Blogging is one of the most popular platforms on the internet that people use to educate, share news, and inform their audience. In recent years blogging has transformed in more ways than one. From short excerpts and microblogging on Twitter to personal blogs and websites. One of the newest blogging platforms is Ghost. Ghost is the free, simple, and open-source blogging platform that has a sole focus on writing. They emphasize the fact that their platform cuts away all the nonsense and helps bloggers more easily share their writing with you.
With their recent popularity, I felt it necessary to feature a collection of some of the best free ghost themes on the web. These are the perfect, high-quality themes to get you started with your Ghost Blog.
Wordsmith is a beautiful free ghost theme with crisp text and varying colors. It is a great creation by Marcos Web Design. Find information for installing the theme just click on the image.
Ghostium is a beautiful free ghost theme made to emulate Medium. Find out how to download and install it on the author’s site.
Tepid is a fantastic free theme with a beautiful header image and text layout.
Gonzague is a beautiful simple little ghost theme to get your blog up and running in no time.
Incorporated is the perfect professional ghost theme for any blogger, writer, or creative can share their thoughts.
Innocent is an absolutely beautiful ghost theme with lovely typography and spacing.
Slimpost is a unique little ghost theme that truly defines minimal. It is perfect for your little social blog.
Vapor is a cool, thin ghost theme that makes blog posts look beautiful. Sort of similar to a minimal tumblr theme, but even better!
Ghostwriter is probably my favorite free ghost theme out there. It has beautiful typography, perfectly matching colors, and a certain style that just fits.
Pebble is an absolutely stunning ghost theme with a focus on images. It has wonderful typography and a clean color palette.
Ghost is the perfect solution for small blogs and writer’s musings, but it may not be a good fit for your site. Looking for something a little more advanced for portfolios, photography blogs, and magazine style websites? Check out Authentic Themes, a collection of WordPress themes we started for small business, creatives, and web folk alike.