about the answer to any of these questions, then it’s time for a change.
Why not experiment with these top 5 WordPress themes and see if that makes a difference.
Best of all, they’re ALL FREE!
Surely you can do better than this, right?
Or maybe you’d like to keep things all Professional? Great for commercial blogs and E-commerce stores, this theme can be used if you plan on making your blogs about topics such as:
- Community events
This theme features rich animation capabilities throughout the site, and that will rivet your readers and keep them coming back for more! It is fully “translation ready” too, which will extend the range of your posts to other languages as well. A favourite blog choice by E-commerce and product related blogs makes it a great general all-rounder no matter what type of site you are using. Check out The Water Softener Critics Website here, which is a water softener comparison website using this blog theme to their advantage.
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First-time visitors to populous cities like Manhattan or Singapore may strain their necks trying to look all the way up to the skyscrapers that dot the city landscape. To their minds, the sight is like something from out of this world!
Well, you’d better tell them to hold onto their hats! “They ain’t seen nuthin yet!”, because what futuristic architects have in mind for home designs will certainly look “out of the earth” to us by today’s standards!
Here are 4 home design trends that will unfold in the rest of 2014, 2015 and beyond.
Shipping Container Homes
Yep, those discarded shipping containers that would normally be sent to smelters or landfills, are now being repurposed. Where once they were destined to be scrapped, their new purpose in life is to act as dorm rooms and multi-story apartment homes for thousands of people in the future.
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