Featured Collection:
Premium PrestaShop 1.5 Templates

by posted in General
Feb 13
2013

More people should create great collections. Seriously! They’re a simple and effective way to market your items, keep track of your favorites, and flexibly group items by theme or function. Last year we shared some hints for making the most of them.

We posted about collections again recently when Carmen did a round up of some Valentines Day collections. Well, you’re not too late. Well, not quite. Check out the post here – today!

Today’s featured collection was put together by Marketplace Growth Officer Josh Sprague. The image above is Alysum, a compact, modern and stylish PrestaShop 1.5 template that is a great solution for small and medium businesses.

PrestaShop is a powerful attractive open source e-commerce platform. It’s well-known for its extremely convenient features, user-friendliness, and built in SEO optimization. With this collection of PrestaShop 1.5 templates from ThemeForest, you will be up and running faster than you can imagine.

All PrestaShop Templates at ThemeForest are simple to apply, configure, and update. Each PrestaShop Template from this collection provides powerful opportunities for unique brand exposure and online shop promotion. Upon installing a PrestaShop Template, you will soon have a high-end web shop that stands out with unique style and endless potential.

Take a look at some of our top selling PrestaShop 1.5 Templates

Ultimate Shop Pro – PrestaShop template

Ultimate Shop Pro - PrestaShop template

Arundo – Premium Prestashop Template

Arundo - Premium Prestashop Theme

Looking for Responsive PrestaShop Templates? We have some very nice options for you to choose from.

Warehouse – Responsive HTML5 Prestashop Template

Warehouse - Responsive HTML5 Prestashop Theme

Shopaholic – Responsive PrestaShop Template

Shopaholic - Responsive PrestaShop Theme

And there are plenty of other templates in the collection. Check them out here. Which was your favorite?

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