It is a known fact that customizing and designing my website has been a habit of mine for a very long time. It’s difficult to find a theme and actually customize it easily to your likings and your personality; I have been there, done that. Though it’s been less than a year since I started blogging, I am quite fluent in using WordPress now. However, it’s always good to have a fresh makeover with a professional brand, and today, I am introducing you to stnsvn.com, a website with beautiful themes handcrafted by their staff.
The style of their themes is “minimalist” and Grace is currently using their Monstera theme.
I have re-designed my blog into a little more minimalistic look with a touch of dark gray. I actually mentioned before that I like all colors yet I always say forest green is my favorite color, but the dark gray added a touch of “elegance” (?) to my blog, which I absolutely love.
The back to the top button on the bottom right corner is actually my favorite part of the footer; you don’t have to install an extra plugin for it which helps a whole bunch when your site’s loading time is very slow.
Station Seven has a collection of beautiful, minimalistic themes that actually match almost any kind of blog. I’ve gone through a bunch of them, and other than the Monstera theme I am currently using, the Industrial and the Matchstick themes were my favorite. These themes are actually just for WordPress.org blogs, but they have recently launched a new kit for Squarespace users.
I’ve never used Squarespace before, but I’ve seen many bloggers who used them. This kit just screams “Sation Seven” with their clean landing page with amazing graphics. If I happen to move to Squarespace later on, I’m definitely coming back for these.
This post is a collaboration with Station Seven, who provided me with the Monstera theme to use for my blog. All links mentioned in this post are not affiliated with stnsvn.com of any sort and like any other collaborated/sponsored post, all opinions are my own. If you have any questions regarding collaborated/sponsored posts or ads on my blog, please visit the legal page.