10 Best WordPress Themes You Should Be Using in 2022

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Installing a WordPress theme can almost always improve both your website-building workflow and the end result.

But making those two things “better” isn’t always enough. Building a website quicker doesn’t necessarily make its performance any better. Improving its appearance doesn’t necessarily make it irresistible … or even particularly engaging to its visitors.

You really need to invest your time in finding a WordPress theme that will take your design efforts to a new and higher level. There are many great WordPress themes that will do that. But finding them among the thousands upon thousands of popular WordPress themes on the market could prove to be an overwhelming task — and whenever possible, should be best avoided.

Settle on any of these ten top WordPress themes for 2022 and the problem is solved. It may take a little time to find the one that would best suit your purposes, but any one of them will serve you well.

1. BeTheme: the biggest multipurpose WordPress theme with 650+ pre-built websites

Any website created using BeTheme will be super engaging, flawlessly responsive, and SEO friendly. The final product depends somewhat on what the website designer is trying to achieve, but the tools are there.

Be’s 650+ pre-built websites are responsive, customizable, can be configured to address any website type, style, or niche, and will get any website-building project off to a quick start.
40+ core features, including several mentioned below, give Be’s users all-encompassing selections of design aides, elements, and options.
The Live Builder is fast, easy to work with, and has powerful page-building capabilities that include live content editing, autosave, update, and backup options.
The WooCommerce Builder offers a useful array of template-building tools, Single Product layouts and a host of customer-centric functions and elements.
Other tools include a Live Search function and Muffin and Header builders.
BeTheme is also mobile-ready and Elementor-ready.

This premium WordPress theme is always up to date and offers its users free lifetime updates. Click on the banner to find out more about its powerful core features.

2. Total WordPress Theme

Total is a complete WordPress theme that enables you to create stunning, fully responsive WordPress-powered websites with ease, just as more than 48,000 of its users have already done.

The tools those users have to work with include these:

a template library of 90+ quick start section templates and 45 quick import demos
an extended version of the WPBakery page builder together with 100+ elements for creating layouts and Tempatera, a feature that lets you reuse your page layouts and designs
a Font Manager for adding fonts from multiple sources

Total is also responsive, developer friendly, and provides its users with virtually unlimited styling and design options, including animations, custom backgrounds, and more.

Click on the banner to learn more about this popular WordPress theme.

3. WoodMart

WoodMart makes it easy to create some pretty dazzling online shops, and it’s fun to work with as well. A quick look at its landing page might convince you that you’ve accidentally landed on a real live shop, but what you see is something you could easily accomplish yourself.

The WoodMart WooCommerce theme provides its users with an all-in-one eCommerce solution.
Woodmart is fully customizable, it’s optimized for Google Page Speed. It’s also responsive and Retina ready.
WoodMart also makes full use of powerful AJAX techniques to give you and your website users a look at what a leading online ecommerce experience is all about.
There’s a nice supply of demo layouts, supplemented by 370+ pre-made sections to get you started.

Click on the banner to pay WoodMart a visit. There’s much to see.

4. Rey theme for WooCommerce

Rey has mastered the pillars of ecommerce – filtering, search, presentation, and navigation — and it has passed the results on to you. With Rey, you’ll be experiencing design, performance, and innovation in a whole new light with features like these:

Elementor page builder and powerful extensions
SEO-friendly plugins
Google and Adobe fonts integrations

All the above and more comes with this responsive, developer-friendly, and performance-oriented WooCommerce theme.

5. TheGem: creative, multi-purpose and WooCommerce WordPress theme

TheGem has a well-deserved reputation as being the ultimate WordPress toolbox, with cool website-building features such as these:

the selection of more than 400 multi- and single-page, ready-to-use websites
Elementor and WPBakery page builders that can customize everything, including TheGem’s collection of pre-designed page sections
impressive WooCommerce designs and features for creating high-conversion online shops

TheGem is a five-star rated popular theme that has gained the complete trust of its 60,000+ customers.

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