3 Column Rework of "Almost-Spring" by Becca Wei. With the intention of no vertical scrolling needed on a 1024x768 screen (vertical space has been optimised). Only supports WordPress 2.7.x or higher. See style.css for licensing information.
Blossom is a search engine friendly, three-column theme with rounded corners and a black, white and pink color scheme. You can hide the large picture, configure the tabbed module in the sidebar (please read the attached readme file for specifics), and edit or hide the introductory text on the top right in the Blossom options panel. Blossom has a three-level CSS page list menu powered by jQuery. The beautiful pink daisy used in the large graphic is by Sourcow at Deviant Art.
This theme isn't the most sophisicated. It's actually a hacked up and minimized version of Threat To Creativity. However, it's beautiful in it's own way. This theme is not for serious content bloggers or the most orienting. The home page employs a flash piece courtesy of WP Cumulus....but I've broken it apart a bit. Instead of using WP Cumulus for tags in the sidebar, it feeds out the most recent titles on the home page. Whether you set 1 or 100 posts to be on your home page, all the titles will file into this flash cloud interface. Give this theme a spin!
Baughxie is a glossy theme with a boxy feel and centered navigation. The theme is lightweight in size but still makes a visual impact on your WordPress blog. Clean and simple would be a good description, yet it shows a little flair with glossy highlights. Baughxie is easy to customize with CSS and the Photoshop template is also available on www.switchroyale.com for download.