Hot Off the Press: New Themes for January 2023

Five beautiful new themes, including our new default theme, Twenty Twenty-Three.

The team is always working on new design ideas to bring your website to life. Below you’ll find the four newest themes that we’ve added to our library, with beautiful options for food-based businesses, podcasts, and bloggers.

To install any of the below themes, click the the name of the theme you like, which brings you right to the installation page. Then simply click the “Activate this design” button. You can also click “Open live demo,” which brings up a clickable, scrollable version of the theme for you to preview.

Premium themes are free to use for any user on a Premium plan or above, or can be purchased individually by those with free sites or Personal plans.

You can explore all of our themes by navigating to the “Themes” page, which is found under “Appearance” in the left-side menu of your dashboard. Or, just click here:

Twenty Twenty-Three

Twenty Twenty-Three is designed to take advantage of the new design tools introduced in WordPress 6.1.

With a clean, blank base as a starting point, this default theme includes ten diverse style variations created by members of the WordPress community.

Whether you want to build a complex or incredibly simple website, you can do it quickly and intuitively through the bundled styles or dive into creation and full customization yourself.

Click here to view a demo of this theme.

Tazza (Premium Theme)

Tazza puts the spotlight on your products and your customers. This theme leverages Woo Commerce to provide you with intuitive product navigation and the patterns you need to master digital merchandising.

Click here to view a demo of this theme.


Calyx is a minimalist theme designed for single-page websites. Featuring a coming-soon pattern on the homepage, Calyx is a perfect choice to spread the word about the upcoming opening of a cafe, restaurant, or bar.

Click here to view a demo of this theme.


Muscat is a simple blogging theme with grid post templates and a centered post layout. Its geometric sans-serif typography contributes to a delightful, comfortable, and modern reading experience.

Click here to view a demo of this theme.


Loudness is a bold opinionated theme created with music education in mind. Use Site Editor tooling and relevant patterns to create a unique experience.

Click here to view a demo of this theme.

Stay tuned for more updates about new themes, patterns, blocks, and other exciting product updates! And be sure to click below to take a look at the entire showcase of themes we offer:

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  1. Yaw Berlin


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  2. Thiago

    I think you missed talking about the “Lettre” theme, which is aimed at newsletters.

    Liked by 10 people

  3. zipdemons

    That’s nice 👍

    Liked by 6 people

  4. Ludwig

    Clicking on the Muscat theme link got me to a blank page. I waited, maybe the loading was slow. Nothing. Then I scrolled down and saw that this was “intentional”. The worst mistake one can make – nothing “above the fold”. The designer would have been kicked out of school half a century ago.

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  5. Barry Smith

    Please attend to this request: I have been trying to cancel my WordPress account for the past year. No one will pay attentionné to This request. Last year I attempted to get a refund of my charges with NO results. I have never build a website for BARRY’S WORLD. Will you please cancel my account and confirm this to me! THANK YOU, Barry N. Smith

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  6. Phil

    Great FSE themes! I’d also love to see more themes with a fixed-sidebar option. 🙂

    Liked by 7 people

  7. DT

    These themes may work for some websites, but for actual down in the dirt blogging where content can be organized in a way that makes sense for a blogger, and for visitors to a blog, we need some themes that actually look like a blog. Left column, right column, without all the big flashy, waste of space, giant letters for titles. Surely somebody can create something like this with Gutenburg. Think Kubrick, Colinear, etc. There is actually a new Kubrick2 theme over at wordpress(.org). Why can’t wordpress(.com) bring that over here? With Gutenburg, I’m sure it’s probably highly customizable, could bring back some nostalgia since it was at one time one of the most popular wordpress themes. Sorry to be negative, but I’m not excited much about all these big flashy themes lately.

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  8. abdulsubhan

    Such a nice and minimalistic themes. Thanks for sharing.

    Liked by 4 people

  9. Harry


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  11. Iqbal

    Thankss, that’s really great improvement!


  12. Muhammad waqas

    Can some one guide me how to use tags on post i did search but i have not yet?


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