10 Free WordPress Themes that Utilize Material Design

In order to help ensure that your website is user-friendly, Google recommends enacting their Material Design guidelines. The goal is to include some classic design principles and mesh them with technology in order to create a web that is more intuitive.

This widely-adopted concept has made its way to WordPress – the world’s most popular content management system (CMS). Not only are a plethora of WordPress themes utilizing Material Design, a number of them are available for free. Here are 10 such themes you can download to integrate Material Design into your own website.

You might also like this collection of Material Design CSS Frameworks or these Material Design UI Kits.

Materialize

Materialize focuses on a minimal and clean look utilizing Material Design principles. It features lovely typography and a responsive layout. The theme’s simple elegance lends itself to a variety of uses.

Materialize

Material for Coders

Material for Coders was built with developers in mind. Based on Bootstrap (which is fully integrated), it features four color schemes, two widget areas and various layout options. It’s also adept at displaying code on the frontend via the pre tag.

Material for Coders

Sirius Lite

Designed for business, Sirius Lite is a highly-customizable theme. The included front page template can be used, if desired, as a one-page website. Features include call-to-action (CTA) areas with parallax scrolling, drag-and-drop front page sections via the WordPress Customizer and the ability to customize section background images and colors.

Sirius Lite

Material Design Starter Theme

Material Design Starter Theme provides you with the basics you’ll need to implement your own custom look. It’s built with Google’s Material Design Lite and is meant to be more of a blank canvas for designers. Included are a responsive SASS framework, basic templates and support for language translation.

CPMmagz

CPMmagz is a magazine theme based on the Materialize framework. It sports multiple color schemes, menus and headers, along with various sidebar options. Home page content blocks can also be customized to fit your needs.

CPMmagz

Realistic

Optimized for both speed and SEO, Realistic is a theme that is built with Underscores and Material Design Lite for a lightweight footprint. It includes extras like 6 color schemes and 5 custom widgets.

Realistic

Teslata

Teslata offers multiple page layouts, custom image alignments, custom widgets, supports JetPack portfolios and includes social media icons.  There are several settings to tweak via the WordPress Customizer.

Teslata

Intemporel

Intemporel utilizes minimal color, resulting in a WordPress theme that makes your text and images stand out. Also based on Underscores, it’s been designed with speed in mind. It’s easy to modify, thanks to commented HTML5 templates.

Intemporel

Renard

Renard goes above and beyond your standard free WordPress theme with features like a built in slider and 5 included widget areas. It’s a clean, easy to read and visually appealing choice for blogs or business sites.

Renard

SEO WP

Bloggers looking for a well-coded, semantic theme are the focus of SEO WP. It’s been developed to please search engines and users alike with customizable colors, breadcrumb navigation and support for Disqus comments.

It’s a Material World

Bringing the aesthetic and user friendliness of Material Design to your WordPress website is easy with the free themes covered above. Whether you’re looking to quickly transform your site with a full-fledged theme or want a solid baseline to create your own look, there are plenty of great resources available.

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