13 Pinterest WordPress Themes of 2013

WordPress Pinterest ThemesYou can easily build your site with your own Pinterest WordPress theme, providing users with the ease of pining images to your WordPress site.

We covered our favorite WordPress pinterest themes of 2012 last year, here is the updated and fresh bunch of great Pinterest-styled themes for your WordPress site.

TheStyle by Elegant Themes

TheStyle by Elegant Themes

Check out Elegant Themes’ TheStyle theme »

Check out Elegant Themes’ TheStyle theme demo »

Pinboard by Themify

Pinboard by Themify

Check out Themify’s Pinboard theme »

Check out Themify’s Pinboard theme demo »

Supergrid by RichWP

Supergrid by RichWPCheck out the Supergrid theme »

Check out the Supergrid theme demo »

Pinfinity by CSS Igniter

Pinfinity by CSSIgniter

Check out the CSS Igniter Pinfinity theme »

Check out the CSS Igniter Pinfinity theme demo »

Pinboard by Apptha

Pinboard by AppthaMore infoDemo

Pinstrap w/ Bootstrap by Brag Themes

Pinstrap by Brag ThemesCheck out the Brag Themes Pinstrap w/ Bootstrap theme »

Check out the Brag Themes Pinstrap w/ Bootstrap theme demo »

Sampression Lite

Sampression LiteMore infoDemo

Liquid Magazine by WPBakery

Liquid Magazine by WPBakeryCheck out the Liquid Magazine theme »

Check out the Liquid Magazine theme demo »

ecoStrips by iDesignEco

Ecostrips by iDesignEcoMore infoDemo

Pinterest Plus by Brill Themes

Pinterest Plus by Brill ThemesMore infoDemo

Gridnik by Wizylabs

Gridnik by WizylabsCheck out the Gridnik theme »

Check out the Gridnik theme demo »

Hoarder by Themezilla

Hoarder by ThemezillaMore infoDemo

Obscura by Elemis

Obscura by ElemisCheck out the Obscura theme »

Check out the Obscura theme demo »

Comments

  1. By on

    Awesome! I really like this. keep up with the good work. Thanks a lot for sharing.

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    • By Jonathan Dingman on

      Onnay, how is that like a Pinterest theme? It just has a few images that have masonry applied to it…it’s just like any other theme beyond that.

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  2. By on

    I love Pinterest mainly because of its layout and UI presentation. I love its gridlike appearance and the infinite scrolling function. In order to avoid the situation of your visitors chasing the footer however, I prefer to implement a “Load more” button at the end. Also keeping the navigation sticky or visible even when “infinitely scrolling” will help your audience find relevant contents even without the conventional pagination. Personally, I like Pinboard among these themes.

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