You can’t go past fullscreen themes when you’re looking to make a statement with your WordPress site.
Not only are they bold and striking, but they are also the perfect fit for photographers, creative artists and graphic designers, and anyone else looking to make a visual impact.
But while there are plentiful premium fullscreen themes, free ones are few and far between.
In this themes roundup, I’ve tracked down seven beautiful fullscreen themes. And best of all – they’re free!
Adament offers a responsive design and is built on the Bootstrap 3 framework.
This theme comes with customization options, and you can also change the color scheme to suit your needs.
Helix is another clean and minimalist fullscreen. It features a custom menu, fullscreen slideshow homepage and a widgetized sidebar.
An options page allows you to customize settings for your slider settings, default background, social bookmarks and banner settings.
Axis is a stunning fullscreen theme that comes with custom post types, custom taxonomies, custom menus and featured thumbnails.
This theme features two custom page templates: a blog page and a full-width page with no sidebar.
There’s nowhere for your photos to hide if you use WallBase. This theme gives you the option to use either a fullscreen slideshow on the homepage or a blog with an image slideshow in the background.
This theme features an elegant slide-out menu bar, portfolio page, custom post types, banner ads and theme options.
Shuttershot features a fullscreen slideshow and gives you option to use either the slideshow on your homepage or a blog with an image slideshow background.
Lensa is billed as a theme for “photography junkies.” This fullscreen slideshow theme features dramatic background slideshow effects and can connect to Flickr, Instagram, Picasa and Pinterest.
Fullscreen features a minimalist side-scrolling homepage, complete with custom widgets, menus, theme options and page templates.
This theme also comes with custom backgrounds and is translation-ready.
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